Top Law Enforcement Official: Muslim Terrorists Have Infiltrated U.S. Through Mexico


via Top Law Enforcement Official: Terrorists Have Infiltrated U.S. Through Mexico – Judicial Watch

A few days ago a top law enforcement official finally confirmed that Islamic terrorists have infiltrated the United States through Mexico, a story that Judicial Watch broke last year as part of an ongoing series involving the dangerously porous southern border.

Last October JW reported that four members of the militant group Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS), who entered the U.S. through the Mexican border, were arrested in McAllen and Pharr Texas. Then, over the summer, JW reported that Mexican drug cartels are smuggling foreigners from countries with terrorist links into a small Texas rural town near El Paso and they’re using remote farm roads—rather than interstates—to elude the Border Patrol and other law enforcement barriers. The information comes from sources on both sides of the Mexico-U.S. border who say the Special Interest Aliens (SIA) are being transported to stash areas in Acala, a rural crossroads located around 54 miles from El Paso on a state road – Highway 20.

Prior to that JW published a series of investigative articles citing high-level federal law enforcement, intelligence and other sources certifying that Islamic terrorist groups are operating in at least two Mexican border towns. In August, 2014 ISIS planned to attack the U.S. with car bombs or other vehicle borne improvised explosive devices (VBIED) from a camp in the Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez. Agents across a number of Homeland Security, Justice and Defense agencies were all placed on alert and instructed to aggressively work all possible leads and sources concerning the terrorist threat.

This past spring JW sources that include a Mexican Army field grade officer and a Mexican Federal Police inspector disclosed that ISIS is actually operating a camp just a few miles from El Paso. The exact location where the terrorist group has established its base is around eight miles from the U.S. border in an area known as “Anapra” situated just west of Ciudad Juárez in the Mexican state of Chihuahua. Another ISIS cell to the west of Ciudad Juárez, in Puerto Palomas, targets the New Mexico towns of Columbus and Deming for easy access to the United States, the same knowledgeable sources told JW.

For the most part, government officials have refused to go on the record about these serious terrorist threats and in fact many have outright denied they exist or have tried silencing sources. For instance, a congressman (Beto O’Rourke) who represents El Paso in the U.S. House of Representatives telephoned area offices of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and the U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) in an effort to identify—and evidently intimidate—sources that may have been used by JW to break the ISIS in Juarez story.

This makes it refreshing to hear a high-level government official confirm what JW has been reporting for more than a year. During a visit to Laredo a few days ago the Director of the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), Steven McCraw, answered a question from a member of the public who asked if any suspected ISIS terrorists had ever been apprehended on the Mexican border. A local news outlet published McCraw’s answer: “Individuals that come across the Texas/Mexican border from countries with a known terrorism presence and the answer to that is yes. We have individuals that we’ve needed to debrief in Pashto/Dari. Not a lot of Pashto and Dari speakers around. But you can’t think about the last attack; you have to think of the next attack and where our vulnerabilities are. So, we’re concerned about that.” Before becoming DPS director in 2009 McCraw was an FBI special agent in several large U.S. cities as well as a DPS narcotics agent and a Texas state trooper.

Muslim Influence Operations at Texas A&M San Antonio

Source: Muslim Influence Operations at Texas A&M San Antonio

by Roy White

“Influence operations” by America’s enemies use soft techniques such as strategic communications, diplomacy and public relations to accomplish a strategic goal in lieu of military force. That goal for Islamists is for Sharia law to become law for everywhere in the world.  Not necessarily today nor tomorrow but no doubt the end goal is Shariah.

A recent example of influence operations is the “clock boy” hoax of Ahmad Mohamed in Irving, TX.  A sympathetic press with quotes from ill-informed politicians, celebrities orchestrated by the Council on American Islamic Relations officials paints the desired picture of hatred and prejudice against Muslims. The resultant “back story” showing the holes in the entire story fails to make the front pages and hence unknowing Americas are duped by this type of “influence operations.”

A similar “influence operation” is occurring here in San Antonio at Texas A&M San Antonio thanks to a partnership between President Dr. Cynthia Teniente-Matson (210.784.1600, email here) and the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR).  On October 7th the school’s chapter of the Society of Human Relations Managers (SHRM) is hosting a two hour seminar on “Islam in the Workplace”.

