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CreepingSharia.Com Upset that Muslim Man Was Naturalized by Judge James Cacheris

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CreepingSharia.Com Upset that Muslim Man Was Naturalized by Judge James Cacheris

In a blow to the efforts of Islamophobes to paint all Muslims as linked to “terrorism,” Judge James Cacheris granted Jamal Abusamhadaneh citizenship. Ending a five year ordeal of vilification and hate.

Creeping Sharia’ titles their blog post with the loaded headline, “Virginia: Judge overrules USCIS, orders Muslim who worked for convicted terror financier be naturalized,” adding a comment about the “incredible and invisible Muslim Brotherhood,”

The incredible and invisible Muslim Brotherhood. No one in the Obama administration can see them or any links to them. Or the danger.

Judge overrules immigration authorities, orders Va. Muslim be naturalized

(Washington Post)

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A nearly five-year legal saga will conclude Thursday for Falls Church resident Jamal Abusamhadaneh when he takes the oath of citizenship at a federal courthouse, after a federal judge ruled that immigration authorities wrongly drew sinister conclusions about aspects of his Muslim faith.

Abusamhadaneh’s naturalization follows last month’s unusual ruling that overturned the denial of his application by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

USCIS had denied the application and expressed concerns about Abusamhadaneh’s association with a prominent Virginia mosque and a purported link to the Muslim Brotherhood.

U.S. District Judge James Cacheris, who heard three days of evidence at trial earlier this year and issued an unusually detailed 90-page ruling, will personally administer the oath Thursday. He said USCIS’ concerns on all counts were either unfounded or overblown.

“Mr. Abusamhadaneh is a person of good moral character and meets the requirement for naturalization,” Cacheris wrote.

an email seeking an interview. Through his lawyers, he provided a statement: “I am thankful that Judge Cacheris vindicated me in this long and heart-wrenching process. For me citizenship is not just a process but a concept of justice, freedom and happiness.”

“He’s happy that the judge ruled in his favor,” said one of his attorneys, Denyse Sabagh. “He’s happy that, as a matter of law, a judge determined he’s a person of good moral character.”

A finding of good moral character is a requirement for citizenship, and that’s where USCIS contended the former IT worker with the Fairfax County Police Department fell short. Immigration officers contended that Abusamhadaneh lied by denying to interviewers his associations with the Dar al-Hijrah mosque in northern Virginia and the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamist group that is banned in some countries.

The mosque that’s among the largest and most prominent in the region has been a subject of controversy for more than a decade, primarily because a former imam there, Anwar al-Awlaki, later left the country for Yemen and became a high-profile al-Qaida leader before he was killed in a drone strike.

A judge, though, found that Abusamhadaneh was truthful about his associations. In his initial interview, Abusamhadaneh followed advice from his first attorney, Ashraf Nubani, that he shouldn’t discuss his religious affiliations. When it became clear, though, that his interviewers had questions about his religious affiliations, Abusamhadaneh told USCIS that he is not an official member of Dar al-Hijrah but worships there regularly because he lives nearby.

The supposed links to the Muslim Brotherhood were even more tenuous. Abusamhadaneh said he has never been a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.

USCIS, meanwhile, had an FBI report that linked Abusamhadaneh to the Brotherhood. At trial, it was revealed that the source of the FBI report was Abdurahman Alamoudi, who was Abusamhadaneh’s boss for several years at the American Muslim Council. Alamoudi, a prominent U.S. Muslim activist, is currently serving a prison sentence for participating in a Libyan plot to assassinate Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah.

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  1. Well, I am glad this man was helped by this judge. However, I can see why creeping Sharia exists. Look at this link.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/31/world/africa/couple-stoned-to-death-by-islamists-in-mali.html?_r=1

    Mike is always talking about stoning and other acts under Sharia. Here is a group of Muslims that help validate the fears and worries of non-islamic peoples all over the world.

  2. ““All they said was, it was the law of Shariah that prescribed it, that God willed it,” the official recalled. He said the execution had lasted about 15 minutes, but the woman died quickly, after crying out.

    In silence, more than 300 people from the town watched. “The people protested, that no law could possibly prescribe such a thing,” the official said. “On the slightest pretext, they execute people.””

    “no law could possibly prescribe such a thing” these african islamophobes. racist. how dare they question god’s last prophet. not only does god’s law in the torah prescribe such a thing (rajm) but the hadiths confirm it. these hate filled african’s, questioning allah’s divine writ. they need to be more open minded.

  3. Ever watch the movie Caligula? They had a scene where they buried people to their necks. The crowd then threw objects at them until a large bladed mower came along and cut their heads off. When I first saw that scene in a movie I was horrified that anyone would even think of something like that. However, given this story the giant Mower would have been kinder. It is sad how life, at times, overreaches imagined Horror. And to think these acts were committed by Godly men practicing the religion of peace and tolerance in furtherance of God’s will.

  4. Criley,
    Democracy tortures people in Guantanamo and blows up millions in Japan. And thats modern? How can you codemn Sharia? Besides Sharia does not stone fornicators. The people in the article above did not fulfill the requirements of witnesses. No one saw the act, shouldn’t have been stoned. Stoning is for adulterers not fornicators. Guess your arrogance didn’t let you pick up a Quran and read. No democracy is not better than Sharia law its worse, you murder and torture people without witnesses. And those Islamists are linked to Al-Qaeda.

    Mike,
    As ignorant as always. Can’t understand the difference between fornicating and adultery.
    Deaf, dumb, and blind they will never return. Quran (2:18)

  5. “Can’t understand the difference between fornicating and adultery.”

    It seems the islamic malian murderers made that mistake. The koran must be a very poorly written book

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