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    04/03/2014 12:01:16 AM PDT · by Rummyfan · 34 replies
    Ann Coulter Dot Com ^ | 2 Apr 2014 | Ann Coulter
    Last Sunday, The New York Times published a front-page article about the heartfelt need of California farmers for more illegal aliens. The first tip-off that heinous public policy ideas were coming was that the Times introduced farmer Chuck Herrin, owner of a farm-labor contracting company, as a "lifelong Republican." That's Times-speak for "liberal." Herrin admitted that he employs a lot of illegal aliens and bitterly complained that they lived in fear of "Border Patrol and deportations." (But, apparently, he doesn't live in fear of admitting he's violating our immigration laws.) Sorry that running a country inconveniences you, Chuck. He said...
  • Sessions Report Demolishes Obama 'Deporter In Chief' Myth

    03/26/2014 11:37:09 AM PDT · by SatinDoll · 6 replies
    Breitbart ^ | March 25, 2014 | Matthew Boyle
    Fully 98 percent of individuals deported from the United States in 2013 were either criminals, apprehended while illegally crossing the border, or had been previously deported, according to a new analysis from Senate Budget Committee ranking member Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL). The three-page document, labeled a “Critical Alert” by the senator’s office, found three executive actions by President Barack Obama providing amnesty to groups of illegal aliens meant that virtually no one who did not meet other criteria beyond simply being in the country illegal was deported. “The evidence reveals that the Administration has carried out a dramatic nullification of...
  • Obama blames Congress for deportations

    03/07/2014 9:08:08 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 15 replies
    US President Barack Obama on Thursday said he was powerless to stop mass expulsions of illegal immigrants, which prompted one Latino advocacy group to brand him “deporter in chief.” The president said Congress was requiring him to enforce existing immigration laws while balking at passing a comprehensive bill that would offer illegal immigrants a path to citizenship. “I am constrained in terms of what I am able to do,” Obama said. …
  • LA mayor in Mexico: Obama should cut deportations

    03/05/2014 5:50:11 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 3 replies
    Associated Press ^ | Mar 5, 2014 8:29 PM EST
    U.S. President Barack Obama should cut deportations of migrants and focus resources on the 2 million people in the U.S. who are eligible to become citizens, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Wednesday during a visit to Mexico’s capital. Garcetti, on his first foreign trip since taking office in July, said he supports Obama on immigration reform but said families and communities have been divided by the president’s policy of deportations, which have totaled nearly 2 million since Obama took office. …
  • 20 convicted undocumented immigrants arrested after operation in Madison

    02/04/2014 12:45:42 PM PST · by moonshinner_09 · 13 replies
    /badgerherald ^ | Feb 4, 2014 | Kaity Moquet
    A large group of undocumented immigrants convicted of criminal charges were arrested in Madison after a two-day targeted operation by a Milwaukee branch of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which ended Saturday. The Enforcement and Removal Operations-Milwaukee Fugitive Operations Team arrested 20 people on an array of charges following the investigation, according to a statement released Monday. “The 20 arrested criminal aliens have convictions on the following charges: armed robbery, felon possessing a firearm, drug possession, battery, domestic abuse, using a dangerous weapon, theft, manufacturing/delivering cocaine and multiple violations for driving under the influence,” a release from the U.S....
  • Pelosi calls for Obama to halt deportations

    12/16/2013 9:33:15 AM PST · by jazusamo · 46 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | December 16, 2013 | Stephen Dinan
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi privately has urged the Obama administration to halt deportations for some illegal immigrants, saying that President Obama needs to use more “discretion” to reduce the number of people he’s kicking out of the country. In an interview with Telemundo over the weekend, Mrs. Pelosi said that just being in the country illegally is not enough of a reason to be deported, and she said illegal immigrants must have something more serious on their records. “Our view of the law is that it — if somebody is here without sufficient documentation, that is not reason for...
  • Dem: Obama should consider stopping all deportations of illegal immigrants

    10/26/2013 3:31:03 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 11 replies
    The Hill ^ | October 25, 2013 | Justin Sink
    (VIDEO-AT-LINK)President Obama "has the responsibility" to stop deportations of illegal immigrants if Congress proves unable to pass a comprehensive immigration bill, Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) argued in an interview published Friday. "There are devastating effects if the Congress of the United States cannot enact comprehensive immigration reform – then the president of the United States has the responsibility to act to defend those immigrants which he says he wants to provide safety and justice for," Gutierrez told Salon. In 2012, the Obama administration announced it would stop deporting some illegal immigrants who entered the United States as children under certain...
  • Activists Block Bus In Protest Near San Francisco Immigration Office

