Designated terrorist group CAIR to the rescue, as CAIR’s Michigan chapter announced the filing of a lawsuit on behalf of a Muslim permanent resident, Kamran Majeed.
CAIR Since being placed on the so-called “no-fly list,” Majeed has not seen his U.S. citizen wife and child in five months, has lost his job and is at risk of losing his legal permanent resident status for not maintaining his residency requirements in the United States.
CAIR’s lawsuit, filed in the Eastern District of Michigan, seeks to secure Majeed’s return to his home. The lawsuit also challenges the methods used to place law-abiding American citizens and permanent residents on the no-fly list. (The government will never be forced to reveal its methods because it is a case of national security…and CAIR knows this)
CAIR National Litigation Jihadist Lena Masri, who is representing the plaintiff, said: “The U.S. government’s policy of using the
unconstitutional constitutional no-fly list as a tool to prevent innocent (he isn’t “innocent” if he’s considered a potential terrorist) Muslims from returning to their homes is harmful and illegal (if it was illegal, it couldn’t be used). “The federal government continuously denies the civil liberties of innocent suspicious Muslims by unconstitutionally legally placing them on the no-fly list after they have traveled out of the country.