We Have the Names of those Egyptian “Students” but No Photos

Here’s the latest intelligence (using the term loosely) on those missing boys from Egypt:

An FBI advisory says there are, at present, no known connections to any terrorist group but that the students are to be “approached with caution” and taken into custody. They “are here illegally and wanted for questioning,” the advisory says.

The advisory comes just over a month before the five-year anniversary of the September 11 terror attacks on the United States.

“This is of very serious concern and is being closely tracked,” said Rep. Peter King (R-NY), Chairman of the Keystone Kops House Homeland Security Committee.

The FBI says the Egyptians arrived at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York on July 29 and disappeared. The advisory says the alert is nationwide but that there is specific concern the Egyptians may be on the Eastern Seaboard.

According to the advisory the 11 missing Egyptians are:

1.   Ibrahim, El Sayed Ahmed Elsayed   DOB OF 4/29/1986.
2.   El Dessouki, Eslam Ibrahim Mohamed   DOB OF 02/21/1985.
3.   El Bahnasawi, Alaa Abd El Fattah Ali   DOB OF 04/02/1986.
4.   Abd Alla, Mohamed Ragab Mohamed   DOB OF 02/15/1984.
5.   El Laket, Ahmed Refaat Saad El Moghazi   DOB OF 09/01/1986.
6.   El Ela, Ahmed Mohamed Mohamed Abou   DOB OF 02/02/1985.
7.   El Moghazy, Mohamed Ibrahim Elsayed   DOB OF 08/08/1986.
8.   Abdou, Ebrahim Mabrouk Moustafa   DOB OF 02/25/1984.
9.   El Gafary, Moustafa Wagdy Moustafa   DOB OF 07/01/1988.
10.   Maray, Mohamed Saleh Ahmed   DOB OF 09/12/1985.
11.   El Shenawy, Mohamed Ibrahim Fouaad   DOB OF 08/12/1988.

FBI advisory

So. If you see eleven suspicious looking Egyptians, by all means take them into custody, because you can be sure that the Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee is “tracking this closely.” Using a bloodhound, no doubt.

Now, don’t you feel better already?

Personally, I want the shills — the guys who showed up and stayed around — grilled thoroughly, remanded into custody until their plane taxis up to their own personal paddy wagon, and then have them put aboard and sent back home. Pronto.

Proof of guilt or innocence is irrelevant at this point. Security trumps alien “rights.” They can get their rights and liberties at home. Which is where they belong.

This is farce with a deadly edge.

6 thoughts on “We Have the Names of those Egyptian “Students” but No Photos

  1. there must be photos if they passed u.s. immigration. every time i’ve entered the states – from east or west – since 9/11 i’ve been photographed at the immigration desk

  2. Off topic perhaps – new here.

    Mass immigration, on the scale we are witnessing world-wide today, is unique in the history of mankind.

    This massive programme has been conceived, planned and implemented by a handful of elites.

    Up until quite recently, (due to the contraints of political correctness,) discussion has been and still (Internet excepted)
    remains, largely a discussion between interlectuals only.

    It is interesting, that in Britain, the Home Secretary, John Reid has suddenly come out and declared immigration should be openly debated and to get rid of the silly idea, that to even discuss it would be judged as racist.

    The hypocracy of this statement beggers belief, suffice to say I will not persue it further here.

    The reason Reid has called for this debate, is because the dreadful effects that unlimited immigration brings to a democratic nation state, can no longer be disguised or hidden or sustained.

    Does the call for open debate extend to the population at large, or will it remain only in the domain of the elite and chattering class?

    It is beyond my comprehension as to how mass immigration has taken such a hold, without as much as a ‘bye your leave’ to the mass of the people.

    The only conclusion that I can guess at is, the dissconnection from the decision process caused by the stealth of government (decision making) by the EU has left people ‘headless’ the body (people) has been disconnected from the head (national govt)

    The illusion of choice in the nations of Europe is gradually (oh so gradually) being seen for what it is, no choice at all.

    You will enjoy multicultralism, even if it kills you.

    People all over, are now waking up to what the future holds for them, are governments to tighten the screws futher against the host nations people, are the people going to accept it? these are questions which will be answered soon I think.

    We live in interesting times. As I have said, this situation is unique, do the architects of this programme know how it is to play out?

    What puzzles me most is, when we all about are loosing our heads, why do they think they will keep theirs?

  3. hello pb. What a lovely town it was. before a.i.(anno immigratio)
    The words of Saint Enoch are ringing in my ears.
    Babylon is burning.
    Blood sweat and tears, spilt for nowt.
    The memories of the greatful dead concreted over to house the millions of ungrateful bastads that know only how to take and take some more.
    And then spit in your face.
    Still at least we won the cricket.
    LOng live our noble Queen.
    For when she has gone all we have left is Charles the soft jellyhead.
    My only saving hope is that the fools that have allowed this mess to happen, will soon enouygh choke on the smoking ruins of our civilisation as it goes down in flames.
    Does any one really think that the sleezyjet rancidair come as you please excuse for Democracy will last that much longer.
    Gerd up thy loins.
    Sound the alarums.
    Light the beacons.

  4. Arrived at JFK and disappeared? There’s a large Egyptian community on Steinway Street in Astoria not far from JFK. I assume we have agents undercover in this community and the so-called Egyptians have been found and are being watched. Now, how do I convince myself of that …

  5. Surely, they can survive indefinately on that extra suitcase full of cash each brought with them.

    How silly of me to think they would use a Visa Card from the Bank of the Islamic Brotherhood.

    No doubt they couldn’t resist the chance to turn left and head for Disneyworld and girls on beaches like they’ve never seen before.

    Just look for a rented Chrysler Van flying the Islamic Brotherhood flag on Daytona Beach.

    No Doubt with a some rest and R&R at a Summer Camp for Islamic Boys in Virginia,
    Jamaat ul-Fuqra

  6. One of them was just arrested in Minneapolis. In a residence. he didn’t just “stop to tour the sights”, and I say that as a resident of the Twin Cities.


    An Egyptian exchange student, among the 11 who entered the United States but failed to report for their college program, was arrested today in Minneapolis, the FBI said.
    Eslam Ibrahim Mohamed El-Dessouki, 21, was arrested “without incident” by FBI and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, FBI Special Agent Richard Kolko said.

    El-Dessouki is being held on an administrative immigration violation because he did not turn up for his monthlong exchange program at Montana State University in Bozeman, Mont., Kolko said.

    The other 10 students remain at large. They arrived in New York on July 29 as part of a group of 17 students. Six students reported to Bozeman on time.

    The missing students pose no terrorism threat, Kolko said

    I’m so glad that the FBI was busy arresting them but they pose no threat. uh huh.

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