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Friday, June 17, 2005

Questions, Bitterness and Exile for Queens Girl in Terror Case - New York Times

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Questions, Bitterness and Exile for Queens Girl in Terror Case - New York Times: Suzanne DeChillo/The New York writes ...

"As she tells it, F.B.I. agents tried to twist mundane details of her life to fit the profile of a terrorist recruit, and when they could not make a case, covered their tracks by getting her out of the country. In fact, the court order of "voluntary departure" that let her leave requires a finding that the person is not deportable for endangering national security."

I don't know what to say. Only thing I can say is that few days ago I wrote a piece against suicide bombings and I was thinking about writing more against beheading and suicide bombings by misled Muslims. However, for that part I have to do some research. And these days it seems like even if you do research with a positive mind you may be doomed because an agent in homeland security would think it otherwise.

I don't want to say that US government is specifically targeting Muslims (the article suggests though) because it is possible that the news media is misleading us or may be like in economics, I can say we have incomplete or asymmetric information. For example, I have been reading news for long time about granting lawful status to illegal immigrants from across the border (Mexico). However, the media or probably the government is not telling us about what they are thinking about illegal immigrants from Korea, China, Middle East, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Eastern Europe, etc who are present here and striving to build the image of this country as an ideal free society; and a better place day by day. A society which every-good-one of us hoped to become part of, when they landed here for the first time.

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