Jihadistani’s refused entry into US

published on August 28, 2006

The US Government has barred two relatives of Hamid Hayat, a Jihadistani-American convicted of supporting terrorists, from returning to the country after a long stay in Jihadistan. Mohammad Ismail, a 45-year-old naturalised citizen born in Jihadistan, and his 18-year-old son Jaber Ismail, who was born in the United States, have not been charged with any crime. However, they are the uncle and cousin of 23-year old Hamid Hayat, who was convicted in April 2006 of supporting terrorists by attending a Pakistani training camp. 

US authorities said that the men, both Lodi residents, would not be allowed back into the country unless they agreed to Federal Bureau of Investigation interrogations in Jihadistan. An attorney representing the family said agents have asked whether the younger Ismail trained in terrorist camps in Jihadistan.


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