Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Obama Takes Down Lawyer For Helping Christian Refugees

Obama Takes Down Lawyer For Helping Christian Refugees

By de Andréa, Opinion Editorialist
Published October 27, 2015

More on: “Is Obama an American born Christian or a Kenyan born Indonesian Muslim Stealth Jihadist?”
Living as a Christian in Iraq or Syria has become a one-way ticket to martyrdom at the hands of ISIS – but it remains a near-impossible feat for these persecuted religious minorities to find refuge in a once Christian America.  Why? Because According to Obama “America is now a Muslim Nation it is no longer a Christian Nation.”
But if you can get to America and get your case in the hands of Robert DeKelaita pictured at right, your chances are greatly improved.
As it turns out, this high-powered Chicago attorney may have been a little too successful to suite Obama. He’s gained asylum for thousands of persecuted Christian from Iraq, Syria and Egypt, and that’ caught the attention of Obama and his henchmen at the Justice Department, which is known to be no friend of Christians, especially Middle Eastern Christians.
A Little History:
DeKelaita, 52, grew up in Kirkuk in the heart of Assyria, a portion of northern Iraq that is home to one of the world’s most ancient Christian communities. The Biblical Apostle Thomas evangelized the long-pagan area shortly after the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ. The Christians there still speak Aramaic, the language of Jesus.
After Saddam Hussein took power, DeKelaita’s family emigrated to the U.S. in 1973 and settled in the Chicago area. He was just shy of 11 years old at the time. He excelled in school, became a lawyer and vowed to use his legal skills to help his Christian friends escape religious persecution by the now majority Muslims.
He’s helped reunite hundreds of families in the U.S., most of them since 2003 when the U.S. invasion and overthrow of Saddam unleashed a wave of Islamic terror against Christians that far exceeded anything that was seen under the secular Baathist regime.
The Obama administration officially moved against DeKelaita in September 2014, raiding his office and scooping up whatever so-called “evidence” they could find against him. He was indicted on charges of falsifying the asylum applications of 12 clients over a 10-year period, allegedly concocting “phony claims” of religious persecution.
I ask you…How can any claims of Christian persecution Syria and Iraq be “PHONY”?
Obama latest henchmen anti-Christian Attorney General Loretta lynch has delayed his trial twice
while she seeks to find witnesses who will testify against DeKelaita.
Each count of immigration fraud carries a maximum of 10 years prison and a $250,000 fine.
 “Robert has been a very successful immigration lawyer for our people,” said Ramon Michael, a fellow Assyrian Christian whose family came to the U.S. about the same time as DeKelaita’s.
It seems few find it questionable that Obama is going after a lawyer who helps persecuted Iraqi Christians gain asylum while it welcomes and grants cart blanch asylum for thousands of random so-called Syrian refugees from who really knows where.
At the same time Iraqi Muslims are being greeted with a “catch and release” policy at the border, a group of 27 Assyrian Christians who made it to the border earlier this year are being detained indefinitely.
“The way that some of our federal judges view the plight of Christians in Iraq and the way some of the adjudicators view them, you would honestly think ‘what is wrong with these people?’” DeKelaita, who lives in a suburb of Chicago with his wife of 25 years, Ester, and two sons, said, “Why can’t they see what the rest of the world sees?”
He said one judge told him: “To argue that Christians in Iraq are being targeted for their religious beliefs is to appeal to either ignorance or emotion.”
“That is absurd,” DeKelaita said.
Though he’s had his share of wins, it’s the losses that stick with him.
Like the case in Detroit a few years ago.
“It was very disappointing to hear that judge, on Christmas Eve, deny your client asylum after his brother had just been killed in Baghdad,” DeKelaita said. “He’d owned a CD store and the Muslims felt, you know, that’s a sin, so they blew up his store and they killed several others with him.”
But the judge ruled that because one Muslim had also died in the attack that there was no targeting of Christians. It didn’t matter that seven Christians died and the owner of the store was a Christian selling Western-style music, which Muslims detest.
“I didn’t know what to say to my client,” he said. “We wished the judge a merry Christmas and just walked out of the courtroom.”
