Feds Missed Obvious Red Flags Vetting Iraqi Refugees Who Became Islamic Radicals

Two men, Aws Mohammed Younis Al-Jayab and Omar Faraj Saeed Al Hardan, both from Iraq, were able to subvert the U.S. refugee vetting system and conduct terrorist activities while living inside the United States.

According to Fox News, Al-Jayab, who came to America as a refugee in 2012, made multiple trips out of the country to “fight for Al Nusra” in the Middle East after having moved to the United States. He was caught on a wiretap making radical statements “while he moved from Arizona to Wisconsin, and then California,” and now faces charges of “attempting to support a terrorist group.”

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