The New Mexico School Shooter Compound Leader Is The Son Of 1993 WTC Co-Conspirator And Prominent Imam Siraj Wahhaj

August 11, 2018 11:06 am  

( – If our mainstream media had any interest in actually covering the stories that mattered the most, they’d be all over the disturbing school shooter compound discovered in the New Mexico desert with the remains of a toddler child and nearly a dozen starving children.

Even more disgusting is the fact that the media selectively ignores stories like this to suit their preferred narrative, the bigger story today is that of Omarosa’s ridiculous slander against the Trump White House and more nonsense over the Manafort indictment.

Meanwhile, proof that jihad in America is alive and well goes untouched.


Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch has been covering the story, and has discovered that the father of the leader of the compound, and the man who was arrested as his 4-year-old son’s remains were found, is none other than a man named a potential co-conspirator in the 1993 WTC bombings.

Siraj Wahhhaj’s father, also named Siraj Wahhaj, is one of the most prominent imams in the United States, and is much in demand on the Islamic lecture circuit. The elder Wahhaj was designated a “potential unindicted co-conspirator” in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. he earned the designation by sponsoring talks in the early 1990s by the Blind Sheikh, Omar Abdel Rahman, in mosques in New York City and New Jersey; Rahman was later convicted for conspiring to blow up the World Trade Center in 1993.

Wahhaj Senior has also warned that the United States will fall unless it “accepts the Islamic agenda.” He has also asserted that “if only Muslims were clever politically, they could take over the United States and replace its constitutional government with a caliphate.”

What’s more, Wahhaj Jr has been on the FBI’s radar fo 13 years, and yet they did nothing to prevent him from setting up a training compound for school shooters.

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