With one already considered 'dangerous' by the United States government, two women became the center of more critical attention after their alleged actions at Dallas Love Field caught the interest of the FBI and Dallas Police Department.Nothing to see here folks! Just some plucky "New Americans" enriching us with their 'diversity.'
Sources said in February, Kimberly "Asma" Al-Homsi, 42, and Aisha Abdul-Rahman Hamad, 50, allegedly scoped out Dallas Love Field in a manner classic of surveying an area.
Al-Homsi was already under surveillance and is on the government's no fly list since being involved in a road rage incident back in December of 2005. Officials said during the incident she held up an inert grenade and threatened another driver. Garland's bomb squad reported they later found ammunition in her car.
"If I didn't have a scarf on my head and it was a simple road rage I would not be on the terrorism watch list," she said.
As for long-range assault rifle and explosives training official said Al-Homsi said she admitted to have studied, Al-Homsi said it was something she was educated on while growing up.
Back during the February incident, Dan Hamilton said he was suspicious when he spotted the two women along a fence at Love Field with binoculars.
"I saw a car parked along this fence here; and there was a young lady sitting looking through the fence at the control tower in that vicinity using binoculars," he said.
Sources told News 8 the women were not only spotted outside the airport, but they were also seen inside the terminal pacing distances in what they said appeared to be typical surveillance techniques. However, the women said they were simply going to the flight museum and then watching planes take off. They deny they were surveying the airport.
Al-Homsi said she is Syrian and is sympathetic to the Palestinian people. Both women said they disagree with the United States' Middle East policy.
"I don't like the government," Al-Homsi said. "The American people, no problem."
"I think they stick their nose in business where it doesn't belong," Hamad said.
H/T Ace who sez: What the hell are these people still doing in our country?
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