This exact same presentation was originally presented this spring by the San Antonio SHRM chapter. Sarwat Husain, Executive Director for San Antonio Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), was scheduled to speak. She was removed from the speakers list when public outrage resulted in 10,000 emails to the SHRM president asking why an organization identified as supporting Islamic terrorism by Egypt, UAE and U.S. government officials would be permitted to speak to their members.

CAIR did not quit but played the “victimization card” claiming to SHRM supporters that CAIR’s removal was further evidence of “Islamophobia” and found a willing supporter of this argument in the SHRM Chapter sponsor leader at TAMU San Antonio, Dr Adrian Guardia, Dept. of Business (210.784.2332).

Members of the SHRM Board and TAMU officials failed to respond to information from the TAMU Student Body president, Allison Garcia who passed along documents from the FBI and Congress showing CAIR’s ties to known terrorist organizations.

Husain has a history of conveniently deceiving listeners. The Islamic concept of “taqiyyah’ makes this fully acceptable.  In 2009 Husain said:

“For many months, Israel has denied humanitarian aid to Gaza’s civilian population, a blockade that by itself can be regarded as an act of war under international law.… This is state-sponsored terrorism at its best.”

The facts are exactly the opposite. Israel provided these resources and much more:

  • 10,544 patients & companions left Gaza for medical treatment in Israel.
  • 382 emergency evacuations from Gaza for medical purposes.
  • 572 trucks, 5,000 tons of medical supplies entered the Strip.
  • Hadassah Medical Organization in Jerusalem donates $3 million in aid to treat Palestinians in Israel.

This quote from Husain is equally untrue as the statistics reveal. “No other country in the world have terrorized as many people for so long as Israel has for more than half a century…“

Some 11,000,000 Muslims have been violently killed since 1948, of which 35,000, or 0.3 percent, died during the sixty years of fighting Israel, or just 1 out of every 315 Muslim fatalities. In contrast, over 90 percent of the 11 million who perished were killed by fellow Muslims.

Ms. Husain and others would do harm to Islam if they were to discuss two very important Islamic concepts, “tayseer” and “darura” that employers should know. This example of a protecting Islam by using a half-truth or “kitman” is in very handy when conducting “influence operations.”

Koran 4:28 grants Muslims who live in non-Shariah compliant areas, “tayseer” or “lightening of the load” exception.  This would apply to nearly all jobs where Muslims are employed.  The second Islamic concept, “darura” or necessity is also important. If it is necessary, then what is forbidden is permitted.  If a Muslim is hungry and there is no halal (Sharia compliant) food, then he can eat any food. If a Muslim is where he cannot pray, then the prayer can be made up later.  If Sharia law has not been implemented, then a Muslim may handle pork, for example, with no consequences.

These two Islamic concepts gives Islamic justification for fighting frivolous lawsuits brought forward by Muslim employees.

The “influence operations” is complete when Human Relations managers go back to their offices and give business owners incomplete interpretation of Islamic law thus causing the employer to “submit” (Islam means submission) to the wishes of the Muslim employee.  If employers want accurate information on dealing with Islam in the workplace the last group to listen to would be CAIR, understanding “tayseer” and “durura” is far better legal advice. If you want accurate information write to and we will connect you to the honest legal and Islamic resources.

Lieutenant Colonel Roy White, USAF (Ret.) is Project Coordinator at Truth in Texas Textbooks

Texas: Third-graders being taught about Islamic terrorism

via Parents concerned about terrorism worksheet given to third-graders h/t BNI

NEW BRAUNFELS — Memorial Elementary School is under fire for giving a homework assignment on terrorism to third-graders.

Concerned parents said they are concerned that terrorism is a heavy topic to be teaching children ages 8 and 9.

The worksheet assignment was sent home with students Monday. The instructions ask students to fill in the blanks using words like “Islam,” “terrorist” and “hijack.”

Parents said their children are not mature enough to understand the killings and violence associated with terrorism.

But New Braunfels ISD released a statement saying the lessons focus on how the country has persevered after the September 11th attacks. It said the assignment is in line with the Texas Education Agency standards for third-grade level students.

“NBISD feels it is important to teach the history of what happened on 9-11 and our teachers utilize different resources to share the historical significance of this tragic day. The theme of the lessons that are taught to our 3rd graders focus on how communities pull together in good times and in bad and the design structures that protect all citizens. This includes lessons on historical and contemporary figures and military and first responders who exemplify good citizenship. The unit is titled “Freedom Rings! A Commemoration of 9-11, Freedom Week and Constitution Day” and is aligned with 3rd grade TEKS (Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills).”

