Autism One leaders are up in arms after learning that a visa has been denied to an anti-vaccine speaker who is also a member of ISIS. A State Department official told The Spudd that Majdy Iyad el Aleppo, who goes by the nom-de-guerre Abdul-Haram, is a known terrorist wanted in 32 countries. Autism One leaders scoff at that notion.
“One man’s terrorist is another man’s health freedom fighter,” says Ted Harranga, Autism One spokesperson. He says the real reason the US is blocking Abdul-Haram is because “our government has a conflict of interest.”
While accusing the FDA of censorship, Harranga calls on the “pharma-controlled US government to reconsider its decision. We believe parents need to do their homework in order to make correct health care decisions for their children. Mr. Haram is a respected scholar and epidemiologist who has much to offer.”
Little is known of Abdul-Haram’s background. He is believed to be a Syrian national who briefly attended Emirates College for Advanced Education where he failed to complete a master’s degree in public health. His age is unknown.
Arranga says if the State Department doesn’t overturn its decision, then Autism One will release recorded Skype conversations between Abdul-Haram and a CDC scientist that proves vaccines cause autism.