The capture of three ISIS terrorists in Mexico bound for the US revealed

The Islamic State intends to infiltrate the American Union by its southern border

Three alleged members of the Islamic State (ISIS) could be in Mexico with the intention of reaching the United States.

The suspects were identified as Ibrahim Mohamed and Mohamed Eissa, of Egyptian origin; and Ahamed Ghanim Mohamed Al Juburi, of Iraqi origin. For what the Federal Police has already been alerted to locate them and stop them.

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According to an intelligence report from the Department of Homeland Security of the US Government, the group of alleged terrorists was in Costa Rica on June 9 and in Panama on May 12.

The letter PF / DFF / DGRO / 29057/2019 , dated on June 21, is addressed to Inspector Francisco Rodrigo Rodríguez Galindo by the General Director of Reaction and Operation, Commissioner Mario Alberto Montaño.

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It instructs wide dissemination of the photographs of alleged terrorists in order to assist the international authorities.

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A report by the International Center for the Study of Violent Extremism (ICSVE ) revealed that members of the Islamic State wanted to infiltrate the United States through the border with Mexico and boycott the US financial system.

The former ISIS fighter, Abu Henricki, told ICSVE that in 2016 he was contacted in Syria by “Emni”, an intelligence unit of the Islamic State, to join other Trinitarian members to enter the US territory.

“They were going to move me to the Mexican side [of the southern border of the United States] from Puerto Rico, the intellectual author of the plan was a man in the US […], someone from the state of New Jersey,” the report by an independent body said. based in Brooklyn.

Elements of the Mexican Army and the Federal Police, as well as the National Institute of Migration made a tour along the Rio Grande.  (Photo: Cuartoscuro)
Elements of the Mexican Army and the Federal Police, as well as the National Institute of Migration made a tour along the Rio Grande.

Henricki said the aim of the attack was “to attack the financial system” although he did not know more details of the conspiracy planned by ISIS.

“Basically, they wanted to make financial attacks, financial attacks to paralyze the economy (of the United States),” he said.

The ex-combatant assured that the infiltrators would be Western, many of them Trinitarians, but they have already died.

“I think they died, I think they also refused, they were still around (inside the Caliphate), at the end of 2017, and then they were killed, beaten by air strikes,” he explained when confirming that he saw the bodies and attended many of the burials of the fighters.

“They wanted to use these people (to attack inside the US) because they were from these areas (that is, they speak American and English),” he added.

Trump warned about the presence of ISIS members in the migrant caravans

(Photo: AP)
(Photo: AP)

In October 2018, during the passage through Mexico of the first migrant caravans, the president of the United States, Donald Trump, warned about the presence of ISIS members among the crowd and even suggested that the Democrats financed the caravan.

On that occasion, specialists and various media discarded Trump’s assertions and insisted that it was an effort by the Republican president to influence the November 2018 elections.

The reports came from an October 11, 2018 article in Guatemala’s Prensa Libre newspaper that quoted Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales as saying that the country’s police had captured approximately 100 people related to terrorism, including ISIS. The story did not specify the period of time in which those people were discovered or detained.

Source: infobae

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