Grandparent Sharon Grimm said she encourages the lessons, calling it a necessity to teach students.

“These are the things that are happening. They’re seeing it on TV. They’re hearing it,” she said. “It’s all part of learning and growing up (and) understanding we’re not in a perfect world.”

New Braunfels ISD said parents can view the curriculum standards on its website and the TEA’s website.

It could be much worse as in:

Texas: Muslim immigrant gets 10 years for trying to aid Islamic terrorists

Rahatul Ashikim Khan, 23, is seen in an undated photo from the Williamson County Jail in Georgetown, Texas. Reuters/Williamson County Jail/Handout


In Austin this afternoon, 24-year-old self-proclaimed “jihadi” Rahatul Ashikim Khan (a.k.a. “Rahat Khan,” “Authentic Tauheed 19,” and “AT19”) was sentenced to ten years in federal prison followed by ten years of supervised release for attempting to provide material support and resources to terrorists, announced John Carlin, Assistant Attorney General for National Security, Richard L. Durbin, Jr., United States Attorney for the Western District of Texas, and Christopher Combs, Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge of the San Antonio Division.

On July 2, 2014, Khan pleaded guilty to conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. The conspiracy occurred between March 2011 and January 2012. During this time frame, Khan identified an individual in an Internet chatroom and began assessing that individual for overseas violent jihadist travel. That individual was actually an FBI confidential source. After Khan screened the confidential source, he made arrangements to insert him into an al-Shabaab pipeline controlled by Gufran Ahmed Kauser Mohammed and Mohamed Hussen Said. Mohammed and Said both pleaded guilty to material support offenses in the Southern District of Florida and have been sentenced to terms of 180 months’ imprisonment respectively.

According to court records, Khan also led a group of individuals in the Austin area who pledged loyalty to the now-deceased Taliban and terrorist leader, Mullah Omar. Michael Todd Wolfe, 24, was a part of Khan’s group. Wolfe was arrested by FBI agents on June 17, 2014, in Houston, as he was about to board a plane as a first step towards his goal of joining and fighting with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). Wolfe was sentenced to 82 months in prison for attempting to provide material support to ISIL.

via al Reuters

Khan, who lived in suburban Austin, struck up communication on an Internet chat room with a person who portrayed himself as being involved in jihadist activities. That person was actually an FBI undercover source, prosecutors said.

“In or about March through May of 2011, Khan discussed guns, training, the war against Islam, his preparation for the Third World War, shooting, and getting the youth interested in the knowledge of jihad,” a criminal complaint filed in federal court said.

Khan’s lawyer, Joe Turner, described him as a non-violent person and a good student who got caught up in vigorous government efforts to monitor Internet communications for dangerous activity.

“The paid informant tried to get him to do a lot of bad and violent things that he rejected,” Turner said, adding Khan took the plea deal because he could have faced up to life in prison.

Kahn was born in Bangladesh and became a U.S. citizen about 13 years ago, according to court documents. He had attended the University of Texas.

A second man, Michael Wolfe, was also arrested with Khan. Wolfe, 24, was sentenced to 82 months in prison by a U.S. district judge in June.

Wolfe planned to travel to Europe where he was scheduled to meet an FBI undercover agent who he believed would help him travel through Turkey and into Syria so he could take up arms for Islamic State.

He was arrested at Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston as he was about to board the first flight of his journey.

Khan is the son of a U.S. Army psychiatrist., yet no media reports provide any further information on the father or his origins.


Was Texas clock-bomb hoax targeted at mayor who opposed sharia court?

It was targeted at all Americans…that aren’t Muslim.


via If It Walks Like an Influence Operation…

The more we learn about the facts surrounding the events in Irving, Texas this week, the more it seems we’ve been bamboozled.

It appears, the “clock” Mohamed brought to school this week was not the first of his circuit boards to look ominously like an improvised explosive device trigger.  In fact, a photograph of one circulated by the Dallas Morning News was virtually indistinguishable from a circuit board used in a commercially available device used to train law enforcement and military personnel regarding how to identify IEDs.

There is, moreover, now growing evidence that these creations were not even those of the geeky freshman. See Reverse Engineering Ahmed Mohamed’s Clock and Ourselves on and Thomas Talbot’s YouTube video.

When Ahmed’s miniature briefcase “clock” did precipitate such concerns, he refused to answer questions from school personnel and police about “his intentions and why he had brought the device to school.” Presumably, they were particularly interested in knowing whether he had brought anything else to school – perhaps to include the other part of such a bomb: the explosive component.

