ISIS Enters U.S. From Mexico

The United States government and anyone else paying attention have known for decades that Muslim leaders have been preaching the overthrow of western nations. Problems arising since Germany’s Merkel and other European Union (EU) leaders invited the mass migration of Muslims into their countries to bolster an aging workforce – notably soaring crime rates, civil disobedience, and destruction of public and private property – make European headlines on a daily basis.

Where is this new violence coming from? What is behind the “rape culture” Muslims have brought with them to their new host countries? How can we reconcile atrocious acts of Islamic terrorism happening right now in the EU with liberal assurances that all is well and anyone who questions that opinion is “Islamophobic” – unreasonably fearful of a religious group?

It is important that every non-Muslim understands that the fundamentalist, militant group called the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has a long-term plan to re-establish an international caliphate that would rule everyone and subjugate all infidels – non-believers of Islam.

“The definition of caliphate is ‘government under a caliph.’ A caliph is a spiritual leader of Islam who claims succession from Muhammad. The word stems from the Arabic khalifa meaning ‘successor,'” informs Dictionary.com.

Few Americans alive today know that there was a powerful Islamic caliphate within the last 100 years. The Ottoman Caliphate endured from 1517 to 1924, under the Ottoman dynasty of the Ottoman Empire. It was the last Sunni Islamic caliphate of the late medieval and the early modern era.

Devout Muslims want that power back. In particular, ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has appealed to his brethren for a worldwide caliphate. This man, representing his fellow followers of a major world religion, leads a global terrorist network seeking to establish a radical Islamic empire in Iraq and the Levant. He is pro-beheadings and the U.S. currently has a $25 million bounty for information that would lead to his capture – and he was #73 on the Forbes 2018 list of Powerful People.

The April 8, 2006 Daily Times of Pakistan reported that, at a rally held in Islamabad, the militant group Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan “called for the formation of a worldwide caliphate, which was to begin in Pakistan. In 2014, Baghdadi claimed the successful creation of a worldwide caliphate.”

On December 19, 2018, U.S. President Trump declared victory against ISIS and announced that our troops would come home. On February 28, 2019, Trump announced: “we just took over 100% caliphate.”

But U.S. national security advisor John Bolton contradicted his boss on television in early March 2019 when he stated, “The ISIS threat will remain.”

Despite silence from the liberal media, militant Islamic extremists are going forward with their stated, overt plan to infiltrate and take over control of western governments, including the United States.

Months before the horrific 9/11 attacks on U.S. soil in 2001, in May, Adolfo Aguilar Zinser, former national security adviser of Mexico, reported that “Islamic terrorist groups are using Mexico as a refuge.”

There is even an acronym for non-Hispanic people in Mexico who cross the southern U.S. border without waiting in the long line of asylum seekers: OTM stands for illegal aliens who are “Other Than Mexican,” while SIA means “Special Interest Aliens” from any of 34 nations, such as Iraq, Iran, Libya, Syria, Afghanistan, Sudan, Somalia, Pakistan, and Yemen – all countries who harbor Islamic terrorists.

The Center for Security Policy reported that, during the two-year period 2008 to 2010, an estimated 180,000 OTMs “were believed to have crossed the border illegally.” In that same period, 1,918 SIAs were stopped at the border.

Border patrol officials admit that for every illegal alien caught entering the United States, an unknown number of others make it through. U.S. property owners near the Mexican border have reported finding Islamic prayer rugs left behind as groups of illegals head further north.

“Law enforcement sources in Arizona have told me that it has become increasingly common for Muslims in Mexico to change their Islamic surnames to Hispanic sounding names to facilitate moving across the border. Apologists claim this is simply to avoid discrimination,” wrote Christopher Holton for the Center for Security Policy.

In late November 2018, a report on security weaknesses at the U.S. border with Mexico made headlines with the shocking news that terrorists from mostly Middle East criminal networks have hidden among migrants entering the country illegally.”

Even the liberals who wrote the report had to admit that there is a clear and present danger of ISIS infiltration into the U.S. from our southern neighbor:

“While President Trump may have raised the prospect of terrorist border infiltration to gain political advantage, facts would support his contention that Middle Easterners from places like Syria, Iraq, and Egypt, as well as from South Asia and the Horn of Africa, do indeed routinely travel the same routes as Hondurans to the U.S. southern border and that some terrorist suspects have traveled among them.”

Meanwhile, thousands of miles from America, in a Syrian refugee camp, National Public Radio (NPR) quoted a woman unhappily interned there. Having read this article, perhaps you will appreciate the chilling significance of these words, spoken by an anonymous, war-torn, Muslim female who blames the U.S. government for bombing her world into oblivion:

“This is injustice — we pray for the caliphate to return.”

It is an established fact that militant extremist Muslims are entering the United States from Mexico. Their ultimate purpose is to topple the U.S. government and subjugate all non-Muslims. This is not paranoia since “you’re not paranoid if they are really out to get you.”

Another woman interned in the Syrian refugee camp told NPR’s female reporter, Jane Arraf:

“If you became Muslim and cover like us and became a member of our religion, you would not be killed.”


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