moriarty libyan passports
A fake Libyan passport provided to al-Qaeda-linked terrorist Abdelhakim Belhadj, created 26 May 2011, 3 months after the start of the war, 2 months after his release from Libyan prison.
In his first week in office, President Trump signed a temporary order banning immigration from seven Middle Eastern and North African countries, including Libya. According to Trump, the order's purpose was to keep America safe by banning groups of people who could not yet be properly vetted. Trump's critics called the ban unfair, mean-spirited, and racist, and one week later, federal judge James Robart ruled against it, putting into effect a restraining order on the ban. This Thursday, the U.S. court of appeals upheld that decision. Now, it appears that Trump will either sign a new executive order before, or perhaps in place of, appealing to the Supreme Court.

The question many are asking is this: Is Trump's executive order necessary, or over-the-top? A look at Libya may help answer that question.

Joining us again this week are James and JoAnne Moriarty. Continuing from our last discussion with the Moriartys and Libyan Sheik Khaled Tantoush, this week we will discuss the situation in Libya today. Specifically, the Moriartys will share what they know about the passports provided to terrorists in Libya from all over the planet. Just like Saudi Arabia in the 80s and 90s, Libya has become the one-stop-shop for jihadis who need new papers. And just as many terrorists have posed as refugees to get into Europe, many use Libyan passports to come to the U.S. Sometimes they're even welcomed with open arms.

Please support the Moriartys by visiting their website, Libyan War the Truth, where you can donate funds and buy their DVD, Escape from Al Qaeda.

Running Time: 01:57:31

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