    10/18/2013 4:00:06 PM PDT · by mandaladon · 15 replies
    CBS San Francisco ^ | 18 Oct 2013
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Dozens of protesters surrounded a bus believed to be filled with immigrants slated for deportation at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office in San Francisco, a protest organizer said Thursday. The protesters included dozens of undocumented immigrants and immigrants’ rights advocates who rallied for the expansion of a national movement to pressure President Barack Obama to halt immigrant deportations, according to Jon Rodney, a spokesman for the California Immigrant Policy Center. “We are not going to wait for Congress anymore. We are not going to wait for Obama. This is a humanitarian crisis, two...
  • Report: Government vastly overstating immigration enforcement [Shocking -- NOT!]

    01/04/2012 11:56:31 AM PST · by Fractal Trader · 11 replies
    National Review Online ^ | 4 January 2011 | Andrew C. McCarthy
    This is remarkable. A just released Syracuse university study indicates that the government is overstating its enforcement of the immigration laws by a staggering amount. According to TRAC, Syracuse’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) has overstated the number of immigration law violators apprehended by a 5:1 ratio. And that’s the good news. Deportations were overstated by 24:1 and detentions by 34:1. TRAC says that ICE has represented, not only in press releases but in congressional testimony, that in 2005 it apprehended 102,034. The records it produced, however, show only 21,339. It further claimed 166,075...
  • Gutierrez: 'I Want to Thank' Obama for Bypassing Congress to Cancel Deportation of Illegals

    09/15/2011 8:08:44 AM PDT · by Justaham · 29 replies ^ | 9-15-11
    Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) thanked President Obama for circumventing the Legislative branch when it comes to immigration law. Title 8 Section 1325 of the U.S. Code makes it a federal crime to be in the United States illegally. Nevertheless, the Obama administration in August directed federal immigration officials to use "prosecutorial discretion" in deciding which illegal aliens to detain and deport. “We had a president of the United States that recently was speaking at National Council of La Raza who said during his speech, ‘There are those who simply wish me to bypass Congress when it comes to immigration,’ and...
  • All In The President's Illegal Family

    08/31/2011 5:29:24 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 10 replies
    IBD Editorials ^ | August 31, 2011 | Staff
    Leadership: With two relatives having successfully defied deportation orders, President Obama needs to explain once again his relaxation and disregard of the immigration laws he swore to uphold and enforce. We are great believers in individual responsibility, and certainly other presidents have had relatives with less-than-stellar reputations. Jimmy Carter had his brother Billy, and Bill Clinton had his brother Roger. They were responsible for their own actions and idiosyncrasies. But presidents are responsible for upholding the nation's laws, even if they are violated by presidential relatives. On Aug. 24, President Obama's uncle Omar Onyango was arrested by Framingham, Mass., police...
  • New DHS rules cancel deportations

    08/18/2011 1:39:50 PM PDT · by Red Badger · 25 replies
    WaPo ^ | 08-18-2011 | By Stephen Dinan
    The Homeland Security Department said Thursday it will halt deportation proceedings on a case-by-case basis against illegal immigrants who meet certain criteria such as attending school, having family in the military or are primarily responsible for other family members’ care. The move, announced in letters to Congress, comes after Hispanic activists and Democrats had urged President Obama to exempt broad swaths of illegal immigrants from deportation while Congress wrestles with the issue. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said her department and the Justice Department will review all ongoing cases and see who meets the new criteria on a case-by-case basis....
  • Drunken driving, traffic crime deportations way up

    07/22/2011 11:41:37 AM PDT · by worst-case scenario · 12 replies
    Miami Herald ^ | July 22 2011 | Suzanne Gamboa, AP
    WASHINGTON -- Huge increases in deportations of people after they were arrested for breaking traffic or immigration laws or driving drunk helped the Obama administration set a record last year for the number of criminal immigrants forced to leave the country, documents show. The U.S. deported nearly 393,000 people in the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30, half of whom were considered criminals. Of those, 27,635 had been arrested for drunken driving, more than double the 10,851 deported after drunken driving arrests in 2008, the last full year of the Bush administration, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement data provided...
  • Allied diplomats pressed Pope Pius to be silent on Nazi deportations