Meanwhile, the slaughter continues in Iraq and Syria. Another 650 Assyrian families were kidnapped just the last couple of months in Syria and fears are growing that the men will face beheading, the women a life of servitude as sex slaves. Bishops in Syria and Iraq have put out desperate pleas for help, saying they feel abandoned by the Christian West.
‘Robert is our hero’
More than a few of the “lucky ones” say they owe their lives to Robert DeKelaita.
“My sister and her three young children are among the Assyrian hostages in Syria. We don’t even know if they’re still alive,” said Mimi Odicho of Chicago. “Instead of trying to help save them – save these innocent people – the U.S. government is trying to take down a man who has been our people’s only hope for years. Robert is our hero. I don’t think anyone could possibly understand what he means to us.”
While he detains Iraq Christian asylum seekers, Obama has been welcoming thousands of Muslim refugees from jihadist hotbeds in Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia, despite warnings from House Homeland Security Chair Michael McCaul, R-Texas, that some of these refugee programs may become a “jihadist pipeline” into the U.S.  Well most certainly it is, this has been Obama’s plan all along.
DeKelaita, after his indictment, learned that the FBI had been investigating him since 2008, soon after Obama took office.
There were 1.5 million Christians in Iraq in 2003. Less than 150,000 remain. Most of them have been killed at the hands of Islamic Jihad.
“They come here to escape the slaughter and we have to track them down and harass them, when they aren’t any threat to anyone,” DeKelaita said. “These are often old men, old ladies who are escaping persecution. Its’ terrible. As an American I want my government to be involved in actions that protect the security of the United States, and there are priorities, as opposed to tracking down old ladies and decent hard-working people.”
‘Proud Americans’
He said there are thousands of Assyrian and Chaldean Christians in the U.S. with cases pending before immigration courts.
A few days after his indictment, thousands turned out for a rally to show their support. An online petition at StandWithRobert.com has accumulated 2,338 signatures. You can be among those real Americans and sign the petition.
His Grace Bishop Mar Gewargis Younan of the diocese of Chicago Ancient Church of the East, said DeKelaita represents the very best of the American dream.
“He escaped persecution as a child, and resettled in the United States. He had every reason to fail, but instead he went on to graduate from the prestigious University of Chicago and ultimately was considered the best attorney for Middle Eastern Christians,” the Bishop said.
“His entire career has been aimed at giving back – to his church, to his heritage, to his people,” the bishop continued. “He is a role model for members of our community, both American-born and immigrants. I can say with confidence that every parishioner in our church has either themselves been represented by Mr. DeKelaita, or has a relative that was represented by him. When the charges were filed, the community was in outrage and disbelief, and rightfully so. There is not a single Assyrian family anywhere in Iraq or Syria that has not been directly impacted by religious persecution. The manner in which Mr. DeKelaita’s case has been approached seemingly moves to challenge this truth. We are proud of Mr. DeKelaita’s achievements, and will continue to support him during this time.”
THE BOTTOM LINE: The only Middle Eastern People that are guaranteed asylum in the U.S. by
Obama’s regime, are confirmed Jihadists.  While most people are somewhat aware of this fact, they still scratch their indoctrinated heads full of mush wondering, why is this? How can this be?
I have no special inside information about Obama and yet I have known the answer to that question for nearly 9 years when Obama was a Muslim state Senator in Chicago.  I wrote about the Chicago Muslim state Senator and the Muslim U.S. Senator, as well as the Muslim Candidate for U.S. president.  Wondering myself at that time how a Kenyan born Muslim could be allowed to run for U.S. president, posting his Kenyan public record birth certificate at right. Written in English because Kenya was a British Colony at the time.  So how did a Kenyan born Islamic Jihadist get elected to be president of the United States of America?  A series of cover-ups and simultaneous attacks on people like me, creating conspiracy theories.  
Isn’t it interesting that those so-called conspiracy theories are now the only answers that makes sense?
The truth has a bad habit of doing that…

Thanks for listening – de Andréa

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