Last week I wrote about Emtiaz Zourob, a woman from Gaza who received asylum in the US based on some apparent threats to her life from armed groups in Gaza, and who was trying to get her family to join her.
Zourob had written a book with biographies of female Palestinian suicide bombers and other terrorists, clearly praising them.
It turns out that US law has grounds to remove her from the country and she should not have received a visa to begin with.
You will lose your permanent resident status if an immigration judge issues a final removal order against you.
INA sections 212 and 237 describe the grounds on which you may be ordered removed from the United States.
INA: ACT 212 – GENERAL CLASSES OF ALIENS INELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE VISAS AND INELIGIBLE FOR ADMISSION; WAIVERS OF INADMISSIBILLITY
(VII) endorses or espouses terrorist activity or persuades others to endorse
or espouse terrorist activity or support a terrorist organization;
Saying that ” She walked proudly and with confident steps as if she were walking toward the gates of Heavens, and within minutes she blew herself up near the Bit Sira military checkpoint, killing scores of Israelis and injuring others” is espousing terrorist activity.
Zourob should not have received asylum, and should be deported, under US law.
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