    05/20/2011 9:49:27 PM PDT · by bronxville · 40 replies
    CNS ^ | May 20th, 2011 | Staff
    MANCHESTER, England (CNS) -- U.S. and British diplomats discussed exerting pressure on Pope Pius XII to be silent about the Nazi deportations of Hungarian Jews, according to newly discovered documentation. The British feared that the wartime pope might make a "radio appeal on behalf of the Jews in Hungary" and that in the course of his broadcast would "also criticize what the Russians are doing in occupied territory." Sir Francis D'Arcy Osborne, the British ambassador to the Vatican, told an American diplomat that "something should be done to prevail upon the pope not to do this as it will have...
  • States Rebel Over Deportations

    05/13/2011 8:11:34 PM PDT · by Palter · 17 replies
    WSJ ^ | 14 May 2011 | MIRIAM JORDAN
    Lawmakers and law-enforcement officials in several states are turning against a mandatory federal program that is a cornerstone of the Obama administration's immigration policy. The Secure Communities initiative is designed to spot and deport illegal immigrants who have been convicted of crimes. Under the program, fingerprints of people booked into a jail are transmitted to a database reviewed by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE. If found to be in the U.S. illegally, they can face deportation. Recently, such states as Massachusetts, New York, Illinois and California have raised objections to the program's real-world effects: Although designed to remove criminals...
  • Facebook faces accusation of facilitating Israel invasion

    04/01/2011 6:52:25 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 7 replies
    WorldNetDaily ^ | April 1, 2011 | Bob Unruh
    Larry Klayman, founder of Freedom Watch, has announced that he has launched a lawsuit against Facebook and its founder, Mark Zuckerberg, for allegedly facilitating jihad against Israel. It seeks damages of up to $1 billion. WND reported earlier this week on strategies that were being developed on Facebook pages for thousands of people worldwide to "return" to the original homes of their families in "Palestine" on May 15. It was explained in an in-depth report by L. Barkan, a research fellow at the Middle East Media Research Institute, which monitors and analyzes media reports throughout the Middle East. He reported...
  • Obama rules out back-door legalization of immigrants (the rookie Hussein on Univision)

    03/28/2011 11:48:34 PM PDT · by Libloather · 13 replies
    Washington Times ^ | 3/28/11 | Stephen Dinan
    Obama rules out back-door legalization of immigrantsBy Stephen Dinan The Washington Times 5:38 p.m., Monday, March 28, 2011 President Obama said Monday that he does not have the power to suspend deportations, putting the nail in a plan some administration officials had explored that could have granted de-facto legal status to hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants. **SNIP** The answer came in response to a videotaped question from a girl who held up a deportation order document and asked why students were still receiving those, even though many lawmakers and Mr. Obama himself believe they should be granted legal status....
  • US announces record deportations

    01/31/2011 7:57:18 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 36 replies
    Yahoo ^ | 1/31/11 | AFP
    EL PASO, Texas (AFP) – The United States deported more illegal immigrants than ever before during the first two years of President Barack Obama's administration, his government said Monday. "In both fiscal years 2009 and 2010, Immigration and Customs Enforcement removed more illegal immigrants from our country than ever before, with more than 779,000 removals nationwide in the last two years," Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said. The Obama administration must prove it is tough on illegal immigrants and can secure the country's porous borders if it is to stand a chance of passing a comprehensive overhaul of America's tattered...
  • Obama quietly filling major U.S. cities with amnestied illegal aliens

    11/22/2010 10:24:42 AM PST · by La Lydia · 21 replies · 1+ views
    Examiner ^ | November 22, 2010 | Dave Gibson
    On Tuesday, the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse at Syracuse University released a report which examined the number of case dismissals in immigration courts across the nation. The report found the following results: Houston dismissals grew from 10 percent in FY 2009 to 20 percent in FY 2010; In 2010 Los Angeles dismissals were up 11 percent from 2009, with 27 percent of illegal alien defendants going free; Both Miami and New York saw increases in case dismissals from 2009 to 24 percent and 11 percent, respectively. As has been rumored for some time, the Obama administration has started a ‘backdoor...
  • Immigration Agency Ends Some Deportations

