Mexican Border Coyotes Now Helping Terrorist Find Passage Into America
While Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton and her supporters mock Republican Donald Trump for vowing to build a wall on the Southern border and put a temporary hold on immigration until effective vetting procedures are in place, a long-time ISIS operative has established a training base on the southern border of the United States just miles from Ft. Bliss in Texas.
Shaykh Mahmood Omar Khabir was exiled from his native Kuwait over his extremist views before going on to train thousands of al Qaeda fighters in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Yemen, but has lived in Chihuahua, Mexico for over a year while operating a terror-training base with the knowledge of the U.S. government.
In a recent interview published in an Italian newspaper, Khabir boasted that the southern U.S. border is so soft, “I could get in with a handful of men, and kill thousands of people in Texas or in Arizona in the space of a few hours.”
The revelation is available on the government database, Open Source Enterprise, which gathers and analyzes valuable information from worldwide print, broadcast and online media for the sole use of the U.S. intelligence community.
In April 2015, Judicial Watch reported that U.S. law enforcement and the Mexican Army officials conducting a joint raid found plans of Ft. Bliss and documents in Arabic and Urdu, amid Muslim prayer rugs.
Mexico’s top diplomat, Foreign Affairs Secretary Claudia Ruiz, has been quoted as saying that the Obama administration and the U.S. media are “culpably neglecting this phenomenon. This new wave of fundamentalism could have nasty surprises in store for the United States.”
A high-ranking Homeland Security official confirmed that it is well-known, though not admitted by Obama, Clinton or her supporters, that Mexican drug cartels and human traffickers assist Islamic jihadists sneak into the U.S.
Khabir’s jihadi training site is located just west of Ciudad Juárez, and Judicial Watch has reported that another cell is in operation west of the city in Puerto Palomas, near the New Mexico towns of Columbus and Deming.