[Ed. – This may or may not be problematic. Need to hear both sides. Left-wing media are running with “The messages were from others!”; right-wing media either want to know more or assume U.S. authorities had a good reason. A little curious that this guy seemed to have a pipeline into the Harvard Crimson as a boot freshman.]
An incoming Harvard freshman from Palestine [sic] was allegedly interrogated by immigration officials for five painstaking hours then had his visa rescinded after landing in Boston because they found his friends on social media shared anti-US political posts.
Ismail B. Ajjawi, a 17-year-old Palestinian student who lives in Tyre, Lebanon, landed at Boston Logan International airport on Friday night in anticipation of starting his freshman year at Harvard University.
But his Ivy League career, in which he intended to study in Chemical and Physical Biology, ended before it even began when his visa was revoked and he was deported back home.
Ajjawi said that after landing, immigration officers subjected him hours of questioning and searched his phone and computer …