DreamActivist.org, Prerna Lal, Mohammad Abdollahi and Alaa Mukahhal ties to anti-American or anti-Israel viewsWednesday, September 18th, 2013
Yeah, walkin’ on the fightin’ side of me.
Runnin’ down the way of life,
Our fightin’ men have fought and died to keep – Merle Haggard
As an American Veteran of our Armed Forces who served honorably, nothing discourages me more than to hear about so-called DREAM Act leaders with extremist and radical views who are trying to hijack legal comprehensive immigration reform. Chicano / Mexican-American patriots like Dr. Hector P. Garcia fought damned hard for American Soldiers and Mexican-American rights, yet, we are now seeing extremist radicals who are taking advantage of Mexican undocumented immigrants. [Over my dead body.]
Indeed we know DreamActivist.org collects donations and monies from the public, but it appears they are not giving any to Mexican immigrant Lizbeth Mateo who stated she does not receive money from them for the work she does despite being encouraged to self deport via the DREAM9 to test laws. Is it the goal of DreamActivist.org to clog our immigration system further while wasting American tax payer dollars? Why would anyone want to encourage incarceration when we already know prisons are profiting from the undocumented being jailed? By and large Americans are tired of our tax dollars going to waste.
What makes Mexicans different than these extreme immigrants who are from Fiji, Iran, Kuwait and so on?
Those of Mexican descent are indigenous — and we have always loved this land because we have ties to it before those on Mayflower set foot on Plymouth rock. We ARE Patriotic and we can prove it when our grandfathers, fathers, uncles were drafted in American wars. They fought like real men and women and did not play the victim card even though they had a right to do so. The freedoms we have now had much to do with the spilled blood of our family members. Thousands of soldiers who were part of minority groups were sent to the front line of dangerous American wars and we will never forget them.
Although I am not an immigrant, I do know and understand my American history. I know why the Guadalupe Treaty was signed and what occurred to my people. That was then and this is now and most Mexican-Americans have the common sense to understand we cannot change the past despite Abraham Lincoln’s efforts.
This is the United States. It is not perfect, but I believe it is the best one in the world.
Yesterday, a right wing news media publishing group via Breitbart highlighted an immigrant from Kuwait. She is an immigrant and is bold to say she said she hated this country when she came here. She also appears anti-Israel and was caught for mocking what occurs in our legislative system or in Congress.
The photo that Dick Durbin held up [with Alaa Mukahhal using American flag behind her] mocked patriotism. It was a completely cynical use of American iconography in order to serve a propoganda agenda. Alaa not only brags about it, she laughs about.
How dare Alaa Mukahhal for wasting tax payer monies, and for wasting Senator Dick Durbin’s (who has a pure heart in helping the real DREAMers who come here to achieve the American Dream) time.
But it appears Alaa Mukahhal has ties to DreamActivist.org (see print screens below):
We are identifying DreamActivist.org as an extremist and radical group who are on the record for wanting to kill Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR) efforts. They identify themselves via facebook as a non-profit organization, however, public records given at the Wyoming Secretary of State indicate DreamActivist.org is an LLC — a for profit organization. In other words, DreamActivist.org will not have a strong incentive to peddle for donations if Comprehensive Immigration Reform passes (which contains DREAM Act language within the bill) .
The print screen below was taken today where DreamActivist.org claims to be non-profit and this may be how they are misleading Americans who really do care about DREAMers who aspire to be American Citizens.
Most of the emails sent by DreamActivist.org ask for donations.
The founders of DreamActivist.org are Mohammad Abdollahi and Prerna Lal — and it appears they are misleading their followers down the wrong extremist path.
Mohammad Abdollahi below refers to our Nation as “Amerikkka” even though it protects him from getting killed in Iran.
But what of Prerna Lal? We have confirmed that donations have been going to both of her home addresses to this day as of September 8, 2013. Indeed, comprehensive immigration reform activist via Gail Mokry Shoultes sent in a donation and it went directly to Prerna Lal (see below):
But what are Prerna Lal’s views on Israel? We have already written about Prerna and Mo here and here but new information continues to reveal itself with regard to some of her Israel views. Where are her change.org petitions of radical Muslims attacking Israel? Does she believe Israel does all of the attacking?
Now before my reader assume Prerna Lal and Mohammad Abdollahi are ‘leftists’ — I can assure you they are not. Both have given props to Mitt Romney (Mr. Self Deportation Law Man) himself. It appears both so-called leaders have anarchist-type of views with their open borders agenda … and certainly Prerna has made a paper available to the public telling of her pipeline dreams to essentially do away with our National security.
Here is an excerpt of Prerna Lal’s paper regarding National Security:
Now make no mistakes, American-born voters of Mexican descent understand that we need to know who is coming in and out of our Country. We know we are living in the post 9-11 era, and we cannot do away with National Security, the Department of Homeland Security and so forth.
But according to SF Weekly, Prerna Lal is eligible for relief.
So why is she not taking advantage of relief? Perhaps her comments below will shed light where she states she wants to challenge the government and our system.
The views held by the Fiji, Iranian and Palestinian extremist and radical immigrants are not the views of the DREAM Act students who have no regrets about living in the United States. Many DREAM Act undocumented immigrants indeed do aspire to be Americans.
Those who are concerned about the “DREAMers who come to our Nation to become Americans — not to destroy it” ought to see who which DREAMers we are fighting for. We fight for those like Joaquin Luna Jr., who feel they have no hope. I urge my readers to support the Gang of Eight bipartisan legal comprehensive immigration reform bill. The system is broken and Congress has a responsibility to fix what is broken under the Supremacy Clause of our Constitution of the United States.