Just outside of a small town in rural Alabama, down the interstate and just off a red dirt road, is a forested compound owned by a notorious Wahhaj family, the devout Islamic family with ties to the black supremacist Nation of Islam.
Siraj Wahhaj’s father is also named Siraj Wahhaj. He is perhaps more infamous for his ties to Islamic terror. Siraj Wahhaj Sr. has been called an “unindicted co-conspirator” of the 1993 World Trade Centre bombings. Wahhaj is also deeply homophobic and resentful of western culture, as evidenced in this recorded sermon.
Wahhaj Jr. and his fellow terrorists have been charged with multiple counts relating to terrorism, firearms, and child abuse, all in New Mexico. What did they do exactly? They were training nearly a dozen kids to assassinate government agents and shoot up schools.
Understandably, the small town of Tuskegee, Alabama was in shock.
After a judge signed an FBI search warrant, the Alabama property owned by Siraj Wahhaj was raided late last week.
The property, insulated by thick brush has nothing resembling livable quarters. It is likely where 11 young children may have been living prior to their transport to a similar New Mexico compound.
The New Mexican compound was raided by authorities earlier last year, leading to the arrest of the five adults, and the discovery of a deceased child. Local authorities came under fire after the compound was mysteriously bulldozed and buried – leading to questions as to why authorities were so eager to destroy evidence.
It is not just the collection of evidence that has been bungled by government officials — charges were dropped on three of the five adults after the prosecutors did not conduct the basic evidentiary hearings within the 10 day requirement.
That is part of the reason why The Rebel flew to the location as fast as possible – to ensure we could document all we could in the event similar irregularities occurred. If you would like to support our journalism you can do so here.