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Homeland Insecurity: Al Qaeda ‘Refugees’ on Welfare

By Arnold Ahlert

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Unbelievably, the Obama administration finds itself embroiled in yet another scandal. ABC News is reporting that dozens of alleged Islamic terrorists with bomb-making skills may have been mistakenly allowed to take up residence in the United States, due to a flawed screening system. Hundreds of FBI specialists have been assigned to an around-the-clock investigation of FBI archives that contain 100,000 improvised explosive devices (IEDs) retrieved from Iraq and Afghanistan. The investigation was prompted by the 2009 discovery of a pair of al Qaeda operatives living as war refugees in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The men subsequently admitted in court that they were terrorists who had attacked U.S. troops in Iraq.

A 2010 video shows one of the men, Waad Ramadan Alwan, 32, field stripping what the FBI revealed to be a Russian PKM machine gun. Subsequent surveillance videos show Alwan and accomplice Mohanad Shareef Hammadi, 26, with a Stinger missile launcher and and a rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) launcher (rendered inoperable by the FBI) provided to them during a sting operation. Alwan was also known as a braggart who told an agent involved in the sting that he had killed American soldiers in Iraq. “He said he had them ‘for lunch and dinner,’” FBI Louisville Supervisory Special Agent Tim Beam said, ”meaning that he had killed them.”

The FBI was initially led to Alwan in 2009 by an intelligence tip. His claims of being a refugee facing persecution if he remained in Iraq fell apart when a cordless phone base wired to unexploded bombs, and dug up by U.S. soldiers Bayji, Iraq on Sept. 1, 2005, contained his fingerprints….

…Despite that reality, the Obama administration remains utterly unchastened. The DHS is on the verge of lifting a 1983 restriction barring Libyan nationals from coming to the United States to study or receive training in aircraft maintenance, flight operations or nuclear-related subjects. ”The United States has normalized relations with Libya and is working to establish robust diplomatic, military and economic ties,” the document says. That would be the same Libya perilously close to becoming a failed state, one where militias run amok, oil production has cratered, Prime Minister Ali Zaidan was temporarily kidnapped, and not a single suspect has been brought to justice for Benghazi.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) was incensed. ”It is shocking that the Obama administration is turning a blind eye to real terrorist threats that exist in Libya today,” he said in a written statement. ”We still haven’t gotten to the bottom of the Benghazi terrorist attacks and continue to face additional terrorist threats from Libya, yet the Obama administration is preparing to lift a longstanding ban that protects Americans and our interests.”

Retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Barbero, who headed the military’s Joint IED Defeat Organization until last May, attempts to offer some sobering perspective regarding the Kentucky case. “We need to take this as a case study and draw the right lessons from it, and not just high-five over this,” he said “How did a person who we detained in Iraq–linked to an IED attack, we had his fingerprints in our government system–how did he walk into America in 2009?”

Barbero need look no further than the Obama administration’s infestation with virulent levels of political correctness, incompetence and corruption. Not only is it putting Americans at risk every day, but it constitutes nothing less than a profound betrayal of the American public.

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