In the wake of the latest terrorist attacks, al-Quaida
is plotting to send operatives to the US mainland to
plan new attacks, as the following article from Newsmax describes (http://www.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2003/5/18/131303.shtml). The article
states that "reconnaissance scouts sent by al-Qaida to
the U.S. mainland have been intercepted and detained,
according to the Associated Press." These successful
interdiction of suspect terrorists don't make the
daily news because they go on behind the scene, thus
showing the effectiveness of our war against terrorism
on the homefront. However, it's scary that al-Quaida
and other terrorist organizations are still doing
whatever they can, including slipping people through
our ports, to kill more of us. That's why more and
more Americans welcome special registration or other
BCIS effort to especially scrutinize Islamic male
visitors. It's simply common sense. It's not racist
to single out this specific group of people, contrary
to the glib-ACLU-civil-liberties argument thrown out
on ILW.COM by various writers.
By the way, to some naysayers on ILW.COM who complain that
WorldNetDaily and Newsmax are "right-wing" sites,
these sites simply report what intelligence experts
and officials are saying, including on mainstream
respectable shows such as "Face the Nation", or
reported by the AP.
Also, as columnist Michelle Malkin reported, the
National Security Entry-Exit Registration System has
"has stopped 330 known foreign criminals and nearly a
dozen known terrorists from entering the country."
Wow. Good job. I would never have known this if I
didn't have another immigration news outlet besides
ILW.COM. Looks like special registration was and is
working beautifully. On ILW.COM, though, it seems as if
the sky is falling and in the near future we'll all be
living in concentration camps overseen by Camp-meister
Liem Doan, Esq.
Editor's Note: Immigration Daily has carried links to various WorldNet Daily items from time to time.
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