    08/26/2010 7:31:57 PM PDT · by Nachum · 10 replies
    NYT ^ | 8/26/10 | Julia Preston
    Immigration enforcement officials have started to cancel the deportations of thousands of immigrants they have detained, a policy they said would pare huge case backlogs in the immigration courts. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials said the new approach was part of a broad shift in priorities at the agency, to focus its efforts on catching and deporting immigrants who have been convicted of crimes or pose a national security threat. The policy — announced in an Aug. 20 memorandum from John Morton, the head of the agency — drew praise from immigrant advocates, who called it a common-sense strategy, and...
  • Phoenix customs office led nation in deportations in '09

    04/04/2010 4:22:46 PM PDT · by SandRat · 16 replies · 644+ views
    Arizona Daily Star ^ | Lauren Adams
    For most of the last decade, the Phoenix office of U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement has led the country in deportations. In 2009, the office removed more than 81,000 illegal immigrants from the state of Arizona alone. In second place was the San Antonio office, which removed nearly 58,000 illegal immigrants. The Phoenix office, part of ICE's Office of Detention and Removal Operations, has sub-offices in Tucson and Yuma, and detention centers in Eloy and Florence. "We get a lot of people who get moved to Arizona from California," said Vincent Picard, the ICE spokesman in Phoenix. The cost of...
  • Immigrant groups say deportations up under Obama

    03/08/2010 1:29:31 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 19 replies · 219+ views
    AFP on Yahoo ^ | 3/8/10 | AFP
    WASHINGTON (AFP) – Immigration rights activists said Monday that deportations have jumped nearly 50 percent under President Barack Obama despite a pledge by the president for a more compassionate immigration policy. A total of 387,790 people were deported from the United States in 2009, up from 264,503 under the administration of President George W. Bush, according to government figures cited by the Fair Immigration Reform Movement, a coalition of several organizations. "We are asking President Obama for an immediate halt to deportations and to show leadership to advance immigration reform," said Angelica Salas, executive director of the Coalition for Humane...
  • The French Rooster Fights Back, Recovers His Balls

    10/28/2009 9:40:07 AM PDT · by .454Puma · 7 replies · 1,003+ views
    Transsylvania Phoenix ^ | 10/28/09 | Transsylvania Phoenix
    France deports Muslims, launches national pride campaign in battle against Islamic fundamentalism
  • 1,300 immigrants deported by feds

    10/04/2007 4:14:36 AM PDT · by Man50D · 19 replies · 559+ views
    Daily Newss ^ | October 3, 2007 | Rachel Uranga
    In what federal authorities are calling the largest sweep of criminal and fugitive immigrants, federal agents over the past two weeks have arrested more than 1,300 Southland immigrants in their homes, in jails and at work, officials announced Wednesday. As part of a stepped-up national crackdown on illegal immigrants, five teams of Immigration and Custom Enforcement agents raided homes in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties from Sept. 19 through Tuesday. Some arrests were easy, while others involved agents peering into clothes dryers or squeezing deep into crawl spaces to find hidden suspects. Most of those arrested...
  • Callers support Irving's deportation policy

    10/01/2007 12:57:55 PM PDT · by Man50D · 12 replies · 159+ views
    DallasNews ^ | September 28, 2007 | Brandon Formby
    The phone calls started pouring in at Irving City Hall on Thursday morning. They were prompted by activists who implored a crowd of more than 1,000 people at a rally Wednesday night to call for an end to a program that turns over arrested illegal immigrants to Immigration and Customs Enforcement. But most callers weren't asking for an end to the program – they were voicing their support. "It was ringing over and over, and by far, the biggest percent was in favor," City Secretary Janice Carroll said Thursday afternoon. Irving police last year began using what's called the 24/7...
  • Raids target immigrants ordered to leave U.S.

    07/03/2007 12:52:34 AM PDT · by SoldierMedic · 23 replies · 668+ views
    Seattle's fugitive-operations team, launched in April 2004, is one of 61 across the country. One was started in Portland last fall, and one will be in place in Yakima by September. Their list includes some 9,000 fugitives scattered across Washington, Oregon and Alaska. Some of these immigrants come to the attention of authorities when their illegal immigration status is discovered, either in a workplace raid or some other encounter. Others break the law. They become fugitives after failing to show up at an immigration hearing, or going on the lam after a judge orders them removed. In a weeklong operation...
  • Taking a stand against anti-immigration folly (Re: The Sanctuary Movement..Barf Alert!!)

