FBI Uncovers ANOTHER Jihadi Training Camp on Land Owned by Siraj Wahhaj

It is reportedly connected to the jihadi training compound uncovered last year in New Mexico.

Published 1 month ago on May 11, 2019
By Peter D'Abrosca

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has uncovered another terrorist training camp on land owned by Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, this time in Alabama.

The FBI described the land as a “makeshift military-style obstacle course” in Macon County, Alabama, “belonging to a small group of terrorists led by Siraj Wahhaj,” according to KTVL.

Wahhaj was arrested last year in connection to a property raided by law enforcement in New Mexico on which 11 kidnapped children were found. One boy was determined to have been murdered on the land. Authorities said the land was being used as a “training ground” for school shootings and terror attacks.

“Federal records NBC 15 News uncovered show terror suspects captured at their compound in New Mexico last year had a second compound here in Alabama,” according to NBC15. “That property is owned by terror suspect Siraj Wahhaj, who is accused of plotting attacks against the government. The FBI believes his group spent time at that Alabama compound.”

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Ibn Wahhaj’s father, also named Siraj Wahhaj, is an Imam at a Brooklyn mosque. he is an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombings.

Radical leftwing activist Linda Sarsour is a supporter of the elder Wahhaj, and called him a “mentor,” “motivator,” and “encourager” in a 2017 speech to the Islamic Society of North America.

Wahhaj reportedly said he was “stunned by his son’s actions and tipped off law enforcement about the conditions at the New Mexico compound last year.”