Trump America: Muhammad Ali Jr Threatened by DHS for meeting Congress, Detained at Airport

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Editor’s note:  Ali was dragged out of line, where he was accompanied by Rep. Debbie Wasserman Shultz  mind you, to be “leaned on” because he met with congress.  This was not the FBI who knows better but DHS, who have always operated outside the law anyway.  The “bite in the a%” is going to be that it was one of the most powerful members of the Israeli lobby that runs our government that they pissed off here.  G-d help them.
Muhammad Ali Jr was detained and questioned at an airport in the Washington area before being allowed to board a flight to Fort Lauderdale after meeting with lawmakers to discuss a separate airport detention incident last month, a lawyer for the late heavyweight champion’s son said Friday.

The mother and son, both born in the United States, have said in interviews that they believe they have been stopped because they are Muslim with Arabic names.

Earlier this week, they announced a campaign for religious freedom in the spirit of the boxing icon, supported by ex-boxing greats Evander Holyfield, Larry Holmes, Roberto Duran and others. They say they are opposed to the travel ban, which they feel unfairly targets Muslims.

 

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