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    Convicted terrorist and immigration fraudster Rasmea Odeh to be deported September 19

    Convicted terrorist and immigration fraudster Rasmea Odeh to be deported September 19

    Her supporters are organizing a send-off party at O’Hare

    Rasmea Odeh, the convicted killer of two Israeli students in a 1969 bombing, was convicted in federal court in Detroit of immigration fraud. As part of her plea deal, Rasmea was to be deported and stripped of her U.S. citizenship.

    Rasmea’s supporters portray Rasmea as the victim in this saga, but they are fools or liars, and in some cases both. Virtually every talking point in support of Rasmea has been thoroughly refuted, including the demonstrably false claim that Rasmea was convicted of the bombing only because she falsely confessed after 25 days of sexual torture.

    For background on the lies of Rasmea and her supporters, see our posts:

    I also gave a detailed explanation in my interview, The Lies of Rasmea Odeh and Her Supporters Exposed.

    Rasmea never would have been allowed to enter this country had she not lied about her terrorist past on her visa application, and then again on her naturalization application. The law finally caught up with her. Better late than never.

    An Israeli newspaper reported that Rasmea would be deported on September 19 to Jordan. But I was unable to confirm that, until now, because ICE refused, on security grounds, to confirm when and where Rasmea would be deported.

    Rasmea’s supporters have confirmed that information. Rasmea will be deported September 19 from O’Hare airport.

    As they have done in the past, Rasmea’s supporters are organizing a rally supporting her, this time from the O’Hare short term parking lot. Via the Samidoun website:

    We now have the departure date for our dear Rasmea Odeh.  She will be leaving the U.S. for Jordan on Tuesday, September 19th, 2017….  we are asking supporters to join us at O’Hare Airport on September 19th for Rasmea‘s final send-off.

    This is our last opportunity to say goodbye before she is forced to depart the U.S. after an almost four-year legal and political struggle….

    As she and the defense committee have said many times, regardless of where she lands, Rasmea will never stop working and organizing for justice and for the liberation of Palestine and other oppressed communities.

    On September 19th, she will be moving on to the next chapter of her life, and we invite you to be with us that day.

    WHEN: Tuesday, September 19th, 2017, from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM

    WHERE: Short-term parking lot at O’Hare Airport International Terminal 5[%7B%5C%22surface%5C%22%3A%5C%22page%5C%22%2C%5C%22mechanism%5C%22%3A%5C%22page_upcoming_events_card%5C%22%2C%5C%22extra_data%5C%22%3A[]%7D]%22%2C%22has_source%22%3Atrue%7D

    Good riddance to Rasmea.

    Always remember Rasmea’s victims.


    [Vigil in memory of Edward Joffe and Leon Kanner, DePaul University, outside fundraiser for Rasmea Odeh]


    [Edward Joffe, overlooking Jerusalem]

    [Edward Joffe’s Mother and Sister at funeral 1969]

    [In the camera that was found at the bombing site was this photo which was taken with the scenery of Jerusalem. This photo was later developed as Leon did not get the chance to see it.]

    [Leon Kanner Mother and Sisters at Funeral, Jerusalem 1969]

    [Graves of Edward Joffe and Leon Kanner Jerusalem, photo by William Jacobson]

    [Sisters of Leon Kanner, brother of Edward Joffe][Photo by William Jacobson, May 2015, Israel]


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    Geologist | September 19, 2017 at 4:59 pm

    Is the murderer gone from our soil? I cannot find any reports saying that she has left.

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