Al-Qaeda Agent has revoked the U.S. citizenship


A self-confessed al-Qaeda Agent who says he was personally Loading congratulated by Usama bin Laden and a communication hub of the terror group from his California home had his U.S. citizenship revoked by a Federal judge on Thursday, according to the Department of Justice.

The born Egyptian, is a naturalized U.S. citizen and former Silicon Valley car salesman, Khaled Abu al-Dahab, was immediately ordered to return his certificate of naturalization, Federal authorities, Stripping him of his citizenship, and was “restrained” by the statement, rights, privileges, or benefits of U.S. citizenship.

“The Ministry of justice is committed to the protection of our nation’s national security and will aggressively pursue the denatura metallization of known or suspected terrorists,” Attorney General Jeff Sessions said. “This case shows that the Department enforce the commitment with all the tools available, both criminally and civilly, strategically, our nation’s immigration laws and to disrupt international terrorism.”

Chief judge Beryl A. Howell of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in the order listed to revoke al-Dahab citizenship. The move followed a 2015 civil lawsuit filed by the United States, the withdrawal addiction, with the justification that he “illegally procured his citizenship” on the basis of false testimony during his naturalization proceedings.

To lose under the Immigration and Nationality Act, a naturalized U.S. person, his or her citizenship if the naturalization was procured “illegally or procured by concealment of a material fact or by willful deception.”

Al-Dahab was an American naturalized citizens in February 1997 but left the country in the following year, and was arrested by the Egyptian authorities. He is currently serving a 15-year prison sentence in Egypt on terrorism-related offences.

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NYPD spokesman Paul Browne said the image appeared in the “artwork and design” section of a murky side to speak serves as a forum for terror.

Al-Dahab admitted to recruiting Islamic Americans into al-Qaeda during his 12-year stay in California, and told investigators that Osama bin Laden was eager to recruit American citizens of Middle Eastern descent, because their US passports are used to international travel by al-Qaeda terrorists. Al-Dahab told investigators that the 9/11 congratulated mastermind “personally to him for his work.”

In addition to his work for al-Qaeda, al-Dahab told the FBI, he ran a communications hub for the terrorist organization Egyptian Islamic Jihad (EIJ) from its Santa Clara, Calif., Apartment, where he assisted materially, of terrorist attacks in Egypt and Pakistan, by facilitating the transfer of fraudulent passports, documents, money and other items among the EIJ members.

According to the DOJ, al-Dahab, told officials that he attended a training camp near Jalalabad, Afghanistan where he received military-style training and taught foreign fighters, the preparation for terrorist attacks.

“We will protect our national security and our borders,” sessions said. “And if we bound the identification of persons, foreign terrorist organizations, obtained US citizenship by fraud, we derive procedures denatura metallization— whether you live here or abroad — and to ensure that they are denied entry into the United States.”

Brooke Singman is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

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