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Maria Abi-Habib

Middle East Correspondent

Wall Street Journal

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Maria Abi-Habib @Abihabib Middle East Reporter, 16,343 followers


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by Aimee Herd : Apr 5, 2011 : Yaroslav Trofimov, Maria Abi-Habib - Wall Street Journal


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"I wanted to share a troubling experience I had with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), in the hopes it may help you protect your private information," Maria Abi-Habib, a WSJ journalist focused on ISIS and Al Qaeda wrote in a post on Facebook. (Abi-Habib confirmed to Motherboard that the Facebook account was hers, but declined to comment further.)


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WSJ reporter Maria Abi-Habib: DHS detained me and asked for my phones at the border checkpoint at Los Angeles airport - On Thursday, a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reporter claimed that the Department of Homeland Security demanded access to her mobile phones when she was crossing the border at the Los Angeles airport.

Discussion: Maria Abi-Habib, CNNMoney, Guardian, LA Observed, @runasand, @csoghoian, LAist, Techdirt, Editor & Publisher, @bartongellman, @lizsly, RT, The New York Observer, PINAC and Hit & Run
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WSJ reporter Maria Abi-Habib: DHS detained me and asked for my phones at the border checkpoint at Los Angeles airportFind


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Joseph Cox / Motherboard: WSJ reporter Maria Abi-Habib: DHS detained me and asked for my phones at the border checkpoint at Los Angeles airport - On Thursday, a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) ...

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25 hours ago Joseph Cox / Motherboard: WSJ reporter Maria Abi-Habib: DHS detained me and asked for my phones at the border checkpoint at Los Angeles airport - On Thursday, a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) ...

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