DhS Raids Jersey Terror Cell

The Washington Post
December 24, 2010

Jersey City was the site of a tactical anti-terrorism raid yesterday, put forth by the Department of Homeland Security. Operating on information received about the activities of a terrorist cell belonging to the Mazdak organization, the Department of Homeland Security performed a coordinated raid with elements of the NJPD and NYPD on a suspected cell working out of an abandoned distillery on the Jersey City coast.

Mazdak, the terror group responsible for the deaths of hundreds of American servicemen in Iraq over the last two years is believed to have begun openly operating within American borders in opposition to the Linderman Act and the American occupation of Iraq and Madagascar.

According to sources within the Department of Homeland Security, the raid apprehended six suspected members of Mazdak, including Turkish member Osmad Celik who is wanted by the government of Israel for involvement in a 2008 suicide bombing in Gaza challenging Israel's support of the United States' Evolved Registration and their military occupations in the Middle East.

Sources within the Department of Homeland Security have not stated if this was an isolated cell of Mazdak, or if more suspected cells may be working in coordination with local anti-government terror groups. DHS spokesperson Francis Kelsey has stated that citizens should remain vigilant and continue to report any suspicious activity they see to their local branch of the Department of Homeland Security.

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