ALERT: Terrorists Arrested Inside US?!

( – The terrorist threat inside the United States is becoming markedly worse due to the illegal alien invasion, as evidenced by a massive sting operation in which US authorities have arrested six illegal alien Russian nationals with ISIS connections in Los Angeles, New York, and Philadelphia.

Sources from ICE have verified the arrest of these individuals, who originate from Tajikistan, conducted over the past week following a notification from the FBI, The New York Post reports.

Additionally, two more individuals associated with this group were arrested after being monitored for “several months” by a multi-agency Joint Terrorism Task Force, NBC reports.

During the investigation, a wiretap captured one of the now-detained individuals discussing bombs, the sources disclosed.

“Remember the Boston Marathon [bombing]? I’m afraid something like that might happen again or worse,” one of the sources expressed concerns to The Post.

The individual under surveillance had previously been released by federal authorities at the southern border with a scheduled court appearance next year, yet it was later revealed he may have connections to ISIS, according to sources.

“Over the last few days, ICE agents arrested several non-citizens pursuant to immigration authorities. The actions were carried out in close coordination with the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Forces. The individuals arrested are detained in ICE custody pending removal proceedings … The FBI and DHS will continue working around the clock with our partners to identify, investigate, and disrupt potential threats to national security,” the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI said in a joint statement.

Fox News reported that all the targeted individuals had crossed the southern border, and initial screenings by federal authorities did not reveal any adverse information linked to their names.

NBC’s sources noted that at least two of the men entered the US in the spring of 2023, with one using the CBP One app for entry.

The arrests followed alerts from FBI Director Chris Wray regarding potential ISIS terror plots on US soil and the group’s capacity to exploit the southern border.

In April, Wray cautioned lawmakers about the possibility of a “coordinated attack” in the US after an ISIS-K assault on a concert hall in Moscow—executed by citizens of Tajikistan—that resulted in 145 deaths and left hundreds injured.

ISIS-K, also known as Islamic State Khorasan, references a region that encompasses parts of Iran, Turkmenistan, and Afghanistan.

Established in 2014, this extremist splinter of the Islamic State has historically focused its activities on Russia, though several Western leaders have cautioned about its potential to orchestrate attacks in Europe and America.

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