Hamas Terrorist Supporter Has Key Job At U.S. Homeland Security
By Bob Unruh - WND News CenterOctober 23, 2023
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A key member of the federal bureaucracy, those government employees who are supposed to fulfill the ideals of the American dream, is a pro-Hamas extremist who bashes Israel and promotes its destruction – to the point of posting online images of terrorists parachuting in – regularly.
It is an investigation by Daily Wire that confirms the U.S. immigration enforcement agency hired Nejwa Ali, a former spokeswoman for the Palestinian Liberation Organization.
And then the Department of Homeland Security gave her the authority to decide who can come into America as an immigrant, or "asylum seeker."
Her position has not discouraged her from "repeatedly posting pictures of Hamas terrorists parachuting in with guns and writing, "f*** Israel and any Jew who supports Israel," the Daily Wire confirmed.
“Palestine will be free one day. F*** APARTHEID Israel and any Israeli that supports that bulls***. F*** you, may Allah forgive you. and spare us the crocodile tears, I sure as hell give zero f***s,” she wrote on Instagram.
She worked in 2016 and 2017 for the Palestinian Delegation to the U.S., which confirms online it was the "PLO Office in D.C."
But she moved into other work when that office "was expelled from the country" by President Trump, the report said.
She secured employment as an "asylum officer" for DHS, applying immigration laws and regulations.
Then in January, the report said, she was made "an Adjudication Officer for the U.S. Customs and Immigration Service (CIS)."
Explained the report, "Though Ali's job at DHS included vetting people to make sure they were not a threat to the country before letting them in, it's not clear that anyone from the agency vetted her. That her primary allegiance was to the Palestinians, not the United States, was evident from her social media profiles, where she posts as 'Falastine Mi Amor.'"
Jews seeking to come to America might have a hard time if Ali were their immigration officer. “Israeli, American privilege is disgusting. When Israelis acknowledge the government and military are solely responsible for the attack. Period,” she wrote. “I hold every Israeli accountable for their governments actions, IF they do not speak against Israel.”
USCIS declined to say why it would hire someone who previously worked for a foreign quasi-government that was expelled from the United States and put them in position to determine who was allowed to come into the country.
On Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, over multiple years, she's posted "extremist rhetoric," culminating in this month's comments to "f*** Israel, the government, and its military. Are you ready for your downfall?" after Hamas attacked Israel, burning civilian families to death and beheading babies.
She has, while glorifying terrorism, demanded, "Respect our existence, or expect resistance. Simple. No Apologies," the report said.
She's unleashed anti-Semitic cartoons online, and once stated, "A nation that has nothing but Allah has everything it will ever need."
She frequently unleashed obscene rants.
While USCIS official Matthew Bourke told The Daily Wire the agency condemns anti-Semitism and the use of violent rhetoric, and violations are "taken seriously," there apparently has been no retribution for Ali.
She told The Daily Wire, about her employment, "That’s none of your f***ing business. Mind your business before I call the police. If I were you I’d respectfully hang up the phone right now."
The report found that the government agency "declined to shed light on the two apparent possibilities: that USCIS either knowingly hired a PLO employee who had demonstrated extremist views, or it was completely in the dark about its own employees’ recent employment and public records.
Ali is from Dearborn, Michigan, a hotbed of unassimilated immigrants where thousands took to the streets in support of the Hamas terrorist attacks on Israel.
The United States is facing pressure from the political Left to welcome Palestinian refugees into the country amid Israel’s war against Hamas in the Gaza Strip. It is officers like Ali who would be tasked with advising the government whether or not it would be safe to grant entry to an applicant.