Egyptian "students" being sought in the U.S. (PHOTOS!!!)

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    If ever you do see them, the FBI warns: "Approach with caution."

    These 11 Egyptian men, who range in age from 17 to 22, seem to have disappeared into thin air.

    The missing men were part of a group of 17, who arrived at New York City’s John F. Kennedy Airport on July 29....

    ...No one has reported 11 dead bodies, so where are the missing students?

    If they are on the lam, why and where?

    The lookout bulletin issued on them sates that "At the present there are no known associations to any terrorist groups, approach with caution."

    http://www.canadafreepress.com/2006/hagmann081006.htm
     
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    Yup and already some liberals are screaming about racial profiling!

    Maybe we should change the words to

    Give me your restless, your violent,
    Your huddled masses yearning to breathe fire
     
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    Shoot to kill.
     
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    Those mugshots look like they could shoot to kill....probably already trained in warfare. They sure don't look like your average innocent students. And why do they come in a big group together? :bat:
     
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    Scare tactics, legit, a mix up, who knows...

    So they aren't linked to any terrorist groups... but the FBI is trailing them... even captureing them it seems... but they aren't a threat... /shrug
     
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    Well, nice to see none of you overreacted...

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    U.S. picks up six of 11 missing Egyptian students
    Thu 10 Aug 2006 4:08 PM ET
    CHICAGO, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Six of 11 Egyptian students who failed to turn up as scheduled for a Montana university exchange program last week have been apprehended and authorities said on Thursday none of them posed a terror threat.

    The six were either taken into custody or turned themselves in to authorities in Minneapolis, Chicago, suburban Maryland, and a town in New Jersey.

    "There is no terror threat" from the students, who were in their early 20s, said Tim Counts, a spokesman with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, an agency within the Department of Homeland Security.

    The government will seek to have them deported, he added.

    An alert went out last week for the students after they did not show up as scheduled for an academic program at Montana State University in Bozeman, the agency said.

    Chicago police detained Ahmed Ela, 22, at O'Hare International Airport on Thursday as he was attempting to book a flight to Montana. Some of the others were apprehended at private residences.

    All U.S. airports were on a state of heightened alert following the thwarted U.K. airline bomb plot.

    Authorities were looking for the remaining five students. Those in custody were held on violations of their temporary student visas.


    http://today.reuters.com/News/CrisesArticle.aspx?storyId=N10463113
     
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    yeah, forget the ugly stick with #9...he looks like he was beaten with the Ugly Forest! :D
     

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