Biden ends terrorist ban

Liberty Nation reports:

“Just 22 days after Houthi militia terrorists – also known as Ansarallah – carried out an attack on the airport at the Yemeni port of Aden, President Biden lifted a ban on travelers from that country…

Then less than a month after the lifting of the travel ban, Biden’s secretary of state, Antony Blinken, notified Congress that he intended to revoke the designation of Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) for the Iran-backed Yemeni Houthi militia.

The Trump administration designated the Houthi militia a terrorist organization because it did what terrorists do. 

Fox News reporter Greg Norman described the December 30 attack on Yemeni government Cabinet members arriving at the Aden airport in which 16 innocents were killed and 60 wounded:

“The members of the Yemeni government’s newly formed Cabinet, including Prime Minister Maeen Abdulmalik Saeed, were greeted with a loud explosion soon after its plane landed Wednesday in the city of Aden, in what an official is calling a ‘cowardly terrorist attack carried out by the Iranian-backed Houthi militia.’”

What does removing the State Department FTO designation from the militia mean? It means revoking the restrictions, such as it being unlawful for a person in the U.S. to knowingly provide “material support or resources.”

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