March 19, 2009, - 3:40 pm

But I Thought There Was No Danger of Terrorist Smuggling on the Southern Border

By Debbie Schlussel
Actually, I didn’t think that. I know for a fact that smuggling of Muslims–including Islamic terrorists–goes on plenty at the Southern border. Investigative journalist Todd Bensman has written a lot about it. And there have been plenty of other stories.
But they want us to think that there’s no danger of Arab Muslims with bad intentions coming over from Mexico, so they try to hush stories like this. And they’re successful. Did you hear about this story before reading it here?:

McALLEN, TX — A Sullivan City man accused of smuggling three Iraqis into the United States is set to appear for a detention hearing tomorrow.
Prosecutors allege 28-year-old Juan De Dios Martinez Vela sneaked the men across the Rio Grande as part of a smuggling network with links to the Middle East.

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Thanks, America, For For Opening Your Southern Border

U.S. Border Patrol agents discovered the men inside Martinez’s pickup truck when he was stopped March 12 north of Los Ebanos in Hidalgo County. . . .
According to the criminal complaint filed in the case, the men told agents that they had each paid $20,000 to an Iraqi smuggler to coordinate their trip to the United States.
The men remained in the custody of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.


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Federal court documents show that Border Patrol arrested Juan de Dios Martinez-Vela during a March 12 incident in the Hidalgo County community of Los Ebanos.
A criminal complaint shows that a Border Patrol agent saw several subjects crossing the Rio Grande and getting into a vehicle.
Another Border Patrol agent posted off Military and El Faro Roads stopped a pick up truck carrying three passengers in the back.
The driver was a identified as Martinez-Vela, a 28-year-old American citizen.
The passengers did not speak English or Spanish and were later identified as:
* Wshyar Mohammed-Salih
* Majeed Aziz-Beirut
* Awat Mahmood-Qadir
Border Patrol agents learned all three men were from Iraq and had paid $20,000 to be smuggled into the United States.
The three Iraqi men told Border Patrol agents that they made their smuggling arrangements in Iraq with a man in Iraq, who works for a smuggler named “Murat”. [DS: An obviously Arabic name.]
Court records do not indicate if Martinez-Vela works for or with “Murat” but show Martinez-Vela faces human smuggling charges. . . .
Court records do not show why the Iraqi immigrants crossed illegally into the United States but many other immigrants from Iraq and Lebanon caught in the Rio Grande Valley have claimed to be Christians or war refugees seeking asylum.

Yes, and they’re often lying. And, as I’ve repeatedly noted on this site, we have no way to determine who they really are and what their religion is, nor do we make an effort.
But look at the names. Mohammed-Salih and Mahmood-Qadir are Islamic surnames. Period.
Read the federal criminal complaint against Juan De Dios Martinez Vela.

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7 Responses

Debbie, that’s just one case where they have been caught. Its quite possible there could be – and are – Al Qaeda Hezbollah/Hamas sleeper agents already in this country. Just waiting for the “right time” to be activated. Almost a decade after 9/11, America learned nothing and forgot everything.
Pray. Hard.

NormanF on March 19, 2009 at 4:05 pm

The GOP party line was that Bush kept the country safe from a major attack till he left office. True, but his willful border negligence may well have sown the seeds of an attack yet to come.

Tempus Fugit on March 19, 2009 at 5:09 pm

Gee. Big surprise. According to the libs, these people are all pouring through our borders to “do jobs American won’t do”. Ms. Napolitano, to the rescue……

Just say no to ICE on March 19, 2009 at 6:18 pm

How could Bush keep country safe when he made sure the southern border was open? Only fools believe Bush, the ‘war-president’. If Bush was serious about keeping America safe, he would not:
– Help Bin-Ladens to safety.
– Cover up for Saudis from 9/11 Commission.
– Blacken pages on Saudis from 9/11 Commission Interim Report.
– Increase the same visas 9/11 terrorists exploited – the student’s visas.
– Increase arms aid to Saudi Arabia.
Bush faught wars for Saudi Arabia while telling America he was fighting war-on-terror. How can one fight war on terror with terrorists Saudi Arabia and Pakistan as allies? But Americans are not known to think through. That’s why Bush could lie to Amricans about ‘family values’ and ‘jobs Americans do not take’ and yet get re-elected. Don’t know which party is a bigger fool. Bush, who was a Saudi puppet, or Americans, who elected and re-elected Bush.
Bush’s ‘war-on-terror’ was a war on Saudi Arabis’s worst nightmare, Saddam. No wonder Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, the terorists of 9/11, were Bush’s allies in the phony ‘war-on-terror’.
Fact is, Bush used American votes and tax-dollars to sell America to the enemy. Rest is academic.
Yes, tbe BDS charges can start, but that won’t change the above facts.

Alert on March 19, 2009 at 11:01 pm

YUP.I made a comment before on an article that Debbie wrote on this site with this title:
“The War Next Door Now the War Within: The Mess DHS’ Napolitano Allowed to Fester & Grow”.
Yes, they are already here and waiting.

Daniel on March 20, 2009 at 12:22 am

BTW, it could be Murad not Murat. Murad is an Arabic name.
At least they should get somebody who understands Arabic and familiar with the different Muslim, Arabic names, the background of the families names in the Middle East and the Islamic world.
Harder investigating without political interference should achieve results.
I hope it will not be too late before we wake up.

Daniel on March 20, 2009 at 12:39 am

By electing Clinton, electing Bush and re-electing the same Saudi puppet, and finally Barry ‘God D**n America’ Obama, how many chances can American get? Fact is, it is already too late to save America from traitors. But, good luck!

Alert on March 20, 2009 at 1:25 am

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