Naser Abdo’s Father Jamal Abdo US Deported for Soliciting a Minor

What a great family, but hey – no problem, the son prayed daily according to the father, Jamal Abdo, 52. Dad was deported from the U.S. last year after being convicted of soliciting a minor girl. Jamal Abdo lived in Kileen, Texas for 25 years before being deported to Jordan. See updates below. Read my first report on Naser Abdo’s apprehension.

Naser Abdo

 

UPDATE 7-30-11: Thanks to Velvethammer at Ironic Surrealism for the following on Naser’s father, Jamal Abdo and his mother, Carlisa Morlan. Find updates and more background here.

Jamal Rateb Abdo, father of Naser Abdo

Jamal Abdo was caught in a police sting asking a 15-year-old girl for sex 45 times. A Garland, Texas detective posed online as the girl. He was arrested after showing up at the ‘girl’s’ home to have sex with her. He was deported and is living in Jordan, although he is Palestinian. Click the link above to Ironic Surrealism to read the entire story of Jamal Rateb Abdo.

Naser Abdo’s mother, Corlisa Morlan was convicted of drug violations, prostitution and theft in 2001 and 2002.

Naser’s sister says she is shocked, and let me tell ya, if she grew up in the U.S. and went to school here, which it seems she did, her teachers should lose their tenure and benefits.  A neighbor who went to school with Naser says he was ‘mean.’ Just click the link above to read the interview.

Back to Naser Abdo, he refused to stand in court today. We know that Naser was AWOL at the time he was apprehended, and we know he went AWOL after authorities found child pornography on his government computer. As Ironic Surrealism pointed out, Naser Abdo is a pedophile

Daily Journal:

 He [Naser] was born in Texas to a non-denominational Christian mother and a Muslim father. Jamal Abdo said they divorced in 1993.

Police and the Army say Abdo admitted plotting an attack, but in Fuhais, Jordan, his father insisted the allegations were “all lies from A to Z.”…

Naser Abdo said he became a Muslim when he was 17. He said he enlisted thinking that Army service would not conflict with his religious beliefs, but reconsidered as he explored Islam further.

“I realized through further reflection that god did not give legitimacy to the war in Afghanistan, Iraq or any war the U.S. Army could conceivably participate in,” he wrote in his conscientious objector application.

Abdo was approved as a conscientious objector this year, but that status was put on hold after he was charged in May with possessing child pornography. Abdo denied the charge before this week’s arrest.

Jamal Abdo:

Police and the Army say Abdo admitted plotting an attack, but in Fuhais, Jordan, his father insisted the allegations were “all lies from A to Z.”

“My son loved people no matter who they are, whether Jews or Christians,” Jamal Abdo said. “Naser is not the kind of a person who harbors evil for the other people, he cannot kill anyone and he could not have done any bad thing.”

Have to wonder if Jamal Abdo knew anything leading up to Nidal Hasan’s murderous attack on Ft. Hood where 14 died and 30 were injured. After 25 years in Killeen, he had to know a lot of people in the Muslim community. Just asking… Read the details of Naser Abdo’s arrest and charges here.