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El Paso, Texas, on High Alert for ISIS Attack from Juarez, Mexico

Updated on August 30, 2014
This is the ISIS plan to retake the areas in black.
This is the ISIS plan to retake the areas in black.

They're here! They are aliens but of this world and of the evil kind. The kind that will be relentless in their cause, if not just to make a point. What makes ISIS so evil are their methods and utter disregard for anyone in their way. Hmm, reminds be of the SS troops under Hitler, when given an order

While some 500 Brits may have been converted and deploy with ISIS, some 100 of the fighters are American. It seems according to high level intel and police, the threat to El Paso, Texas is very real. Agents in Juarez, Mexico, just across the border, have had their sources confirmed that ISIS is, indeed, in Juarez. Homeland security has raised the threat level and expect some sort of car bombs to rock El Paso or Juarez. This would prove their point about coming after America.

Radio intercepts confirm this and what more would be perfect for ISIS than a car bomb on a border inspection center. It would cause mayhem, attack America, and a major boost in propaganda to recruit more losers. For ISIS, they would not even have to get into America. So urgent is this threat, the commander at Ft. Bliss (major Army base) has been notified by Washington to be prepared.

While Mexico thinks the ISIS thing in their country is absurd, A Stanford University study on who is getting through the US border is startling and clearly a "canary warning". The study shows 107 Syrians and 275 Iranians were caught while crossing the border with the usual suspects from Latin America. Many from both nationalities can easily be thought of as Spanish. The report also stated that about 4000 Muslims with European passports have also joined ISIS.

This is scary. ISIS does not have to wait to attack, they simply form sleeper cells by those who joined them and returned to their European country. Even with diligence, some are going to get through and embed themselves into the culture. They will seem like others but when the time to act is given, they do their terrorist duty. The perfect example of this is the TV show, The Americans on FX. The show depicts Soviet sleeper cells in America that have been there for years, They have kids, real jobs, careers, yet, when the order to activate happens, they spy and kill for the Motherland.

ISIS is a real serious threat. It was allowed to get this way because Obama discounted their resolve. This is the same mistake France and England did with Hitler. Then, no one took Hitler seriously, certainly not a man who could created an army they took most of Europe and Russia. ISIS is building. Six months ago, it had 5,000 men, now, it is 20,000. The one thing that does bind all terrorist groups is their hate for America and Europe.

Now, the ISIS threat is on the US border. Thank you, President Obama.

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    • perrya profile imageAUTHOR

      perrya 

      4 years ago

      The Israelis are holding back. They did shoot down a Hezbollah drone over the area to send a message to Syria .

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      Kyle 

      4 years ago

      Al-Nusra going into the Golan was a huge mistake. They are lucky the Israelis did not enter. The bigger problem is the Filipino peacekeepers retreating and a lack of UN reinforcements. The UN has once again shown that they are irrelevant.

    • perrya profile imageAUTHOR

      perrya 

      4 years ago

      One could say that the Saudis are quietly on the side of ISIS, or the more conservative Saudis. It would look bad for a sunni versus sunni. I do not think they are completely with clean hands. They did support the Nusra group that broke away fro ISIS and now is holding 40 UN hostages from the buffer zone between Syria and Israel.

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      Kyle 

      4 years ago

      Saudi Arabia is Sunni. We don't know if the Iraqis would even welcome their support inside Iraq's borders.

    • perrya profile imageAUTHOR

      perrya 

      4 years ago

      I agree Hxprof. I guess another 9/11 will need to occur. @kyle, while it is true, the Saudis certainly can do more and choose not to out of fear of opening pandora's box.

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      Hxprof 

      4 years ago from Clearwater, Florida

      Thanks for the update. This "possibility" of sleeper cells is the US never was merely a possibility - it's fact. We've had foreign terrorist operatives coming to America for many years, and yes, Russian and Chinese operatives are certainly among them.

      Sadly, most Americans would blow this off as right-wing paranoia, and that's where we are today: Americans on the whole are totally clueless regards our security.

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      Kyle 

      4 years ago

      The Saudis massed 30,000 troops on their border with Iraq to prepare for ISIS. ISIS has threatened to destroy Mecca and Medina. The Saudis are not a friend of ISIS.

    • perrya profile imageAUTHOR

      perrya 

      4 years ago

      Yes, I saw that, and it is curious the King would do this. And the point is? Was he making the statement as a friend or foe? Just remember, al-Qaeda is Saudi based. Maybe they are secretly happy about it. They surely are not helping the fight against ISIS.

    • FitnezzJim profile image

      FitnezzJim 

      4 years ago from Fredericksburg, Virginia

      Apparently the Saudi's provided a longer term warning today or yesterday. The news is saying their king is saying he expects them to attack Europe within the month, and the US a month after. Rumors of war.

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