Hizbullah Partners with Mexican Drug Cartels

(Ynet News) Eldad Beck - U.S. intelligence indicates that Mexico is home to some 200,000 Syrian and Lebanese immigrants - most of them illegal - who were able to cross the border via an extensive web of contacts with drug cartels. Western intelligence agencies have gathered ample evidence suggesting that the drug cartels in Mexico - which are the de facto rulers of the northern districts bordering the U.S. - are in cahoots with Islamic terror organizations. In December 2011, U.S. authorities released an indictment against Lebanese drug lord Ayman Juma, which exposed Hizbullah's involvement with the Los Zetas drug cartel, the most technologically advanced and most dangerous cartel operating in Mexico. Hizbullah is helping the drug lords build smuggling tunnels under the U.S.-Mexico border. A 2009 Department of Homeland Security wiretap recorded Professor Abdallah Nafisi, a Kuwaiti clergyman and known al-Qaeda recruiter, boasting about the ease by which nonconventional weapons can be smuggled into the U.S. through the Mexican drug tunnels. "Ten pounds of anthrax in a medium-size suitcase, carried by a Jihad warrior through the tunnels, can kill 300,000 Americans in one hour," he said. "It will make 9/11 look like peanuts."

2013-01-01 00:00:00

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