Michelle Malkin asked last month, “Where in the world is jihad pilot Adnan Shukrijumah?”
Shukrijumah has been wanted by the government for over a decade. One of his aliases, Ja’far al-Tayar, translates to ‘Jafar the pilot’, according to Malkin. The federal government issued a material witness arrest warrant for him in 2003 and placed a $5 million bounty on him. In 2010 he was indicted by a federal grand jury on terrorist charges. In July, 2004 he was reported to have met MS-13 leaders in Honduras seeking the group’s help in smuggling terrorists in to the United States through the southern border.
A Judicial Watch report released this week puts Shukrijumah in New Mexico twice in recent years along with a fellow most wanted terrorist and two alleged narco-terrorist operatives.
“During the 2010/2011 timeframe, Karakrah and Huerta met with two of the FBI’s “most wanted” terrorists: Jaber A. Elbaneh and Adnan Gulshair el Shukrijumah (a/k/a: “Javier Robles”). The meetings took place in a private home in Anthony, NM. The four men discussed the movement of drugs, money and people.