AN ISLAMIC compound in New Mexico in the United States was raided by federal agents this week, with young recruits having been found to have been trained to undertake mass school shootings.
Fox News reported that one of the men arrested in the raid on a “filthy” New Mexico compound inhabited by a group believed to be “extremist of the Muslim belief” reportedly planned an “exorcism” on a 3-year-old boy and is the son of a controversial New York City imam linked to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.
Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 39, was among the five adults arrested when authorities on Friday searched the makeshift desert structure in Amalia, near the Colorado border.
Officials said they found 11 children, ages 1 to 15, living in squalid condition there. The mothers of the 11 children — Jany Leveille, 35, Hujrah Wahhaj, 38, and Subhannah Wahhaj, 35 — and Lucas Morton were also arrested.
In his 2017 bestseller ‘No Go Zones: How Sharia Law is Coming to a Neighborhood Near You’, author Raheem Kassam detailed how such compounds existed in the United States.
He wrote: “Fuqra is one of the most extreme examples of Islamic fundamentalism manifesting itself in the United States. Its methods, including the creation of compounds such as ‘Islamberg’ in New York state, 6 are both extreme and hardly commonplace. Far more prevalent is the tactic of creating introspective, ghettoized communities, such as in Tower Hamlets in East London. And we have seen such strategies, whether organic or planned, take root in the United States too.”
While the New Mexico compound is not believed to have been a part of the Fuqra cult, Kassam’s reporting of such enclaves have been routinely denied by the political left and the multicultural lobby.
“Fuqra is one of the most extreme examples of Islamic fundamentalism manifesting itself in the United States,” Kassam wrote, adding: “Its methods, including the creation of compounds such as ‘Islamberg’ in New York state, 6 are both extreme and hardly commonplace. Far more prevalent is the tactic of creating introspective, ghettoized communities, such as in Tower Hamlets in East London. And we have seen such strategies, whether organic or planned, take root in the United States too.”
In the book’s conclusion, he stated: “It is naive to ignore the impact Islam has had on the areas where it is allowed to supplant native cultures. Sevran’s cafes and coffee shops were not always devoid of women. Today, however, they are almost exclusively populated by men who claim, “Women are not banned here but this is a place for men. A practicing Muslim woman who knows her religion would not come here.” The more closed the communities in these areas are, the more inundated they become with foreign customs that are counterintuitive to modern Western civilization. They also become more susceptible to foreign governance like Sharia law as is evidenced by the disturbing links between radical Islam and Fuqra communes, such as Islamville in South Carolina.
Asked for comment on the recent revelations, he told Politicalite exclusively: “Denial of such communities has been prevalent on the political left for decades. While, thankfully, law enforcement still takes such threats seriously, the amount of political pressure applied on the likes of the FBI and others to ignore such issues is underscored by this week’s raid. If as the left wants, nothing is done about this scourge, there will be blood on the hands of every single person who has effectively lobbied in favour of fundamentalist Islam”.