    06/22/2007 2:35:26 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 30 replies · 661+ views
    The New York Daily News ^ | June 21, 2007 | Albor Ruiz
    Fear, persecution, prejudice, families divided. This is the reality of thousands of immigrants - legal or not - who left behind country, culture and friends to search for the American Dream. But more and more Americans are repelled by the harsh tactics being used against them - and are raising their voices. "A lot of children have been brutally separated from their families," said the Rev. Dr. Donna Schaper, the senior minister of Judson Memorial Church in Greenwich Village. "This is un-American; family values don't stop at the Rio Grande." She is one of the founders of the New Sanctuary...
  • Deportations Rising

    02/14/2007 11:29:41 PM PST · by MinorityRepublican · 8 replies · 572+ views
    Immigration and Customs Enforcement. ^ | Thursday, February 15, 2007
    Deportations by Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and predecessor agencies: Fiscal Year Deportations2002 116,154 2003 145,935 2004 162,014 2005 131,579 2006 186,000 Daily average number of individuals in detention by Immigration and Customs Enforcement: Fiscal Year In Detention2002 20,282 2003 21,133 2004 22,812 2005 19,718 Notes: The fiscal year ends Sept. 30. Full figures for 2006 were not available, but in September 2006, the daily average in detention was 27,521. SOURCE: Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
  • Collateral Damage In The Immigration War

    01/19/2007 2:31:09 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 56 replies · 1,294+ views
    GOPUSA ^ | January 19, 2007 | Linda Chavez
    Imagine you've just given a year and a half of your life to serving your country in Iraq and come home to find that your pregnant wife and your toddler daughter have been forced to leave the United States and now the government won't let them back in. You sit at home waiting, but no one can give you answers when or if they will be allowed to return. You wait five months, long enough for your new baby to be born in a foreign country. But still, no one can give you answers. That is what Aaron Thorsted of...
  • What Do We Do With Millions of Illegal Aliens ?

    09/01/2006 6:01:08 PM PDT · by genefromjersey · 12 replies · 261+ views
    The Inside Straight ^ | 09/01/06 | vanity
    With several million illegals in the country,we need to take action - but carefully ! Some ideas have surfaced.
  • Latvia: Still Haunted By Soviet Past

    08/17/2006 10:32:02 AM PDT · by sergey1973 · 15 replies · 607+ views
    RFERL ^ | August 16, 2006 | Claire Bigg
    RIGA, August 16, 2006 (RFE/RL) -- August 21 marks the 15th anniversary of Latvia declaring full independence from the Soviet Union, after the failed coup attempt in Moscow a few days earlier. Since then Latvia has gone from strength to strength, joining the European Union and NATO in 2004. "June 17, 1940, the Soviets came in, and in 1941, the Germans came in and pushed back the Soviets," says Oskars Gruzins, a young guide at the Museum of Occupation in the heart of old Riga, as he shows tourists a large map of Latvia. "After the Germans were defeated, the...
  • Neighbors panicky in aftermath of ICE sweeps (San Diego)

    06/10/2006 8:29:20 AM PDT · by Rick Deckard · 72 replies · 1,863+ views
    San Diego Union-Tribune ^ | 6-10-09 | Leslie Berestein
    An eerie quiet has descended over the past week on Fulton Street, a stretch of weather-beaten apartment buildings in eastern Linda Vista that is home to a large number of recent immigrants, some of them legal residents, others not. Some people have skipped work. Others have skipped doctor appointments. Children are walking to school more frequently by themselves, neighbors say, because their parents are afraid to accompany them outside. “Today the migra was here,” explained Jose Cardenas, 30, one of those here legally, on a gray afternoon this week when the sidewalks were empty and the street deserted save for...
  • Immigration Reform Will Fail Without Deportation

    05/08/2006 7:05:35 AM PDT · by ZGuy · 38 replies · 1,175+ views
    Human Events ^ | 5/8/6 | Mac Johnson
    The current media consensus on immigration reform is that we probably have to build a wall along our southern border to stop the flood of illegal aliens pouring into our country, but we cannot deport any significant portion of the 11 million illegal aliens who have already forced themselves onto our population. This, of course, is a huge victory for those that have fought for years to stop the unregulated flow of immigration criminals into America. The previous media consensus was that the whole world should be able to cross our borders at will and that we should give them...
  • Ministers Look At Fast-Track Deportations (UK)

    04/27/2006 11:45:03 PM PDT · by CAWats · 7 replies · 305+ views
    The Guardian ^ | April 28, 2006 | Alan Travis and Patrick Wintour
    The government is looking at ways to fast-track criminals out of the country as part of a series of measures to gain control of the crisis engulfing the Home Office. As police continued their attempts to trace hundreds of foreign criminals who were released without being considered for deportation, ministers were yesterday considering ways of improving removal procedures between the UK and other countries, particularly Jamaica and Nigeria, whose nationals make up a significant proportion of the foreign prison population - more than 130 of the prisoners freed recently came from there. However, there is concern that any initiative might...