Under the circumstances and in accordance with protocols adopted in Irving – and in school districts across America to protect students and faculty from the sorts of attacks that have resulted in mass murders in several instances, Ahmed was taken into custody. The photograph of him in handcuffs that has gone viral, however, was not taken as he was escorted from the high school. Rather, it was staged after his father insisted at the police station that the cuffs remain on so his sister could take the picture.

In very short order, the family was under management by the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), an organization established – ironically, in a federal prosecution conducted in nearby Richardson, Texas – to be a Muslim Brotherhood-associated fundraising and political warfare arm for the designated terrorist group, Hamas. Ahmed lawyered up and he and his family were no-shows for scheduled meetings with school officials and with the police chief and Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne.

In fact, at the very hour the latter meeting was supposed to occur, the Mohameds and their Islamic supremacist handlers were instead holding a press conference. In the course of the presser, the family made clear that their beef wasn’t with the Irving school district or the police. It was with the city’s political leadership, starting with Mayor Van Duyne.

That message has subsequently become a staple of the Islamists. For example, local news on September 18th featured a quote from one, Khalid Hamadeh of the Islamic Association of North Texas, decrying “political leaders espousing inflammatory anti-Muslim rhetoric and creating a climate of fear.”

Mayor Van Duyne has been a prime target of the Muslim grievance industry in Texas – a fixture of the Islamists’ large and aggressive operations in the state and elsewhere – ever since last spring when she opposed the establishment of an Islamic tribunal in her city. She did so out of a legitimate concern that such an entity would serve as its counterparts have elsewhere, notably in Britain – namely, as a vehicle for dispensing “justice” as defined, not by the laws of the land, but in accordance with the Islamic supremacist code called shariah.

Another data point: Attacks on Ms. Van Duyne in connection with the Ahmed Mohamed affair appear to have been pre-arranged and synchronized, rather than the sort of reaction that builds over time. Her Facebook and Twitter accounts, and those of the city government and school district, were suddenly and massively assaulted with vehement denunciations of the treatment of this student. Some were so vile, obscene and threatening that the Mayor has been compelled to accept police protection.

It is impossible to say for certain at this point whether the campaign to smear, silence and politically destroy Mayor Beth Van Duyne – a campaign pursued for months by the Islamists and greatly enabled by the Dallas Morning News and others – was actually a premeditated and skillfully executed provocation and influence operation. What is clear, however, is that in the aftermath of the predictable response to Ahmed’s actions, it has turned into an extraordinarily successful campaign of disinformation and political warfare against an American community and its courageous and honorable mayor, the Irving school district and local law enforcement.

Either way, this larger campaign must be recognized for what it certainly is, and repudiated, not applauded – not only by protective parents of school-age children, but by patriotic Americans across the country who are opposed to Islamic supremacism and the threat it poses to us all.

Flashback to May, 2015: Imam of Texas sharia court refuses to back bill affirming American law in Irvine.

A wrap up of the debunking:


Father of Muslim bomb clock hoax defended Koran against Terry Jones in mock trial (updated)


When a Muslim storms a church threatening to kill infidel’s – Obama is silent. When a Muslim shoots up military recruiting center’s no families are contacted. No tweets (unless they are Ramadan celebrations). No one is invited to the White House. Obama wouldn’t even lower flags for American soldiers killed by a Muslim terrorist.

via Father of Muslim bomb hoax clockster was Qur’an’s defense attorney against Terry Jones in mock trial | Pamela Geller

 When I first posted this story, I said it smelled fishy. Now it positively stinks. Does this look like a clock to you?

And now the plot thickens. In what has become one of the most egregious of the faked hate narratives, the bomb hoax clockster has a family with a history of supremacist stunts.

“One of the earliest instances of the standout citizen making national news was in 2011, when he sensationally stood up to an anti-Islamic pastor and defended the Koran as its defense attorney. That mock trial at a Florida church ended with the book’s burning, to ElHassan’s claimed shock. In an interview with the Washington Post at the time, the devoted Muslim said he’d take on Rev. Terry Jones’ challenge because the holy book teaches that Muslims should engage in peaceful dialogue with Christians.”

Also in 2011, ElHassan debated Robert Spencer on “Does Islam Respect Human Rights?” Clearly, he was trying to score against a famous “Islamophobe” and thus win a name for himself.  ElHassan has been looking for publicity and chances to fight against “Islamophobia” for a considerable period.

