On June 21, the Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) division of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security issued an alert to the Mexican Federal Police, warning that intelligence sources indicate that a terror cell, consisting of three members of the Islamic State (ISIS) were either in Mexico, or about to enter the county. Of course, their ultimate destination is believed to be the United States.
The Mexican Federal Police were asked to apprehend Amahed Ghanim Mohamed Al Jabari, an Iraqi national; Ibrahim Mohamed and Mohamed Eissa, from Egypt, who were confirmed to be in Panama on May 12, and then in Costa Rica on June 9, according to HSI.
The notice was addressed to the inspector Francisco Rodrigo Rodríguez Galindo, by the general director of Reaction and Operation, Commissioner Mario Alberto Montaño.
Amahed Ghanim Mohamed Al Jabari was taken into custody in Costa Rica on June 24, according to HSI.
This case demonstrates the veracity of claims that have been coming from the Border Patrol for several years that terrorists are exploiting our porous border with Mexico.
*Not surprisingly, the MSM has completely ignored this story, as it does not fit their ‘open borders’ agenda.