There's shocking news around the New Mexico compound in which at least eleven children were housed and trained to commit school shootings, where it appears that the culprit and mastermind may have actually been an illegal alien as well as an extremist Muslim.
The makeshift compound, located in the hot desert heat, was used by at least five radical Islamic extremists to both house as well as indoctrinate eleven children between the ages of one-year-old and fifteen, who were forced to endure starvation alongside sexual and physical abuse at the hands of the Islamic sect.
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The 84-year-old founder of the sect, Brooklyn-based Imam Siraj Wahhaj, had planned for the commune to be held in the hot desert sun, of which his eldest son Ibn Wahhaj, and two daughters Hujrah, 38, and Subhanah, 35, also once attended the Imam’s mosque, Masjid Al-Taqwa, prior to daughter-in-law Leveille rising to prominence, carefully masterminding the commune’s construction in New Mexico.
Leveille is alleged to have been able to manipulate the other Islamic extremists by claiming that she was a “Messiah,” and being able to “set herself up as the interpreter of God's word,” a sentiment the rest of the commune fully believed in.
Originally seeking a legal visa to be within the United States of America, Leveille had long since expired her immigration orders to remain in the country but due to the fact that the other members of the commune believed Leveille was literarily chosen by God, there was little desire to see the mastermind sister pushed out of power.
“Leveille has been unlawfully present in the US for more than 20 years after overstaying the validity of her non-immigrant visitor visa,” ICE said in a statement.
Authorities say that a handwritten letter from back in December, believed to have been written by Leveille, directed other would-be members to drain their bank accounts prior to arriving at the commune, and in return would be promised protection.
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“Take all your money out of the bank and bring your guns,” the letter stated. “Allah says he will protect you always, so follow, until he makes you die as a martyr as you wanted and the only way is by joining the righteous (us).”
“She is the main culprit behind this whole situation,” a source close to Leveille told<a href="https://m.theepochtimes.com/new-mexico-compound-detainee-handed-to-immigration-services_2624959.html"> The Epoch Times</a>. “Everything they did they did it because she was telling them to do it because they really believed she was getting revelations from God.”
The Taos County Sheriff, Jerry Hogrefe, said that each of the occupants of the desert compound “was most likely heavily armed and considered extremist of the Muslim belief,” believing that this radical sect no doubt planned to carry out attacks on the name of their religion.
Earlier this month, the compound was raided in a joint operation by both the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency and the Taos County Sheriff's Office, where eleven children were found to be in the clutches of the commune, and five adults were active on the grounds of the radical Islamic training center.
Jany Leveille, also known as Maryam, is both believed to be the ringleader of the commune, and an illegal alien originating from Haiti.
District Judge Sarah Backus set bail at $20,000 for each of the Islamic defendants on August 13th and ordered each of those who will make bail to wear ankle monitors and meet weekly with their attorneys until trial. Judge Backus has also banned them from using alcohol and firearms, but Leveille won't be able to have that opportunity in the first place since the mastermind was taken into custody by ICE per a deportation holder.
“The state alleges that there was a big plan afoot,” Judge Backus said, in rendering her decision. “But the state hasn’t shown to my satisfaction, in clear and convincing evidence, what that plan was.”
Prosecutors say that there were more than eleven children present, and at one time, there was a twelfth cud, now deceased, who suffered from repeated exorcism-like rituals, in which further caused a disabled child to suffer in agony on the premises.
The form of “faith-healing” being performed on behalf of the tribalist Islamic sect simply ignored the very real disabilities of the twelfth child, who was only 3-years-old, and during one incident the boy fell unconscious and died as a result, which was witnessed by two of the other children kept in custody at the compound.
FBI special agent Travis Taylor said that a thirteen-year-old and a fifteen-year-old were forced to endure the countless ceremonies involving the three-year-old, and actually watched the young boy lose his life during the ritual.
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The fifteen-year-old said that he was told by the Imams that the spirit of the dead 3-year-old would return “as Jesus,” in order to direct the commune in carrying out their planned violent attacks against society.
Special Agent Taylor said that of the prospective targets of the commune, he knows that there was the talk of striking “the financial system, law enforcement, the education system.”
During the raids, law enforcement located several semiautomatic rifles and numerous handguns, as well as the remains of the twelfth child, which were found hidden inside of tunnels that were dug from inside the compound to an opening 100 feet away, where the children were forced to engage in the labor necessary to dig the tunnels.
The popular Brooklyn-based Imam, whose family has sought refuge in the desert, says he has no idea why his offspring decided to build the commune, but that a mental disorder likely attributed to the activities and beliefs of those present.
The Imam is the leader of the Muslim Alliance in North America and was also the former Vice-President of the Islamic Society of North America, both of which swear to abide by peace, leaving many asking how his relatives could have engaged in such behavior.
The mosque itself has previously been connected with Islamist extremists, including a terrorist who played a crucial role in the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center in New York City.
“Wahhaj has espoused support for radical Muslim causes and was an unindicted co-conspirator in the [bombing],” according to a 2011 training manual for new FBI agents.
In previous years, Wahhaj also appeared as a defense witness at the criminal trial of the “Blind Sheikh,” Omar Abdel-Rahman, who would be convicted in 1995 of plotting terrorist attacks in the United States of America, and was considered as one of the most dangerous terrorists of the time.
Linda Sarsour, the infamous radical Anti-Trump puppet master often credited with helping to found the Women’s March in 2017; once said that Imam Wahhaj was her “mentor, and motivator, and encourager,” and went on to say that he was her “favorite person in this room,” during a speech by Sarsour given at the 2017 convention of the Islamic Society of North America.
These aren't exactly innocent Muslims, these are globalist tools who want to see this nation brought to its knees.
“Mariam is the one who’s practicing that black magic on them,” said Tariq Abdur Rashid, whose daughter is married to Ibn Wahhaj’s brother.
Apparently, Mariam is able to manipulate those around the compound of having some type of superhuman powers, a clear-cut hoax, but further underscoring the absolute state of mind of those in attendance at the commune.
Most agree, that Marian, or Leveille, is the sole manipulator of the five and the twelve children, and had federal law enforcement agencies not intervened when they did, you would likely see a terrorist attack in the wake of such radical training.
According to the FBI, each of the children kept in the commune was trained daily to fire the weapons and were told they would use the firearms at public schools in order to seek revenge for God.
As if there were any doubt that Islam poses a threat to all of civilization, combine that with a dangerous and mentally ill illegal alien mastermind, and weaponry, and no doubt a terrifying terror attack was averted here.
Members of the public who have information about foreign fugitives are urged to contact ICE by calling the ICE tip line at 1-866-347-2423 or internationally at 001-1802-872-6199.
<a href="https://www.ice.gov/webform/hsi-tip-form">They can also submit a tip over the internet by completing ICE’s online form by clicking here.</a>
We should be incredibly thankful this commune was shut down when it was before blood was spilled en masse as some sort of ceremonial killings in the name of Islam.
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