An Iranian man holding a Lebanese Hezbollah flag walks past an anti-US mural depicting the Statue of Liberty.(BEHROUZ MEHRI/AFP/Getty Images)
An Iranian man holding a Lebanese Hezbollah flag walks past an anti-US mural depicting the Statue of Liberty.
(BEHROUZ MEHRI/AFP/Getty Images)

Is Iran Infiltrating the United States With Terrorist Sleeper Cells?

December 3, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
In the advent of a military strike against Iran, Hezbollah agents spread throughout the United States could change strategy, moving from surveillance and fund-raising to launching terrorist attacks.
 

A new congressional report from the House Homeland Security Committee warns that Iran may be smuggling Hezbollah operatives into the United States, assisted by Mexican drug cartels.

According to this report, released in November, the Mexican border has recently become a primary front for terrorist infiltration into the United States. It specifically points to the growing rapport between Iranian-backed terror forces and Latin American drug-trafficking networks as a cause for serious concern.

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