Homeland Security chief Alejandro Mayorkas created a Muslim community outreach position after meeting with an Arab-American activist who has cheered violence against Israel and praised the terrorist groups Hezbollah and Hamas.
Mayorkas met on March 18 with Arab American News publisher Osama Siblani, who has called Hamas and Hezbollah “freedom fighters,” and other activists in Dearborn, Mich., over their concerns with racial profiling by the Department of Homeland Security. Siblani, who urged Arabs last month to fight Israel with “stones” and “guns,” has lobbied DHS for years to appoint a liaison between the agency and Michigan’s robust Arab community. He praised Mayorkas after he announced the position on March 30.
” … And I will curse him who curses you …” Genesis 12:3
We were told to keep complaining,” Siblani told his newspaper. “Mayorkas told us this time ‘we will do something about it’ and he did.”
The meeting emerges as Mayorkas faces scrutiny for a series of policy blunders. Republicans have called for Mayorkas’s impeachment over his handling of a historic surge of illegal immigrants at the southern border. Republicans have also blasted him for forming a Disinformation Governance Board led by a Democratic activist who pushed disinformation about Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop.
The Department of Homeland Security did not respond to requests for comment about Mayokas’s meeting with Siblani and the other Arab-American leaders. Siblani’s inflammatory remarks were well documented before his sessions with Mayorkas.
“ You will know them by their fruits.” Matthew 7:16
The Anti-Defamation League has noted Siblani’s praise for Hamas and Hezbollah as “freedom fighters.” He cheered when the the Iran-backed Hezbollah “delivered on its threat” to bomb Israel in September 2019. He reportedly praised Hezbollah’s leader, Hassan Nasrallah, as the most “honorable man in the world.”
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