Terrorists Have Already Used Refugee Program to Settle in U.S.

But that doesn’t deter the psychopathic despot in the White House, via: ABC NewsTerrorists Once Used Refugee Program to Settle in US –

Of the 31 states that have declared their opposition to taking in Syrian refugees, one state, Kentucky, has a specific reason to be wary of the background check process: previously two Iraqi refugees who settled in Bowling Green turned out to be al Qaeda-linked terrorists with the blood of American soldiers on their hands, an ABC News investigation found. Both pleaded guilty to terror-connected charges after trying to acquire heavy weapons while in America’s heartland.

The 2013 ABC News investigation also revealed that several dozen other suspected terrorist bombmakers, including some who were believed to have targeted U.S. troops, may have mistakenly been allowed to move to the U.S. as Iraq and Afghanistan War refugees, among the tens of thousands of innocent immigrants.

The Obama administration insists now that Syrian refugees are subjected to intense vetting before they’re allowed to settle in the U.S. and that a vast majority of the millions of refugees the U.S. has resettled since the 1970s are normal, peaceful people, but the program has had serious security problems before. In 2009, a flaw in background screening of Iraqi refugees allowed the two al Qaeda-linked terrorists to settle in Bowling Green and led to a temporary suspension of the refugee program, officials told ABC News in a 2013 investigation.

The two men, Waad Ramadan Alwan and Mohanad Shareef Hammadi, were caught on surveillance video in 2010 in a storage locker in Kentucky handling heavy weapons, including a Russian-made machine gun and a Stinger missile launcher, which the FBI said the men thought would be smuggled to insurgents in Iraq.

An FBI agent assigned to the sting operation that eventually nabbed Alwan and Hammadi told ABC News for its original report that Alwan had bragged to an informant about killing American soldiers in Iraq.

“He said he had them ‘for lunch and dinner,'” FBI Louisville Supervisory Special Agent Tim Beam told ABC News in 2013.

In the wake of the Kentucky case, the U.S. halted the refugee program for Iraqis for six months, a fact the Obama administration did not disclose to Congress at the time, officials told ABC News in the 2013 investigation.

The U.S. takes in as many as 70,000 refugees from around the world every year – a vast majority of whom are never deemed national security threats — and the White House recently announced it plans to increase that to 100,000 per year by 2017.

Tuesday senior Obama administrations official defended the U.S. refugee program, saying those coming into the states are subjected to “the most rigorous screening and security vetting of any category of people entering the United States.”

Tweeting today, President Obama said, “We will provide refuge to at least 10,000 refugees fleeing violence in Syria over the next year after they pass the highest security checks. Here, our focus is giving safe haven to the most vulnerable Syrians – women, children, and survivors of torture. Slamming the door in the face of refugees would betray our deepest values. That’s not who we are. And it’s not what we’re going to do.”

Obama is not who we are. He is not American. He doesn’t hold any American value to be true. He is the greatest threat to American. He is our greatest enemy. But we know that because he warned us:

Readers from back in 2011 may remember:

Kentucky: 2 Muslim “refugees” from Iraq charged with terrorism

Kentucky: US May Have Let ‘Dozens’ of Terrorists Into Country as Refugees

Feds failed to connect dots allowing Iraqi jihadi into U.S.


Kentucky: Six Muslims arrested – used smoke shops as synthetic drug marts

Yes, Louisville is a refugee resettlement site.

Source: Six suspects accused of selling illegal drugs in Louisville smok – WDRB 41 Louisville News

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Six suspects accused of selling illegal drugs inside four Louisville smoke shops appeared before a judge Monday morning for the first time.

WDRB spent six months investigating this story, and at one of the shops in question, we found an illegal drug.

The six men accused of selling and trafficking synthetic drugs are Naser Alfawair, Mohammed Faory, Thamir Faory, Fadi Faouri, Mohammed Kassim, and Shadi Alfaouri.

The men all work, manage or own four shops in Louisville. That includes Shop Today Smoke Shop on Hunsinger Lane, Shop Today Two on South Hurstbourne Lane, Hubbly Bubby on Bardstown Road, and VIP Smoke Shop on South Third Street.

