Wednesday, April 3, 2024

ILLEGAL Migrant from Lebanon Caught at Border Admitted He’s a Hezbollah Terrorist Hoping ‘to make a bomb’ — and was Headed for NY; Meet the Terrorist Next Door, Welcomed by Joe Biden: Biden's Broken Border has Allowed Terror Suspects to Cross. 58 were Captured Already This Fiscal Year

Illegal migrant from Lebanon caught at border admitted he’s a Hezbollah terrorist hoping ‘to make a bomb’ — and was headed for NY:
A Lebanese migrant who was caught sneaking over the border admitted he’s a member of Hezbollah, he hoped to make a bomb, and his destination was New York, The Post can reveal.
Basel Bassel Ebbadi, 22, was caught by the US Border Patrol on March 9 near El Paso, Texas. While in custody, he was asked what he was doing in the US, to which he replied, “I’m going to try to make a bomb,” according to a Border Patrol document exclusively obtained by The Post.
But Ebbadi later claimed in an interview that he had been trying to flee Lebanon and Hezbollah because he “didn’t want to kill people” and said “once you’re in, you can never get out,” according to internal US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) documents.
Ebbadi said in a sworn interview after his arrest that he had trained with Hezbollah for seven years and served as an active member guarding weapons locations for another four years, the documents show.
Ebbadi’s training focused on “jihad” and killing people “that was not Muslim,” he said.
Border agents continue to see a surge in migrants whose names appear on the terror watchlist entering the US illegally as crossings continue at record levels.
Hezbollah, an Iran-backed terror group, has launched missiles into northern Israel following Hamas’ attack on Oct. 7 that have killed about a dozen Israeli soldiers and seven civilians.
Ebbadi didn’t have documents when he entered the US, claiming he was robbed “with a knife” in Costa Rica, according to the ICE documents.
He also admitted to using a fake birthday and name in Sweden, Ecuador — where he claimed his father resides — and Panama this year.
He said he had originally hoped to go to New York and then move around the country. --->READ MORE HERE
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Meet the terrorist next door, welcomed by Joe Biden:
Biden's broken border has allowed terror suspects to cross. 58 were captured already this fiscal year
Imagine living next door to an individual on the FBI’s terror watch list. This is a terrifying thought that has become a dangerous reality – maybe more often than anyone could fathom – under the administration of President Joseph R. Biden.
Over the past few months, we have seemingly observed a new wrinkle in the deluge of suspected terrorists actually being caught at the border. We know about the suspected terrorists who were identified and arrested between ports of entry (169 at the southern border in FY23, and 58 so far in FY24) – not to speak of the hundreds of thousands of ‘gotaways’ whose identities are not known.
What many people may not comprehend, though, is that there are other suspected terrorists (or some who were affiliated with terrorists) who were caught, but released because of inaccurate or incomplete information during their processing.
Yes, you heard that right. Our own government has had suspected terrorists held for processing and allowed them to walk free into a community – possibly near you.
One such story happened recently, when Americans learned that the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrested a suspected terrorist inside the country. Shockingly, the apprehension occurred over 10 months after the man from Somalia was encountered and released by the U.S. Border Patrol at the southern border.
How did this suspected terrorist manage to walk out of the hands of border agents and settle into a community around unsuspecting American families for months on end? According to a media report, the individual’s name was run through the terror watch list, but the search came up empty due to a "mismatch."
This frightening episode is not the only time the Biden border crisis has allowed a suspected terrorist to walk free in a United States town or city.
In October 2023, ICE announced that Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) in New York City had arrested a Mauritanian or Senegalese citizen, who was wanted by officials in his home country for suspected terrorism. --->READ MORE HERE
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