Terrorism is much closer to home than the Obama administration is willing to admit.
The Islamic State’s ISIS terrorist organization is operating a training camp just a few miles from the Mexican-American Southern border, Mexican officials have confirmed, according to a bombshell report by Judicial Watch.
ISIS’s training camp is closest to El Paso, Texas, a border city in the Lone Star state, with only eight miles out from the Southern border.
The training camp, referred to as “Anapra” is situated just west of Ciudad Juárez in the Mexican state of Chihuahua, with another ISIS cell to the US in Puerto Palomas, which targets the New Mexico towns of Columbus and Deming.
According to Judicial Watch, the Juárez Cartel is helping move ISIS fighters across the border and between Santa Teresa and Sunland Park, New Mexico.
The same Juárez Cartel is also helping push ISIS terrorists through the Southern border between Acala and Fort Hancock, Texas, which was specifically chosen by Islamic State leaders because of its understaffed municipal and county law enforcement.
Mexican intelligence sources for Judicial Watch reported that ISIS is intending to exploit the railways and airlines near the Texas area of Santa Teresa.
ISIS apparently already has so-called “spotters” East Potrillo Mountains of New Mexico to help with terrorist border crossing operations.
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