Last month, WDRB brought you our undercover investigation where we bought an illegal liquid spice known as “Bizarro” from the Shop Today Smoke Shop. We had the liquid tested, and it had a chemical inside called AB-Pinica, which is banned by the DEA.

The chemicals are dangerous, and teens ingesting the liquid often end up in the hospital.

LMPD was also investigating, and busted the four shops.

“We recovered some liquid spice,” said LMPD Detective Steve Healey. “We recovered some solid spice, large amounts of cash, and some firearms.”

The six men accused are charged with trafficking in synthetic drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, criminal syndication (engaging in organized crime), criminal simulations, and unlawful use or investment of drug-related income.

They were indicted last week by a Grand Jury.

Several pages of Creeping Sharia posts on Louisville – all kinds of Muslim problems there, including 2 Muslim “refugees” from Iraq charged with terrorism.

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Sen. Rand Paul to investigate Muslim immigration problems, calls for restriction from Muslim nations

A discussion on ending refugee resettlement of Muslims is also in order, as is deporting sharia and jihad espousing Muslims. via Rand Paul: Restrict Immigration from Muslim Nations.

HOUSTON, Texas — Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), a 2016 GOP presidential candidate, told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview here that he wants to restrict immigration from predominantly Muslim countries after the Chattanooga, Tennessee, terrorist attack.

Paul said in an interview backstage at a rally his presidential campaign is holding inside the Hyatt Regency here in downtown Houston:

I’m very concerned about immigration to this country from countries that have hotbeds of jihadism and hotbeds of this Islamism. There was a program in place that Bush had put in place—it stood for entry-exit program from about 25 different countries with a lot of Islamic radicals, frankly. I think there does need to be heightened scrutiny. Nobody has a right to come to America, so this isn’t something that we can say ‘oh their rights are being violated.’ It’s a privilege to come to America and we need to thoroughly screen those who are coming.

The alleged shooter in the Chattanooga incident—which claimed the lives of four U.S. marines, whom he allegedly murdered in the terror attack—was named Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez. The 24-year-old was born in Kuwait and immigrated to the United States before he opened fire in Chattanooga, killing four Marines.

Paul also told Breitbart News about another similar incident regarding foreigners from the Middle East who were placed in Kentucky via immigration programs for refugees—and tried to, before getting caught, buy military grade missiles. Paul said:

In my hometown of Bowling Green, Kentucky, we had two Iraqi refugees who were let into our country who were plotting to buy stinger missiles a few years ago, but they got arrested and put in jail. But I think we’re doing the wrong thing by just having this open door policy to bring in people without significant scrutiny. I’m for increasing scrutiny on people who come on student visas from the 25 countries that have significant jihadism. Also, any kind of permanent visas or green cards, we need to be very careful. I don’t think we’re being careful enough with who we let in.

Paul added that he’s planning to, via his position in the U.S. Senate, investigate Muslim immigration problems. Paul is the chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs subcommittee on Federal Spending Oversight and Emergency Management and is also a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

“I’m going to have our subcommittee and maybe committee in Homeland Security look into whether or not we could reinstitute this NSEERS [National Security Entry Exit Registration System] program—it was entry-exit program that was heightened scrutiny for 25 predominantly Muslim countries that have significant jihadist movements and anti-American sentiment in their country,” Paul said. “We need increased scrutiny on those countries before those people come to our country to visit or permanently. We have to have heightened scrutiny.”

Kentucky: Cops Have to Break Up Fights Between Sunni and Shia Muslims

via Kentucky Cops Now Have to Break Up Fights Between Sunnis and Shiites.

by Daniel Greenfield

A little preview of things to come if the #14Traitors get their way and import 65,000 Syrians. (via Religion of Peace)

 Welcome to Bowling Green, Kentucky, the latest front in the Sunni – Shiite unholy war tearing apart the Middle East.

A Bowling Green man who is a Shia Muslim told the Bowling Green Police Deparmtent that another man, a Sunni, assaulted him during an argument over their respective religious beliefs.

The man who reported the incident did not have visible injuries but told police he was attacked and pushed to the ground.

