Friday, August 10, 2018

KOB TV 4: "Children Being Trained To Commit School Shootings"

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KOB-TV 4 in Taos, New Mexico reported yesterday that "the 3 adults arrested in a raid on a Northern New Mexico compound are accused of training children to commit school shootings," according to court documents.

Be informed.


KOB TV 4 says the claim was made by a foster parent to one of the 11 rescued children.

On the other hand, The Taos News said a neighbor of the group living in the compound described them as "the most kindest people I've ever met in my life," and said he saw no indications the children were being mistreated.

The old adage, "You can't tell a book by its cover," comes to mind. But from what I've seen, this book cover doesn't look anything like a "most kindest" situation.

The Taos News describes the setting: "Down a dirt track lined with sagebrush in this remote Northern New Mexico community, the lives of 16 people were hidden behind a wall of tires until Friday (August 3) when a team of officers made its way past a 'no trespassing' sign, arrested two men, detained three women and placed 11 children ranging from 1 to 15-years old into protective custody."

One child could not be found, who was thought to be there---a toddler who was reported missing from his Georgia home by his mother.

Arrest warrants charging 11 counts of child abuse, all third-degree felonies, were served on all 5 adults related to the neglect and abuse of the children found at the compound.

Horrifying details have continued to emerge in this case as more has been learned this week.

The investigation was prompted by a warrant filed in Georgia by the mother of a 3-year-old boy named Abdul -Ghani that stated that Wahhaj planned to perform an "exorcism" on the boy. The mother says her husband, Siraj Wahhaj, abducted him from Georgia.

The boy's mother is now clarifying that she really didn't mean it was an "exorcism," she meant it was going to be an Islamic prayer ritual called "ruqya" that was intended to purge her son of his medical condition.

The son has apparently suffered from hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy, had chronic seizures and was unable to walk on his own.

She stressed it was not going to be an exorcism---just prayer.

This led to the compound in New Mexico.

The New York Post has been covering the case extensively.

One of those arrested is Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, the son of an imam linked to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

The court documents show that it was Wahhaj who was training the children to carry out school shootings.

Wahhaj's father, who was born under the name of Jeffery Kearse but now uses the name, Siraj Wahhaj, is an imam in New York. He was an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

He was a character witness in the trial of mastermind Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman, also known as the "Blind Sheik."

The Post says that the elder Wahhaj is currently the head of the Majjid at-Taqwa mosque in Bedford-Stuyvesant area of New York City.

Interestingly, this is the same area David Wilkerson began his ministry which birthed Teen Challenge.

The other defendants in the compound case are the younger Siraj Wahhaj's wife, his two sisters, and his brother-in-law.

Fox News reported that the local sheriff described the occupants of the compound as "heavily armed and considered extremists of the Muslim belief."

The FBI had been watching the compound but didn't feel they had probable cause to enter it.

The County Sheriff says, "That all changed" when a Clayton County Police Detective relayed a distress message believed to have come from someone inside the compound.

The message said, "We are starving and need food and water."

This is a sad, and developing story. We will learn more about it in the coming days, but when we hear that children are being trained to be school shooters, and that they are being abused, mistreated and misused, it is heartbreaking.

On a personal note, when I read the distress message, "We are starving and need food and water"---and indeed they physically did--- this came to mind:

John 6:35:
And Jesus said to them, “I am the bread of life. He who comes to Me shall never hunger, and he who believes in Me shall never thirst."

Share the gospel with someone today.

Be Blessed. Be Thankful. Be Faithful. Be Prayerful.


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