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Dean Obeidallah: Constitution Forbids Random Mosque Searches

Thursday, 09 Oct 2014 05:21 PM

The United States should not have the ability to indiscriminately enter mosques to search for terrorists — and, in fact, the Constitution forbids it, according to comedian and former lawyer Dean Obeidallah, a columnist for The Daily Beast.

"The problem is the United States Constitution and the problem right there is that we have to eliminate the Constitution so that we can have no probable cause, we can just spy on people for any reason," Obeidallah said Thursday on "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.

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"If there is probable cause for a specific mosque, not just of their religion, but a specific mosque because there's people going there that law enforcement knows that there might be something going on, then, of course, they should go investigate … But not a blanket surveillance."

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The United States should not have the ability to indiscriminately enter mosques to search for terrorists — and, in fact, the Constitution forbids it, according to comedian and former lawyer Dean Obeidallah, a columnist for The Daily Beast.
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