School officials were being prudent, protecting the children. Irving, Texas has had its share of jihad and sharia. The Said sisters were honor-murdered by their father, execution-style. He is still at large. Irving Texas is only half an hour from Garland, Texas — site of jihad shooting on a free speech event in May. And the news is riddled with stories of young Muslims, just like Ahmed, all lovely, sweet achievers who suddenly — go jihad.

This story is pure agitprop most fatal. “If you see something, say something” is now racism.

Backstory: A Muslim teen bought a strange ticking device to his high school that set off alarms and fear. The student was detained for having what resembled a bomb. Officers said the clock and wires inside his Vaultz pencil case looked like a hoax bomb to them. When questioned about the device was, the student, Ahmed Mohamed, wouldn’t answer. Now terror-tied Islamic groups like Hamas-CAIR, their media lapdogs and even President Obama are waging jihad against the school.

Obama has invited Ahmed to the White House. NASA has also invited Ahmed to meet with them, as has Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook.

“Father of Muslim teen arrested for clock previously battled Fla. Koran burner, has run for president of Sudan twice,” by Nina Golgowski, New York Daily News

Update 1: A reader sent in this video:

Update 2:  UPDATE: Kid admits forethought – knew it was going to be “suspicious”….

Update 3: via Twitter Clock boy’s anti-Islamophobia Activist father just happened to have a Twitter, a hashtag & gmail account ready to go

Texas: Muslim enters church with gun, says ‘people will die today, sent by Allah’

via KPLC 7 News h/t Lisa



CHEROKEE COUNTY, TX (KLTV) -The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office has released details behind the arrest of man who made threats to a church, and told authorities that God told him to “slay infidels.”

In a statement Monday, the sheriff’s office says it received a call around 2:10 p.m. Sunday from the Corinth Church, located on Farm-to-Market Road 346 near Lake Palestine. The caller stated that a black male, wearing a camouflage helmet, camo pants, tactical vest and boots, entered the church with what appeared to be a pistol in his pocket.

The suspect was later identified as Rasheed Abdul Aziz, 40, of Jacksonville.

Aziz appeared to be distressed, the statement says, and told the congregation that he was a man of Islam, and that God had told him to “slay infidels.” Several parishoners brought Aziz into a room away from others at the church while a member of the congregation called the sheriff’s office.

Prior to deputies arriving on scene, Aziz left the church without incident, and headed northbound on FM 346 into Smith County, the sheriff’s office says. Smith County Sheriff’s Office was notified to keep a look out for the suspect, and deputies returned to the church several times throughout the evening to try and find the suspect, but to no avail.

Smith County deputies called Cherokee County around 8:20 p.m. to let them know Aziz was in custody, resulting from a call they responded to on Beautiful Hills Drive in Flint.

Aziz is charged with felon in possession of a firearm and is being held in the Smith County Jail. Additional charges are expected in Cherokee County in the next 24 hours.


More: Pastor speaks out about man who allegedly threatened his church

According to Pastor John Johnson, Aziz appeared distressed and said that god had told him to “slay infidels.”

He said people are going to die today, that’s what he said to me,” says Johnson.

Johnson says Aziz entered the church through a side door, ended up in the conference room where Johnson and others were.

The conversation with Aziz lasted about 5 minutes, and in those five minutes, Aziz reportedly told Pastor Johnson he was representing Allah and god had sanctioned him to kill and slay people. During that conversation, Johnson says that he was able to see that Aziz had a gun.

“Immediately my mind went to the fact that I knew we had several children and young members that were playing and running in the fellowship hall, I mouthed to them, this man has a weapon, I need you guys to go.”

Johnson believed that the only key to getting out alive that day was to calm Aziz down.

“I believe that his intent was when he came to our church was to actually kill somebody,” says Johnson.

Monday morning, when church deacon T.J. Johnson showed up to church, he opened the front door and found a note that Aziz had left behind.

The note says: “My name is Rasheed, you helped me at a time of need, this house is blessed by God and all faiths.”

It was a strikingly peaceful note that Pastor Johnson says does not reflect Aziz’s demeanor that day.

“It was very clear that he was very angry when he entered the building and he attempted to escalate himself,” says Johnson.

It’s a situation at this church that was brought under control; now, the pastor is thankful that everyone is safe.

The church says they are now taking extra security measures.



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