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May 9, 2019

DAILYKENN.com -- The (former) Imam of Portland, Oregon's largest mosque was sent packing back to Somalia. Mohamed Sheikh Abdirahman Kariye's US citizenship was revoked after ties to Osama bin Laden were revealed. 

In reality all Muslims have ties to the ideology of Islam. Obviously. That ideology is divergent to the fundamental principles of Western thought. 

That divergence is expressed in hate group violence. Each month hundreds of people of color are murdered by Islamic hate groups. 

On May 8, for example, 20 people of color were killed in four hate group attacks. Another 19 were killed the previous day (May 7). The day before that (May 6) 35 people of color were killed by Islamic hate groups in another four hate group attacks. That is, 74 innocent people of color were reported killed by Islamic hate groups in 12 attacks in three days. [source

Some argue that the violent streak inherent to Islam only affects a few adherents to "the religion of peace." That observation may be true. However, it is also true that the overwhelming majority of National Socialists (Nazis) were decent home bodies who cared to harm no one. It is also true that the overwhelming majority of Klan members were non-violent. Nonetheless, the same far-left moonbats who welcome Muslims to their inclusive jurisdictions find the inclusion of so-called "far-right" ideologues abhorrent. 

From oregonlive.com ▼

The U.S. government has revoked the U.S. citizenship of the former imam of Portland’s largest mosque after he arrived in Somaliland last week.

Mohamed Sheikh Abdirahman Kariye is on the government’s no-fly list, but the government arranged for him to travel back to his homeland after reaching a settlement with Kariye in January.

Under the deal, Kariye agreed not to challenge an order revoking his citizenship and acknowledged having provided false information to immigration officials in July 1997 when he had applied for U.S. naturalization.



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