It’s Not Just Central/South Americans — 157 Terrorists Who Were Caught Trying to Enter America Illegally

Monday, June 3, 2019
By Paul Martin

JUNE 3, 2019

As you read through this article, it is important to ask yourself one very important question…

How many have made it through?

I came across a November 2018 article by Todd Bensman today and I thought I should share part of it with you. This is NOT just about poor Central and South Americans looking for a better life. This is also about a bunch of people, with bad intentions, who would love to destroy America. They are already here and reinforcements are arriving every day.

Check out this excerpt from Bensman’s article:

This prosecution demonstrates the vigilance of the federal government in detecting and disabling individuals who seek to enter the country illegally with the purpose of doing harm. We will continue to be aggressive in protecting our borders and seeking severe punishment for those who violate our laws.

— Western District of Texas U.S. Attorney Robert Pittman, speaking of the sentencing of a Somali al-Shabaab terrorist who crossed the Mexico-Texas border, July 25, 2013.

So what kind of bad individuals have tried to cross our border and been apprehended? Here is a short list from Bensman’s CIS article:

Abdulahi Sharif, Somalia, detained in Alberta, Canada, September 2017, ISIS

While other extremist border-crossers have been prosecuted for supporting terrorism, asylum fraud, and false statements about terrorism, Sharif allegedly went on to stab a police officer and conduct two vehicle ramming attacks in Edmonton, Alberta, in September 2017. His attack while carrying an ISIS flag injured a police officer and four other people. It soon emerged that some years earlier, in 2011, Sharif smuggled through Latin America and Mexico to the California border.6 After an immigration judge ordered him deported, he made bond and crossed the Canadian border and achieved refugee status. Within 36 months, however, Canada’s federal anti-terrorism police were investigating claims that he held “genocidal beliefs” consistent with extremist ISIS ideology.7

Ibrahim Qoordheen, Somalia, detained in Costa Rica, March 2017, probable al-Shabaab

Costa Rican immigration authorities apprehended Qoordheen after he had passed through Panama en route to the U.S. border.8 In a statement released to the public, Costa Rica’s security ministry announced that U.S. authorities “confirmed that the person is allegedly linked to international terrorist organizations and sought his immediate detention to begin investigating the case.” Qoordheen had been fingerprinted and released when apprehended in Panama and was detained in Costa Rica after U.S. immigration authorities alerted Costa Rican law enforcement that he was en route, strongly suggesting that derogatory intelligence about Qoordheen was already in hand.

Unidentified Afghan national, reported smuggled into the United States, between 2014-2016, Pakistani Taliban

In 2017, federal prosecutors convicted Sharafat Ali Khan, a Pakistani human smuggler based in Brazil, for transporting between 25 and 99 illegal immigrants from Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Afghanistan from Brazil to Texas and California over the Mexican border. According to the Washington Times, at least one of Khan’s customers was an Afghan “who authorities said was involved in a plot to conduct an attack in the U.S. or Canada and had family ties to members of the Taliban.”9 No secondary corroboration for the report could be found, but it also has not been disputed, retracted, or corrected. The newspaper reported that “documents reviewed by The Times” said the Afghan man was listed on the U.S. No Fly List and in the TSDB for family ties to Taliban terrorists. At an October 2017 sentencing hearing, U.S. District Judge Reggie B. Walton did not mention the Afghan, but admonished Khan, “You don’t know whether they’re seeking a better life or whether they’re tying to get in here to engage in terrorism. People could have died, people could have gotten injured, families could have lost loved ones.”10

Muhammad Azeem and Mukhtar Ahmad, Pakistani nationals, Mexico-California border, September 2015, affiliation unknown

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