Mexico: ISIS may be operating near U.S. border

Posted on April 14, 2015 • Filed under: Border Crossings, Mexico, Terrorism

inquisitr.com reported the Islamic State (ISIS) reportedly is operating in northern Mexico, just minutes from the U.S. border and a few miles from El Paso, Texas. If this latest report from Judicial Watch is accurate, ISIS is working alongside drug cartels and human traffickers to penetrate the U.S. homeland from a dangerous, gang-controlled staging area in Mexico known as Anapra. U.S. law enforcement officials, however, insist that the Judicial Watch account has no verification and that it is unlikely that ISIS has set up shop in the Anapra area, near Ciudad Juarez, in the state of Chihuahua. A consistent foe of Obama administration policies, Judicial Watch claims that it obtained this information about an ISIS camp in our backyard from Mexican military and police sources. Read Article

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