One common characteristic of illegal immigrants is that they prefer to blend into the woodwork, remaining as unnoticeable and invisible to immigration authorities as possible. The last thing they need is to attract attention.
Most illegals fear being deported and will go to great lengths to stay in this country, but some are willing to risk the embarrassment of deportation if their cause is for the greater glory of Allah.
The imam of a mosque in New Haven, Connecticut is being deported for filing fraudulent applications for religious work visas for foreign nationals. Imam Hafiz Abdul Hannan, an illegal immigrant from Pakistan, was arrested by ICE agents enforcing a 2016 deportation order.
An Imam in New Haven, Connecticut, is facing deportation after being ordered for removal out of the U.S. for allegedly defrauding a foreign national visa program.
Masjid Al-Islam mosque Imam Hafiz Abdul Hannan, an illegal immigrant from Pakistan, was detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents where they say they are enforcing a 2016 deportation order, according to the Associated Press.
In 2006, Hannan was arrested by authorities for his involvement in filling out fraudulent applications in order to receive religious worker visas for foreign nationals. The investigation was a nationwide sting at the time.
Now, Hannan who has been at the helm of the Connecticut mosque since 2013, is likely to be deported back to Pakistan, with mosque officials demanding attendees not to speak to the media about the case.
“Community members should not contact media or give any statement regarding the current situation of Imam Hannan being detained by ICE,” the note from mosque officials states. “The majlis will make a statement if deemed necessary with more insight into the situation.”
Knowing that most Muslim mosques are being used by Islamic jihadists as storage facilities for their weapons caches, this imam isn’t going to let a little thing like deportation worry him.
He’s a soldier for Allah and a criminal by our laws!
He’ll go back to Pakistan, change his identity, and refile for an entry visa back into the US so he can start up again from where he left off.
When he comes back he may be in another city or another state but he isn’t finished yet, by any means!
And, it would be foolish of us to believe anything else.