REVEALED: Muslim extremist ringleader of New Mexico compound where children were ‘trained to become school shooters’ tested positive for explosives in 2004 when travelling from NYC to Saudi – but was NOT detained

Monday, August 13, 2018
By Paul Martin

Siraj Wahhaj, his wife, two sisters, and a friend were arrested by New Mexico authorities
They allegedly kept 11 starving children in a ramshackle compound in the desert while training them to commit school shooting
Former NYPD detective says family has history of alleged links to extremism
Wahhaj’s father, Siraj Wahhaj Sr, is an imam at a Brooklyn mosque that was surveilled by NYPD after 9/11
The ex-detective, Michael Zotto, says imam went to same Brooklyn mosque once visited by Mohammed Atta, the ringleader of the 9/11 hijackers
The imam also testified as a character witness for Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman, the blind Egyptian cleric convicted in the 1990s for plotting terror attacks in U.S.

13 August 2018

The Muslim man arrested in a New Mexico compound along with four other adults and 11 children last week once allegedly tested positive for an explosive residual substance before a flight to Saudi Arabia three years after 9/11 – but was never detained.

Siraj Wahhaj Jr is the man who was allegedly armed while holding the group of starving children in a ramshackle site out in the New Mexico desert before Taos County sheriff’s deputies raided the compound and arrested him.

Wahhaj, who was wanted by authorities after his disabled three-year-old son, Abdul Ghani, was reported missing in Georgia, was allegedly training children to commit school shootings.

Abdul Ghani’s remains were found at the compound on what would have been his fourth birthday.

Siraj’s two sisters, his wife, and a friend were also arrested and charged.

A retired New York Police Department detective said on Sunday that news of the arrest of Wahhaj did not surprise him because of the family’s alleged links to extremism.

Michael Zotto told WPIX-TV that after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the NYPD began monitoring the Masjid al Taqwa mosque on Fulton Street in Brooklyn.

That mosque was run by Imam Siraj Wahhaj Sr, Siraj Wahhaj’s father.

‘Wahhaj himself, Senior, was always espousing hatred for America,’ Zotto said.

‘He wanted to start a caliphate government here, a Muslim government here.’

Wahhaj Sr. told reporters at a news conference from his mosque that he was shocked to hear that his son was allegedly training children to commit violence.

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