In 2004, U.S. immigration authorities temporarily blocked Ramadan’s visa after the University of Notre Dame offered him a tenured teaching position.
He was denied again in 2006 when he applied for another visa application after U.S. officials said he donated $1,300 to the Swiss-based Association de Secours Palestinien, a group that claims to be a charity but allegedly works to support the Iran-connected terrorist group Hamas.
Ramadan was represented by the left-wing American Civil Liberties Union shortly thereafter in their lawsuit against the State Department and Department of Homeland Security.
The Way I See It.........rather than fight it out, Clinton caved and agreed to reverse the travel ban on Ramadan.
Clinton used her power to allow this radical jihadist to enter the U.S., who is well-connected to terrorists and has been accused of sexually assaulting numerous women.
I live up to my name and speak frankly and for the silent majority so as to counter-balance the leftist, political correctness that pervades my country. I do not hold any legitimate racist feeling against anyone but I will always try to put crossed-referenced information on current events in a proper perspective that will allow for better understanding and discussions among people. My use of colourful language only adds to getting my point across. It's still a free country as far as I can see.
To put more it directly:
Freedom of speech is the paramount freedom. Without it, we struggle to exercise our other freedoms. With it, we can fight for those freedoms. It may be offensive, insulting and make some governments uncomfortable, but if this is the price to be paid for living in a society where all claims are open to question, then it is a price worth paying.
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