Friday, August 24, 2007

Terrorists Use Mexico to Enter U.S.

Counterterrorism authorities have come to fear that Bush’s porous U.S.-Mexico border provides entry into the United States, not only for illegal aliens, but for Islamic terrorists as well.

de Andrea

In addition, these same Islamic terrorists are also using Mexico as the conduit to bring nuclear devices into the U.S. for a WMD attack. These are among the chilling disclosure from Paul L. Williams, author of the just-released book "The Day of Islam: The Annihilation of America and the Western World."

According to Williams, al-Qaida has already hatched plans to smuggle nuclear materials across the Mexican border and use them for a mammoth simultaneous attack on several large U.S. cities. See previous book report the day of Islam

Al-Qaida and other terrorist groups began infiltrating Mexico in the days after 9/11. By 2003, Canadian intelligence officials and Interpol told Mexican President Vincente Fox that al-Qaida had established several cells in Mexico to prepare for the next terrorist attacks, Williams tells readers.

Meanwhile hundreds of Tzozil Indians in southern Mexico converted to Islam and reportedly became involved in subversive activities. By 2004, al-Qaida cells were in place in northern Mexico and a large cell of Hezbollah was in Tijuana, on the U.S. border of California. The Muslim radicals enlisted the aid of Latino gangs, including Mara Salvatrucha, to help them slip across the border.

According to Williams, the going rate for such service was from $30,000 to $50,000, but it included a bogus matricular consular, an official ID card issued by the Mexican government that enables Mexican nationals in the U.S. to obtain drivers licenses and open bank accounts.

Steve McCraw, assistant director of the FBI's Office of Intelligence, told the House Judiciary Committee in June 2003: "The ability of foreign nationals to use the matricular consular provides an opportunity for terrorists to move freely within the United States without triggering name-based watch lists that are disseminated to local police officials."

Mexico has also become a conduit for aliens from terror-sponsoring states, known as "special-interest aliens," or SIAs. By 2006, a popular entry route from Mexico into Arizona was littered with "discarded Muslim prayer rugs, pages from the Quran, instructions in Arabic on how to cross the Rio Grande, and beverage boxes with Farsi and Arabic letters," writes Williams, a seasoned investigative reporter and former FBI consultant.

Due to a lack of detention facilities, those SIAs that are apprehended — who have numbered in the thousands in recent years — are released from custody after receiving hearing dates from immigration judges. Fewer than 5 percent actually show up for their hearing. The rest simply vanish, so much for home security…

Texas Rep. Solomon Ortiz, a Democrat on the House Armed Services Committee's Subcommittee on Readiness, said the release of Middle Easterners with possible links to al-Qaida is "very, very scary and members of Congress know about this."

In April 2004, the FBI arrested al-Qaida operative Mohammed Junaid Babar, after he returned to New York City from a terrorist summit meeting in Pakistan. After making him an offer he could not refuse, he told interrogators that al-Qaida was preparing a nuclear attack on American cities. He also said the terrorists were relying on Latino gangs, most notably Mara Salvatrucha, to transport the operatives, along with nuclear supplies, across the U.S.-Mexican border.

Another captured terrorist later confirmed Babar's account. Moreover, both men said the plot was being directed by Adnan el-Shukrijumah, the man profiled as "the most dangerous person in the Western world."
As a follow up and support for last article titled THE FIXER FROM al-QAIDA, declassified…

FBI Sees 'High Tempo of Terrorist Activity'
The FBI increased its use of secret search warrants last year due to what a top official calls a "high tempo of terrorist activity.”

FBI Assistant Director John Miller said that 2,176 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act search warrants were approved last year, compared with 1,754 granted in 2005. Most of the warrants involved plotters inside America.

"We're seeing a very high tempo of terrorist activity, not just based on the cases you're seeing being brought in the United States," Miller said in an interview with C-SPAN. Miller believes the U.S. may have underestimated top al-Qaida leaders' ability to oversee operations in the U.S. in recent years, the New York Daily News reports.

Al-Qaida is "getting more effective" at planning new strikes while using propaganda to inspire others to "take that ball and run with it," Miller said. "They're better at this than they were before."

THE BOTTOM LINE: The fundamental problem here is that their own political programming has blinded our Administration and or Congress. Moreover, I believe that real Americans can see right through this political veneer of self-righteous elitism.

My hope is that God will direct some able political leader to lead this country in the right direction. Moreover, no matter what political advisors may say about all the tolerant political correctness and personal agendas that are blinding this government, that the mental and spiritual eyes will be open to reality. Moreover, the bonds of our military in a maze of rules of engagement must be removed. This political nonsense only serves the interests of the enemy, and is no way to win a war against the evil agenda of Islam.

de Andréa

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