Friday, December 1, 2023

Texas: Muslim on Terror Watch List Murders SWAT Cop and Two Hostages, Had Bomb-Making Materials: How Many More Ahmed Mohamed Nassars are Among Us; Hamas Militants 'may potentially' Try Crossing Southern Border, US Officials Warn

Texas: Muslim on Terror Watch List Murders SWAT Cop and Two Hostages, Had Bomb-Making Materials:
How many more Ahmed Mohamed Nassars are among us?
If a Muslim in Texas had been able to carry out his plans, there could have been dozens, even hundreds killed. He was stopped, but others will keep trying.
Ahmed Mohamed Nassar, 35, a resident of South Austin, was on the terror watch list, but the feds clearly weren’t watching. They were too busy hunting for Jan. 6 “insurrectionists” and “white supremacists.” CBS Austin reported that on Saturday, “the incident began at 2:49 a.m. with a 911 call from a stabbing victim.” Police arrived within about ten minutes, and discovered that two others had been hurt as well. They were inside the house with Nassar.
The situation escalated quickly. CBS’s report adds that “a third victim of Nassar escaped and was located by officers, reporting the suspect still possessed a knife. APD officers attempted a rescue at around 3 a.m., but were fired upon by Nassar, leading to a SWAT callout.” Once the SWAT team arrived, Nassar, who was wearing body armor and had a rifle, started firing upon it as well.
In the melee, two police officers were shot. “Despite medical efforts, Officer Jorge ‘George’ Pastore, 38, died from his injuries. The second officer was treated and later released from the hospital.” And inside the home, there were two more victims: Eman Ahmed El Nemr-Nassar, 63, and Riad Mohamed Nassar, 32. Ahmed Mohamed Nassar was also found dead, apparently killed in his gun battle with police.
Austin’s KXAN reported Tuesday that once Austin police “inspected the scene on Nov. 11, it was determined it would be beneficial to have the Evidence Recovery Team with the Federal Bureau of Investigation assist in the processing of the scene.” They found “body armor and protective plates to include ballistic helmets as well as arm or leg protection; night vision goggles, firearms, and ammunition; targets that have been shot by a firearm,” and most importantly, “explosive devices or bomb-making materials.” The local police and the FBI also searched neighbors’ yards but wouldn’t say what they found. --->READ MORE HERE
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Hamas militants 'may potentially' try crossing southern border, US officials warn:
Militants associated with the Israel-Hamas war “may potentially be encountered at the southwest border," U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials in San Diego recently warned in an internal intelligence notice.
"[I]ndividuals inspired by, or reacting to, the current Israel-Hamas conflict may attempt travel to or from the area of hostilities in the Middle east via circuituous transit across the Southwest border,” reads the notice, sent Friday, in part.
The intel document shows various insignias worn by Hamas, the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad group. It informs CBP personnel to be vigilant for military-age men wearing military gear and traveling alone at the border.
A CBP spokesperson said in a statement that the agency has no indication Hamas has directed foreign militants to make entry into the U.S.
The agency did not confirm or deny the information reported about the intelligence notice but said CBP routinely provides its personnel with information to maintain “situational awareness.”
CBP intelligence offices regularly generate reports on potential threats to border security. Naming particular groups may indicate that officials have specific intelligence based on the severity of potential threats outside the U.S. --->READ MORE HERE
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