St. Louis: Three Muslims indicted in food stamp fraud

via Three St. Louis-area men accused of food stamp fraud : News.

A federal grand jury here has indicted three convenience store workers for allegedly defrauding the food stamp program.

Charged with food stamp fraud are Alaa K. Jaber, 27, of Hazelwood, Rami M. Abou Amra, 35 of Troy, Ill., and Albraa K. Sabrah, 25, of Bridgeton.

Each was indicted by the jury on charges that they stole Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, referred to as food stamp benefits, while working at convenience stores in East St. Louis. The indictments allege that between 2010 and 2012 the men paid customers cash in exchange for food stamp benefits.

Jaber was charged with five counts; Amra and Sabrah were each charged in three counts. Each count carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison, a $10,000 fine, and up to 3 years of supervised release.

More at Refugee Resettlement Watch.

As Muslim immigration and food stamp usage (More People on Food Stamps Than Are Working Full Time) has increased in the U.S., Muslim food stamp fraud has also exploded (no pun intended).

7 thoughts on “St. Louis: Three Muslims indicted in food stamp fraud

  1. I wonder what the ratio is of Christians who commit food stamp fraud to Muslims who commit food stamp fraud.

    I wonder why it’s even relevant the religious persuasions of said criminals.

    I also wonder why an argument full of fallacious logic was posted.

    I wonder if this site bothers to maintain credibility and journalistic integrity.

  2. I thought Dhimmitude prevented Muslims from dabbling in such nefarious financial crimes as food stamp fraud and the like. Or does Dhimmitude play a role only when it prevents them from paying for something like Obamacare, which then must be awarded to them for free because of Dhimmitude.

If sharia law continues spreading, you'll have less and less freedom of speech - so speak while you can!

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