Mexican American Voter to Fijian and Iranian Immigrant-led Pseudo Activists: Drop Your Ties To Groups Who Support Hamasby Dee Dee Garcia Blase on Oct. 03, 2013, under Legal Immigration Reform
More than ever we need Republican House Representatives to support legal immigration reform from a clearly broken system. The immigration issue is a federal responsibility and it is the responsibility of Congress to fix the broken system while enhancing National Security. The Mexican American community has witnessed notario fraud and immigrant scams that continue to spread.
Mexican American registered voters are pushing back against pseudo activists Mohammad Abdollahi (Iranian immigrant) and Prerna Lal (Fijian immigrant) who co-founded DreamActivist[.]org and now The National Immigration Youth Alliance (NIYA).
DreamActivist has been soliciting for more funds via email to support NIYA asylum moves while exploiting a 13 year old girl. Mohammad Abdollahi and lawyer David Bennion are encouraging the 13 year old girl from leaving her loving parents when they know genuine immigration activists have been fighting to keep families together when they are forced apart by law enforcement officials, detained and deported.
Mohammad Abdollahi and Prerna Lal do not support the legal immigration reform bill recently passed by a Democratic-led Senate and they are chasing pipeline dreams to eliminate the wall entirely. They are also encouraging the wasting of tax payer money with the bogging down of asylum court case hearings and detention of immigrants who will never be granted asylum anyway. They have extreme, anarchist and unreasonable views that the majority of Americans cannot endorse. The American people have made it clear they want a humane immigration reform policy tied into National Security — and I stand by the majority of the people to this regard.
National Mexican American-led pro-immigration group via Somos Independents have demanded DA and NIYA repudiate anti-semitism and anti-Israel views and their funding or fiscally sponsored projects from groups who support Hamas. We believe Israel is an ally of the United States. Arizona Latinos have had to debunk the myths Tea Party Republicans have used against us when they equate terrorism to the Mexican border … as such we are rejecting the Iranian and Fijian immigrant-led group who has no stake on the border issue to begin with. Prerna Lal is currently living in Washington DC while Mohammad Abdollahi lives in Michigan, and we reject their anarchist and extremism views against the President, and the Democrats who are trying to push for legal immigration reform.
Both Prerna and Mohammad have no agency or authority to speak on behalf of what Mexican American voters and immigration activists who have been fighting for the past 12 years with regard to the DREAM Act and immigration reform. Indeed Dream Activist and NIYA anarchist and radical extremist beliefs harm the Mexican community. (R-AZ) Rep. Matt Salmon wants more border restrictions in light of DreamActivist and NIYA’s political stunts.
NIYA’s Dream30 action (promoted by DreamActivist) is receiving funding from Alliance for Global Justice (AGJ), and we have asked Mohammad Abdollahi to cut their ties with AGJ. AGJ’s web site says the group sponsors operations in the Gaza Strip, with Hamas, and boasts of an alliance with Anarchists Against the Wall, which contests Israel’s security barrier in the West Bank.
If Mohammad Abdollahi does not cut his ties with AGJ we ask that he speak on behalf of Iranian immigrants only and we ask that he quit exploiting and taking advantage of the immigrant minors who are not fully educated with regard to the collateral damage DA and NIYA can bring. As a Mexican American Veteran, I repudiate their anti-American behavior, and since Mohammad really views the United States as “Amerikkka” we ask that he deport himself to Canada or Cuba.
According to the NY POST:
The cash marks an embarrassment for a movement supposedly railing against capitalism and wealth, especially now that a radical group called the Alliance for Global Justice is legally sponsoring the protest. By lending its tax-exempt status — for a 7 percent cut! — the global-justice group allows donors to deduct their contributions from federal taxes and gives its own board control over the money. … Its Web site says the group sponsors operations in the Gaza Strip, with Hamas, and boasts of an alliance with Anarchists Against the Wall, which contests Israel’s security barrier in the West Bank.