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Three Syrians with fake Colombian passports and ties to Al-Qaeda arrested in Dallas, Texas

Three Syrians with fake Colombian passports and ties to Al-Qaeda arrested in Dallas, Texas

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Three Syrians with fake Colombian passports and ties to Al-Qaeda arrested in Dallas, Texas



 

Three Syrian nationals were arrested on Thursday in Dallas, Texas for their membership in the terrorist organization Al-Qaeda, according to reporting from Colombian news outlet RCN.

It appears that Al Raefee, Tuameh Tuameh, and Al Harari Al Harari infiltrated the United States with their use of fake Colombian passports. The Syrian nationals first arose on the radar of American authorities when they applied for travel visas from Colombia, as their suspicious documents gave them away.

The report indicates that American authorities detected a fraud when the fake passports’ birth dates failed to match up with the identification numbers used by the Colombian government.

Breitbart reported,

According to RCN, American law enforcement identified the three individuals as Al Raefee, Tuameh Tuameh, and Al Harari Al Harari. The three are believed to be in U.S. custody, soon to be charged with membership in a terrorist organization. The men appear to have entered Colombia through Venezuela, where they acquired Colombian residency paperwork, a government identification card, and a Colombian passport through an illegal documentation network.

American officials reportedly noted discrepancies on the documents when the men attempted to obtain a US visa. Were they arrested at the airport when they arrived in the US after obtaining a visa, or is this report spurious?

Colombian passports issue documents based on birthdate, yet all three passports showed consecutive numbers. For example, one of the men is 45, but his passport number revealed a much younger person, around 25.  Supposedly, all three men were born in Cartagena and were processed for the passports through the La Guajira port of entry from Venezuela on the exact same day. But the US reportedly identified them as Syrian nationals.

El Nacional, and Colombian media RCN reported,

The first Al Raefee, who was supposedly born on January 1, 1974, and his ID number is 1,221,979,790, that is, although he is supposedly 45 years old, he was assigned a identification number as if he were less than 25 years old.

Another of the documents submitted pertains to Tuameh Tuameh, who was born in 1964, his ID number is 1,221,979,791. Also, recent ID numbers.

And the last one is Al Harari Al Harari who, supposedly, was born on April 1, 1971, and his ID number is 1,221,979,792.

It’s unclear what the al-Qaeda linked men planned on doing when arriving in the United States. Criminal elements and illegal immigrants have sought to use bogus Colombian passports to enter the country before, and often work in league with Colombian drug cartels to forge them.

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Sean Walton is a researcher and journalist for The Daily Sheeple. Send tips to sean.walton@thedailysheeple.com.

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