On Saturday, a Muslim Canadian attempted to get into the United States. Border agents deny Muslim access to United States after finding dangerous content on her cell phone.
Fadwa Alaoui, born in Morocco, claims she was denied entry into the United States due to border agents finding video on her phone of Muslims praying.
“I felt humiliated, treated as if I was less than nothing. It’s as if I wasn’t Canadian,” Alaoui told CBC News in an interview Wednesday.
“He said, ‘Do you practise? Which mosque do you go to? What is the name of the imam? How often do you go to the mosque? What kind of discussions do you hear in the mosque? Does the imam talk to you directly?'” Alaoui said.
Border agents also asked her about Arabic videos on her phone. She said they were videos of daily prayers.
Alaoui said after the questioning, she waited about another hour. The border agents returned and told her she was being denied entry.
“They said, ‘You’re not allowed to go to the United States because we found videos on your phone that are against us,” Alaoui said.
There are a few points we can't forget. Let's not forget, Muslims promote lies and deception to non-believers. The practice is called Taqiyya. Also, don't forget the Muslims have been involved in many instances of making up fake "hate crimes." They always portray that they were the victims and find a way to blame it on President Trump. It is very unlikely she was rejected entry based on Muslim prayers. The border patrol agents know what to look for and apparently saw something that alerted them to not gain entry.
Here is video of the Muslim Canadian talking about what went down.