The Corner

Jihad by Marriage

Observing that Faisal Shahzad’s “path to American citizenship” unfolded when he “married an American woman, Huma Mian, in 2008 after spending a decade in the country on foreign-student and employment visas,” Michelle Malkin notes that this ”is a tried-and-true terror formula. Jihadists have been gaming the sham-marriage racket with impunity for years. And immigration benefit fraud has provided invaluable cover and aid for U.S.-based Islamic plotters, including many other operatives planning attacks on New York City.”

Michelle goes on to recount the murderer’s row of jihadists — Sayyid Nosair, Ali Mohamed, Wadih El Hage, et al. — who have married their way to American citizenship, the better to make war on America. Read it all, here.

Unfortunately, San FranciscoOakland, Boston, Washington and other blue cities far removed from life on the border would sooner boycott Arizona than rethink U.S. immigration law.

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