Ziyad Yaghi and Mohammed Omar Aly Hassan: What the US Media is Hiding
In continuation, the above trekkers were later rejected from entering Israel. The prosecution’s cacophonous crescendo proscribed with insinuation that Yaghi and Hassan’s denial of entry into Jerusalem, highlighted their insincere motives of an innocuous pious pilgrimage, according to the discreet ‘omnipotence’ of the ‘unprejudiced’ Israeli authorities. This seriously lacks realistic understanding of past and current immigration tutelary at the peccant apartheid border. The Arab-American Institute (AAI) has published a large collection of stories from American citizens who were harassed, detained, or/and deported without cause when trying to enter Israel. It happens regularly. The internecine paranoia between the War OF Terrorism and Israel are succinct, yet they are opaque. According to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, a letter to Israel by 13 US congressmen complained that Israel continually restricts the access of Americans to the holy sites because of unsubstantiated terrorism concerns. The denunciatory letter questions the justification of the inspection of phones and laptops of American citizens. The letter to Israeli authorities also concludes, “we ask that you work with us to ensure that all American citizens are treated equally at Israeli ports of entry.”
Such reports of indiscriminate abuse by Israeli border guards are habitually despotic. One of the popularized accounts is of Nour Joudah, a teacher at a US funded school who has been rejected twice. I also have had three humanitarian colleagues rebuffed at the Israeli border. One from California, who after temporarily departing Israel, could not return to attain her personal possessions that she left behind in Bethlehem. Another was a US citizen from Eugene, Oregon who was detained, stultified, and interrogated for several hours. After tearfully begging for salvation from Israel’s traducement via telephone to the US Embassy and her pastor in the US, she was freed and consequently banned. Finally, another who is an employee of the US Department of Defense was interrogated in hostile fashion, threatened in order to coerce and devolve him to be an informant, and consequently banned from entering Israel (*Affidavit of this person here at this link* https://www.facebook.com/notes/siraj-davis/israeli-border-policies/10152280688595987). https://www.facebook.com/notes/siraj-davis/israeli-border-policies/10152280688595987 This insane and eccentric salmagundi of tales are common amongst travelers to a totalitarian Israel. It doesn’t denote a terrorist plot, just Israeli paranoia, amongst others’. Denial into apartheid Israel to visit the world’s holiest sites is not conspicuous, what ‘is’ suspicious, is if the US government ‘honestly’ suspected that Yaghi, Hassan, and the Boyd’s attempted violent jihad in Israel around 2006, then why were the accused not arrested immediately after their return to America the same year, and only arrested by a vigilant FBI in 2009?