U.S. Man who ran Silicon Valley hub for Al Qaeda terror operatives has U.S. citizenship revoked


A Silicon Valley man who ran an Al Qaeda communications hub from his Santa Clara apartment has had his U.S. citizenship revoked by a federal judge.


Khaled Abu Dahab, 57, an Egyptian-born naturalized U.S. citizen and former Silicon Valley car salesman, was arrested in 1998 on terrorism charges in Cairo and confessed to being a member of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad, an Al Qaeda affiliate, with ties to Osama bin Laden.


Dahab admitted to U.S. investigators he recruited Americans into the Al Qaeda terrorist organization during his 12 years in California. Dahab, who is serving 15 years in an Egyptian prison, according to authorities, was once congratulated by Bin Laden for his work recruiting in the U.S. (LA Times)


In the shocking news today that surprised ex-president Obama who when informed of the existence of Al Qaeda in the US,  lapsed into a coma and was taken to the infirmary on the yacht.  (not really)


Yes Barry, radical Islamic terrorism does exist and you invited it into the country with open arms.  





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Comments (2)

  1. stevehayes13

    Did he have dual citizenship?

    April 24, 2017
    1. GovMisdirection

      People who have held dual citizenship since birth or childhood — or who became citizens of another country after becoming a US citizen and were not asked to renounce their previous citizenship — can remain dual citizens in the United States.
      Can’t find if he was asked to renounced his any citizenship.
      He was tried, convicted and sentenced in Egypt for terrorism-related offenses and now already serving 15 years in an Egyptian prison. I wonder if the US, if not a Muslim country in 15-years will go after him for punishment.

      April 24, 2017