A Texas couple has been found guilty of engaging in forced labor of their two “servants,” and a judge, who was disgusted with their actions, has banished them from the United States.
Hassan al-Homoud, 46, and his wife Zainab al-Hosani, 39, pleaded guilty to the crimes of holding a person against their will, and forced labor, otherwise known as SLAVERY. They tried to convince the judge that their actions were acceptable because their Prophet Muhammad, the creator of the religion of Islam, kept slaves of his own. Therefore, any punishment that they received would be Islamophobic.
District Judge Orlando Garcia was having none of that. Nor did he chance having the couple go to an American prison where they might be out on good behavior, and then possibly resume their religion inspired actions. He knew that, as followers of Sharia Law, the couple posed a danger to the United States, and as such, banished them from the country. Before they left, however, the judge ordered that the slave-owners pay each of their victims a sum of $60,000 to compensate their efforts.
According to the complaint prepared by Homeland Security’s Special Agent Edward Acuna, the problems are believed to have begun when al-Homoud applied for visas for two individuals, one from Indonesia, and the other from Bangladesh.
In the application for the visas, al-Homoud stated the two would be paid as a housekeeper, and a personal servant, and would collect a monthly income of $1573.87. This was a lie as al-Homoud paid his slaves nothing, but it does point out the fact that the applications that visa seekers, immigrants, and refugees fill out in order to gain access to the country, the same ones that Obama has heralded as foolproof in thwarting terrorists from exploiting, can easily be deceived with faulty information.