DHS Issues ‘Imminent Threat to National Security’ Alert over Terrorist Approaching Southern Border

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials have issued an alert regarding a dangerous suspected terrorist who is planning to cross Democrat President Joe Biden’s porous border into the United States.

DHS issued a Be On the Lookout alert (BOLO) after U.S. authorities became aware that a “no-fly list” suspected terrorist had made his way through Panama and is headed to the southwest border of the United States.

The national security alert warns that the suspect, “Mohamed Shaker MOHAMED ABDELAAL,” poses an “imminent threat to national security.”

Mohamed Shaker is from Egypt and was identified by sources in Panama.

A DHS source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told reporter Sara Carter: “The border has gotten so bad that we just don’t know what is getting in.

“We have had terrorist facilitators, guerrillas, hard corp gang members, and who knows what coming in.

“They must feel pretty comfortable with the state of the border if they are risking coming in.

“The number of military-age ‘asylum seekers’ coming in is enough to overwhelm law enforcement resources.

“We are in for a rough future if this doesn’t stop,” he added.

According to Carter, “There was a total of 380 terrorists who attempted to cross illegally into the United States at both the southern and northern border in 2022.

“This year the U.S. has already encountered 295 known terrorists entering the country illegally and there are still 6 months left in the year.

“This puts the United States at great risk of a National Security threat.”

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According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP):

The Terrorist Screening Dataset (TSDS) – also known as the “watchlist” – is the U.S. government’s database that contains sensitive information on terrorist identities. 

The TSDS originated as the consolidated terrorist watchlist to house information on known or suspected terrorists (KSTs) but has evolved over the last decade to include additional individuals who represent a potential threat to the United States, including known affiliates of watchlisted individuals.

Encounters of watchlisted individuals at our borders are very uncommon, underscoring the critical work CBP Agents and Officers carry out every day on the frontlines. 

DHS works tirelessly to secure our borders through a combination of highly trained personnel, ground, and aerial monitoring systems, and robust intelligence and information-sharing networks.

TSDS watchlisted non-citizens encountered by the CBP Office of Field Operations at land ports of entry prior to entry into the United States may be denied admission to our country upon presentation, barring justification for their arrest under CBP policy. 

TSDS watchlisted individuals encountered by the U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) after entering the country without inspection may be detained and removed, to the extent possible under CBP policy, or turned over to another government agency for subsequent detention or law enforcement action, as appropriate.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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