The alleged assailant, whose name was redacted from police records pending prosecution, made statements to police about “taking care of business like a man” if the victim continued to cause problems for him. He denied that anything physical occurred during the argument.

A witness told police that the two men were arguing over religious beliefs with the assailant criticizing the beliefs of the Shia Muslim man, and the argument progressed to a shoving match.

Now how many Sunnis and Shiites do you need for there to be enough critical mass for these conflicts to turn violent?

Syrian Muslims headed to North Dakota, Nebraska and Kentucky

And Florida and North Carolina and Georgia and… Verbatim from the leading watchdog on issues immigration (legal and illegal) and importation of undesirables, Ann Corcoran’s Refugee Resettlement Watch.

Unless you have been living in a cave over the last few months, you know that the US State Department is bringing about 10,000 Syrian, mostly Muslim, refugees (chosen by the UN) to the US in this fiscal year (2015 started on October 1, 2014).

Here are three news stories sent from several readers about where they will be going.

North Dakota from the Jamestown Sun:

Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota and its community partners, which include schools, medical facilities, law enforcement, county and volunteer agencies and churches, are anticipating a shift in the ongoing resettling of refugees here.  [They are slowing the Bhutanese (Hindu) flow and switching to the Middle Easterners—ed]


The agency has recently resettled a number of people from Afghanistan, and is planning for refugees in the coming months from Syria and Iraq, who are escaping the terrorism threat of ISIS.


Lutheran Social Services (LSS) is projecting to place a total of about 400 refugees in North Dakota in fiscal year 2015, which began in October.

Laetitia Mizero, program director and state refugee coordinator at LSS, said 260 will settle in the Fargo area, about 95 in Grand Forks and 45 in Bismarck.

In fiscal year 2014, LSS placed 500 refugees statewide, a larger number than usual.

This next bit is really informative, and is something every community “welcoming” refugees should be paying attention to.  Once they get a “seed community” started, they (the Lutherans in this case) then are paid to process in the family members.

“Ninety-eight percent of individuals who’ve arrived over the past 12 months are joining family who are already here,” she said.

Nebraska from McCook Gazette:

LINCOLN, Neb. — At least four Nebraska agencies have pledged to help some of the thousands of refugees expected to come to America as a result of persecution and genocide in Syria.


Nebraska agencies pledging to help deal with the refugees include Lutheran Refugee Services of Lincoln, Lutheran Family Services, Catholic Social Services and the Southern Sudan Community Association.

Such refugees are eligible for a full range of public assistance programs swell as refugee assistance programs.

***Here is the contact information for the 4 contractors who will bring Syrians to Nebraska:

CWS (Church World Service)
NE-CWS-01: Lutheran Refugee Services
Address: 2900 O Street, Suite 200
Lincoln, NE 68510
Phone: 402-435-2954

USCCB (US Conference of Catholic Bishops)
NE-USCCB-02: Catholic Social Services
Address: 2241 O Street
Lincoln, NE 68510-1133
Phone: 402-474-1600

CWS (Church World Service)
NE-CWS-02: Lutheran Family Services
Address: 1941 South 42nd Street, Suite 402
Omaha, NE 68105-1401
Phone: 402-346-6100

ECDC (Ethiopian Community Development Council)
NE-ECDC-01: Southern Sudan Community Association
Address: 3610 Dodge Street, Suite 100
Omaha, NE 68131
Phone: 402-554-0759


Kentucky from the Courier Journal (article about a new start-up Arab language newspaper):

Kentucky Refugee Ministries Executive Director John Koehlinger said Botan’s venture comes as Louisville agencies continue to resettle a large number of refugees from Iraq — a trend that started around 2008 — and prepare to aid the first refugees from Syria some time next year.

“Refugees have been coming from Iraq in large numbers for five years,” he said. “I think that the time is right for a newspaper for that community.”

Kentucky Refugee Ministries Executive Director John Koehlinger: Newspaper would “unify” Arab community in KY.

