28 January 2011

Controversial Muslim cleric who called for murder of cartoonist caught being smuggled into U.S. over Mexico border

Via Facebook Friend Richard Murray

"His case drew support from the Muslim community as well as Amnesty International after he claimed he would be tortured if sent back to Tunisia."
*WHOOSH!*
Read on. He calls homosexuality a disease, called for the death of someone who drew a picture, but he thinks they might treat him bad if he goes back home? He was in Canada illegally, which is pretty hard to do, when he got all the wanted publicity and got sent back to Tunisia because he lied on his immigration application.
Said Jaziri 
Controversial Muslim cleric caught being smuggled into U.S. over Mexico border | Mail Online:
Kurt Westergaard cartoon of Mohammed
"He branded homosexuality a disease and led protests over cartoonist Kurt Westergaard's illustrations poked fun at Islam and were published in a Danish newspaper in 2006."



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"Jaziri had allegedly paid a Tijuana-based smuggling cartel $5,000 to take him across the border near Tecate, saying he wanted to be taken to a 'safe place anywhere in the U.S.'
According to the court documents, a Mexican guide led Jaziri and a Mexican immigrant over the border fence near Tecate.
Supporters of the Religion of Peace
They then trekked across the rugged terrain under cover of darkness to a spot popular for drivers who pick up immigrants for smuggling runs into San Diego.
He allegedly told officials he had flown from Africa to Europe, then to Central America and Chetumal, Mexico, on the Mexico-Belize border, where he took a bus to Tijuana."
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