    11/09/2005 5:30:27 PM PST · by familyop · 62 replies · 1,765+ views
    AKI - ADNKronosInternational (Italy) ^ | 9NOV05 | Slb/Aki (Italy)
    Paris, 9 Nov. (AKI) - The French interior minister has ordered the deportation of all foreigners arrested for taking part in the riots that have wracked the country over the last two weeks. Almost a thousand people have been arrested in the last three nights alone in violence which has mostly broken out in deprived areas with large African and Arab immigrant communities. Nicolas Sarkozy's controversial decision follows the granting of emergency powers to the police and local authorities to impose night-time curfews in an effort to tackle the unrest. Since the government decree on the curfews came into force...
  • CA: A look at the governor's action on key bills Friday

    10/08/2005 12:11:49 PM PDT · by calcowgirl · 10 replies · 479+ views
    AP - Dateline Alabama ^ | October 8, 2005 | Associated Press
    Some of the bills signed Friday by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger: STUDENT ATHLETES - Bars students participating in high school sports from using certain dietary supplements. VIOLENT VIDEOS - Prohibits the sale or rental of extremely violent video games to minors. CIGARETTES - Bans the sale of cigarettes that do not meet fire-safety standards designed to extinguish them when they're not being puffed. HUNTING - Prohibits use of Internet sites designed to allow people to shoot at animals by clicking a button on a computer mouse. VIOLENT DOGS - Allows cities and counties to require spaying or neutering of certain breeds...
  • Clarke to defy UN and press on with cleric deportations

    08/25/2005 6:27:28 AM PDT · by BayouCoyote · 21 replies · 730+ views
    TIMESONLINE.COM ^ | 25AUG05 | Daniel McGrory and Richard Ford
    Minister's new list of 'unacceptable behaviour' is now in force and he is ready to arrest preachers of hate who defy it
  • HR Organizations Warn EU Countries Against Deportations

    08/10/2005 7:52:16 AM PDT · by BayouCoyote · 1 replies · 343+ views
    Zaman daily newspaper ^ | 10AUG05 | Emre Demir
    Deporting foreign national Muslims who pose a “terror threat” is becoming a wide spread policy among European governments in the wake of the London attacks.
  • ‘UK’s decision to deport 500 Muslims unjust’

    08/09/2005 6:47:00 AM PDT · by BayouCoyote · 59 replies · 2,730+ views
    Daily Times ^ | 09AUG05
    LAHORE: The UK’s decision to deport 500 Muslim leaders, teachers and owners of Islamic bookshops is hasty, undemocratic and unjust
  • 'The holocaust no one talks about'

    02/28/2005 12:08:23 PM PST · by lizol · 48 replies · 1,704+ views
    The Edmonton Journal ^ | February 28, 2005 | Nick Lees
    'The holocaust no one talks about' Poles mark 65th anniversary of mass Second World War deportations Nick Lees The Edmonton Journal February 28, 2005 EDMONTON -- An armed Soviet guard tore the tiny, dead infant from his mother's hands and hurled the body into the snow. Its mother's scream was cut off by the cattle-car door slamming closed, a bolt was pushed into place and the train lurched on, carrying her away. "The mother lost her mind and ended up in an asylum, but she wasn't the only woman who went mad," says Janina Chodkiewicz-Muszynska of Edmonton, who travelled with...
  • Remembering Stalin's deportations

    02/22/2004 6:40:14 AM PST · by knighthawk · 5 replies · 164+ views
    BBC News Online ^ | Februari 22 2004
    On 23 February 1944 the Soviet leader, Josef Stalin, deported the entire Chechen people, and their Ingush neighbours, from the Caucasus to Central Asia. Chechen BBC journalist Sapiet Dakhshukaeva talks to some who survived. Zulpa, one of my relatives, was deported with her family from a village in the mountain district of Shatoy. She was only 10 years old, but she remembers that day 60 years ago as if it were yesterday. "All of us were herded into the nearby collective farm, and we spent the night there. They wouldn't let us spend our last night at home. And our...
  • EU Plans Charter Flights To Speed Up Deportations

