Bombshell: Top Al-Qaeda terrorist held meetings in New Mexico this year

Bombshell: Top Al-Qaeda terrorist held meetings in New Mexico this year

Michelle Malkin asked last month, “Where in the world is jihad pilot Adnan Shukrijumah?”

Sources for the watchdog group Judicial Watch say they have the answer: The ‘Most Wanted’ al Qaeda terrorist was conspiring with narco-terrorists in New Mexico in March of this year.

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.

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