Al Qaeda in the Heartland

Alarming FBI Video Shows What Many Have Been Warning About for Years

Jason Howerton
The Balze


Image source: ABC News

Image source: ABC News


Dozens of suspected terrorist bombmakers, some of which reportedly targeted American troops, may have been inadvertently permitted entry into the United States as war refugees, according to a bombshell report from ABC News.

ABC also obtained exclusive video of an Al Qaeda-linked terrorist, who was resettled in Kentucky as an Iraq “war refugee” after he allegedly killed American soldiers, handling heavy weapons in a storage locker in America’s heartland. The FBI believes the weapons were to be sent back to insurgents in Iraq.

Suspected terrorist Waad Ramadan Alwan can be seen in FBI video “expertly field stripping what the FBI identified as a Russian PKM machine gun,” the report said. Federal agents reportedly surveilled Alwan for a period of time and were able to identify one of his accomplices, Mohanad Shareef Hammadi, who is seen in the footage handling a Stinger missile launcher and a rocket-propelled grenade launcher…

…Due to a seriously flawed U.S. refugee screening system, Alwan and Hammadi were resettled in Bowling Green, Ky., even though both were detained by Iraqi authorities during the war, federal prosecutors revealed…


The entire article, with video, is at The Blaze.



Related: American Muslim in Syria: We’ve Come to Spread Sharia Over the Earth, and We’ll Kill Anyone in Our Way 

What can we expect from the American Muslims when they return to the US?

Here’s the crazy part: Obama is backing these savages. Note the music in the video, the melding of the inane drone of jihadic prayer with ….. cowboy twanging. No, seriously…




Update:  U.S. Says Dozens of Americans Have Sought to Join Rebels in Syria

Dozens of Americans have traveled or tried to travel to Syria to fight with the rebels against the government of President Bashar al-Assad since 2011, American intelligence officials said Wednesday…



H/T Michael Yon



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