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June 2, 2016 HOW ISLAMIC TERRORISTS INFILTRATE U.S. AIRPORT SECURITY Booted from Canada, Somali 'war criminal' finds new 'rights' in America Yusuf Abdi Ali, a Somali Muslim and suspected war criminal, was deported from Canada and given refuge in the U.S., where he worked as a security guard at one of the nation’s busiest airports Somali 'war criminal' Yusuf Abdi Ali now working security at Dulles International Airport Daily MailJun 1, 2016 - Yusuf Abdi Ali is a security guard at Dulles International Airport in ... carried out war crimes against the Isaaq clan during the Somalian civil war. An accused war criminal now works security at a U.S. airport - CNN.com Jun 2, 2016 - He's accused of war crimes in Somalia. ... He passed a background check to work at Dulles International Airport near Washington, DC. (CNN)An accused war criminal living in the United States is now working as a security guard at Dulles International Airport near Washington, DC. Federal agencies knew airport guard was accused war criminal ... CNN Jun 3, 2016 - As CNN exclusively first reported on Wednesday, Yusuf Abdi Ali, who is ... while he was a military commander during Somalia's brutal civil war, ... Documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request in March reveal 73 people employed by major airlines at 40 airports nationwide were flagged for potential ties to terrorism.
June 2, 2016 HOW ISLAMIC TERRORISTS INFILTRATE U.S. AIRPORT SECURITY Terrorism-linked employees have also been flagged at Boston’s Logan International Airport, Seattle’s Sea Tac Airport, Denver International Airport, Honolulu International Airport, Dallas Love Field, San Francisco International Airport, and Los Angeles International Airport, among others. These employees were not properly vetted because the TSA said it did not have full access to terrorist databases during their hiring, according to an Inspector General’s report.
wnd In 2014, three Somali “refugees” with ties to either ISIS and/or al-Shabab were arrested after it was discovered they had plans to travel overseas and fight with the terrorist organizations. All three had security clearances for jobs at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport that allowed them to go into areas travelers were not allowed, Fox 9 reported. One of the men, Abdisalan Hussein Ali, blew himself up at a military checkpoint in Mogadishu in 2010. Just four years earlier, he was serving coffee at the Caribou Coffee in Concourse G, right across from customs. One of the other two also became a suicide bomber. Shabab Identify American as Bomber in Somalia Attack - The New York Times Oct 30, 2011 - The voice was said to be that of Abdisalan Hussein Ali, 22, who was born in Somalia but spent his formative years in Minneapolis. Abdisalan Hussein Ali — FBI Suicide bomber reportedly from Minneapolis - World news - Africa ... NBCNews Oct 31, 2011 - Abdisalan Hussein Ali, 22, was suspected of being a member of ... Al Shabab: Suicide Bomber in Somalia Was American - ABC News Oct 31, 2011 - Abdisalan Hussein Ali, who was born in Somalia but raised in Minneapolis, disappeared from Minnesota in 2008. After Saturday's attack in ...