CNN and the Democrat party Have Links to the Suspected Terror Trainers at the New Mexico Compound

Siraj Wahhaj
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Greg Reese of InfoWars reports that all five of suspects who were arrested on suspicion of training children to shoot up schools are related: Siraj Wahhaj is married to suspect Jany Leveille, and the other two women, Hujrah and Subhannah Wahhaj, are his sisters. Subhannah Wahhaj is married to suspect Lucas Morton. Siraj, Hujrah and Subhannah Wahhaj are the progeny of Imam Siraj Wahhaj, who is believed to have been involved in the bombing of the World Trade Center in 1993. The Imam is the spiritual leader of Marxist Linda Sarsaur, the organizer of the Women’s March. The Imam was reportedly the guest of Hillary Clinton’s Department of State and Obama’s White House. He has been quoted as saying that it is “out duty as Muslims to replace the US Constitution with the Quran,” and belongs to a club that seeks to establish a caliphate or kingdon governed by Sharia law. Hujrah Wahhaj, who is accused of child abuse, mentored children prior to her arrest, and she appeared as a reporter for CNN. In December 2018, Siraj Wahhaj was reported to local police for kidnapping his 3-year old son who was later found dead, the victim of ritual murder. Two months after the child was reported missing, Wahhaj bought property in Dekalb, Georgia that has had at least six different corporations registered to it in the past three years that are all under the name ‘Jihad’. The mainstream media is ignoring this story.

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