Iraqi National Accused of Planning Assassination Sought Aslyum Under Biden’s DHS

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    Shihab Ahmed Shihab Shihab, 52 years old citizen of Iraq is being held and accused of aiding and abetting the plot to kill Bush with the assistance of Islamic State (ISIS) operatives, and he was planning to sneak across the border between Mexico and the United States.

    Shihab claimed to have boasted about the smuggling of 2 Hezbollah militants to America for $100,000. He also claimed to have assisted in the murder of American residents in Iraq between 2003 and 2006.

    According to the DOJ prosecutor, Shihab first arrived in the U.S. in September 2020 with a visitor visa B-1/B-2. Then, in March of 2021 Shihab submitted an asylum claim through Biden's DHS in an effort to stay permanently in the U.S. while overstaying his visitor visa that is good for 180 days.

    DOJ prosecutors also claim that Shihab may have violated the conditions of his visa for visitors in obtaining employment in restaurants located in Columbus, Ohio, and Indianapolis, Indiana.

    In America, Shihab is accused of receiving tens of thousands of dollars between November and December 2021 from an individual whom he believed to be an ISIS militant who was seeking to smuggle the money across the border to the south. The operative was an undercover FBI agent.

    Now, there are between five and six million illegal immigrants who were first admitted on visas in the United States but have since been granted visa extensions and have not yet self-deported. As Breitbart News previously stated, 7 of the 19 September 11th hijackers in 2001 were visa-free prior to or during the terrorist attacks.

    The most recent DHS information on visa overstays, which was available from 2019, revealed that in one year, more than 676,000 foreign nationals had their visas extended beyond their expiration dates. The federal government has not yet completed a biometric entry/exit system which will monitor all visa violations and exile individuals out of the U.S. if they have breached the conditions in their passports.

    Since Biden began his presidency in January, 2021, 42 of the illegal immigrants included on the FBI Terrorist Watch List or No-Fly List have been apprehended at the southern border. On April 20, 2021, 2 undocumented foreigners from Yemen were detained at the border. Both were listed on the Terrorism Watch List and the No-Fly List.

    Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, during a Congress hearing in April, was unable to declare definitively that none of the 42 illegal immigrants on the FBI Terrorist Watch List or No-Fly List apprehended at the border had been released to the U.S. interior.

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