About the photo and Kentucky Refugees Ministries.  In its most recent Form 990 KRM took in $4,703,422 from government contracts as part of a total revenue stream of $5,287,956 which means they are 89% funded by taxpayer dollars in a Wilson Fish state where the resettlement program is run by the federal government’s contractors (with no say by elected representatives of the state government of Kentucky).

When you visit that Form 990 be sure to check out the costs of running this ‘non-profit’ for salaries, office expenses, travel etc.

***Contact information for all of the resettlement contractors in the nation may be found at this handy list.

Bookmark RRW if you want to watch the slow yet deliberate destruction of America through immigration and resettlement.

Kentucky: Muslim-owned cancer clinic pays $3.7M for prolonged chemo racket

via E-town cancer clinic pays $3.7 million for prolonged chemo. h/t Diversity’s Darkside

The owners of an Elizabethtown cancer clinic have paid $3.7 million to settle claims that they extended the period of chemotherapy for their patients to pad their bills to the government.

“To subject cancer patients to unnecessary treatments that are physically draining and emotionally stressful is utterly unconscionable,” said Patrick McFarland, inspector general of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.

U.S. Attorney David Hale announced Tuesday that Elizabethtown Hematology Oncology PLC and its owners agreed to pay $3,739,325 to resolve allegations that they submitted false claims for payment to the Medicare, Medicaid and the military’s medical provider for extending the duration of chemotherapy infusion treatment to patients and inappropriately billing office visits for infusion therapy.

The settlement agreement says that owners Dr. Rafiq Ur Rahman and Dr. Yusuf K. Deshmukh from 2006 to 2013 unnecessarily and improperly extended the duration of chemotherapy infusion treatment times for their patients so they could make more money. It also says they and their clinic falsely billed for office evaluations of patients receiving chemotherapy.

“Manipulating treatment protocols and lengthening infusion times to increase reimbursement reflect an extraordinary lack of regard for patient welfare and the integrity of our health care system,” Hale said in a news release.

Some of the allegations emerged from a whistleblower lawsuit filed in 2011 by Dr. Ijaz Mahmood of Elizabethtown, who alleged the clinic, to inflate billings, developed written protocols that increased chemotherapy infusion times by a factor of three or more beyond what is generally recognized.

He said Deshmukh and Rahman gave patients the appropriate dose of chemotherapy, but diluted it and prolonged treatment for hours so that they could bill more to Medicaid and Medicare, which pay in part based on how long a procedure takes.

The government may still prosecute either defendant and they are subject to federal tax charges.

Is deportation on the table if they weren’t born here?


Kentucky: Muslim “refugee” in Louisville robbed agency that helped him

via Refugee living in Louisville accused of defrauding Kentucky Refu – WDRB 41 Louisville News.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — A refugee living in Louisville is accused of stealing from an organization that was trying to help him.

According to the arrest warrant, Mustafa Abbas Shighain used a bank account number and routing number for Kentucky Refugee Ministries to pay his personal bills without consent. Kentucky Refugee Ministries relocates refugees from other countries into the Louisville area. The refugees are issued a check each month for $300 for living expenses.

Police say Shighain was a refugee when he began using the business routing number and bank account number to pay his own bills, including Time Warner and LG&E. He’s also accused of opening a Pay Pal account using the same routing number and account number, then trying to have money transferred from Kentucky Refugees Ministries’ account into the Pay Pal account, but the transaction was denied.

Police say Shighain also applied for and received a Speedway gas card in his own name using the Kentucky Refugees Ministries’ information.

According to arrest documents, an employee became suspicious of Shighain after the business received a letter from Pay Pal denying the transaction that Shighain had tried to make. An audit was conducted and the unauthorized transfers were uncovered.

Police say Shighain stole a total of $2,200 from the business.

Shighain was arrested on May 29 and charged with theft by deception and unlawful access to a computer.

Refugee Resettlement Watch notes:

From 2009 until 2011 he worked for Human Rights Watch, and says he is now a student for something he calls the FBI INTERNATIONAL POLICE.

…as well as ’places’ he has recently visited:

  • Syria (about 6 months ago)
  • Mecca, Saudi Arabia (about 6 months ago)
  • Istanbul, Turkey (about 6 months ago)

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