    01/23/2004 3:52:27 PM PST · by blam · 3 replies · 187+ views
    Independent (UK) ^ | 1-24-2004 | Stephen Castle
    EU plans charter flights to speed up deportations By Stephen Castle in Brussels 24 January 2004 Charter flights are to be used to repatriate failed asylum-seekers and other illegal immigrants under a new €30m (Ł20m) initiative announced by EU ministers. A new European agency for border control will co-ordinate returns by EU member states in an effort to help stem the rising numbers of economic migrants crossing borders. While control of the repatriation policy will remain with national governments, the agency will arrange charter flights if groups of countries have sufficient numbers of people to return to make economic sense....
  • New program will hinder visa misuse

    12/10/2003 5:18:18 PM PST · by FITZ · 12 replies · 155+ views
    El Paso Times ^ | December 10, 2003 | Louie Gilot
    Mauricio Pineda used the wrong word. When he handed his six-month tourist visa to the inspector at the Paso del Norte Bridge, he said he "lived" in El Paso. He should have said he "stayed" in El Paso. One wrong word is all it took to confiscate his visa and ban him from setting foot in the United States for five years, making him one of a growing number of people having temporary visas seized at El Paso crossings. Pineda, a Honduran national and a marketing director in the Mexican state of Queretaro, moved to East El Paso with his...
  • Hispanics sue over forced deportations

    07/29/2003 10:44:25 PM PDT · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 12 replies · 311+ views
    WND ^ | 7/30/03 | Jon Dougherty
    400,000 of Mexican descent allegedly ousted during Great Depression A lawsuit has been filed against the City of Los Angeles on behalf of hundreds of thousands of people of Mexican descent who allegedly were forced to leave the United States during the Great Depression of the 1930s. The suit claims some 400,000 people suffered "irreparable loss" because they were allegedly forced to uproot to save "white" jobs, the Los Angeles Times reported. Migrant worker along a California road, circa 1935. The Great Depression, the largest and most devastating in U.S. history, was brought about in large part due to the...
  • CA: Deportations are halted for 3 Bay Area men

    01/25/2003 9:06:16 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 3 replies · 188+ views
    SJ Mercury News ^ | 1/25/03 | Jessie Mangaliman
    <p>Immigration officials will stop trying to deport three Bay Area high-tech workers who were arrested and jailed in December after they showed up three days late to register under a new anti-terrorism program for foreign visitors.</p> <p>The three men, who had valid visas, were arrested at the San Jose INS office in December and shipped out on a 30-hour, six-stop flight before authorities finally found a place to imprison them in San Diego. After six days in custody, the men were released in San Jose on Christmas Eve.</p>
  • INS arrests, deportations can continue

    01/10/2003 7:38:44 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 3 replies · 202+ views
    Sac Bee ^ | 1/10/03 | Emily Bazar
    <p>A judge refuses to hinder a program that registers Muslim and Middle Eastern men.</p> <p>A federal judge in Orange County refused Thursday to block additional arrests and deportations of Middle Eastern and Muslim men who show up to be fingerprinted, photographed and questioned by immigration officials.</p>
  • Look what the Irish Are doing

    07/23/2002 2:11:39 PM PDT · by Murtyo · 3 replies · 207+ views
    RTE News ^ | 7/23/2002 | RTE Staff
    101 held in operation against ilegal immigrants July 23, 2002 (20:16) Gardaí say 101 people have been detained under Operation Hyphen, which has been targeting illegal immigrants. The operation has also targeted undocumented asylum seekers and those evading deportation orders. Gardaí say nine of those being held under the Aliens Act will be subject to deportation orders. All counties except Dublin were involved in today's operation.
  • Israeli deportation plan dropped

    07/21/2002 4:44:10 PM PDT · by knighthawk · 8 replies · 136+ views
    The Australian ^ | July 22 2002 | Nicole Winfield
    ISRAELI officials have acknowledged they can not legally deport relatives of suicide bombers unless they are directly linked to attacks. The admission follows an international outcry over the plan and a definitive ruling by the attorney-general. The Foreign Ministry said deportation was only legal for "individual family members who were involved or active, in one manner or another, in the commission of the suicide terrorism, including aiding and abetting the attack". And Ranaan Gissin, a spokesman for Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, said there was no legal possibility for deportation if there was no proof of clear involvement in a...