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Heavenly Father, please protect our citizens from all threats upon our nation both foreign and domestic.

An Islamic State (ISIS) fighter allegedly captured in Syria claimed that ISIS had concocted a plan to sneak terrorists across the U.S.-Mexico border to attack financial targets and “cripple the U.S. economy,” according to a report published this week by the International Center for the Study of Violent Extremism (ICSVE).

The report is based on testimony from Abu Henricki, an ISIS terrorist with dual citizenship in Canada and Trinidad. Henricki said he traveled to the Islamic State’s “caliphate” in Syria to serve as a front-line fighter for the terror state, but his poor health kept him on the sidelines.

In late 2016, he claims the Islamic State’s intelligence service asked him to become part of a special unit of Trinidadians that would be sent into Mexico via Puerto Rico, cross the U.S. border, and carry out attacks on financial targets like Wall Street.

Henricki said ISIS had a habit of falsely declaring its foreign recruits killed in action so they could work for the intelligence wing as an “undead” attack force. The Islamic State was keenly interested in operatives who could speak English and slip past American domestic security without raising suspicions, he alleged.

“Apparently, they have the contacts or whatever papers they can get to a false ID, false passports. They have their system of doing it,” Henricki said. “So that’s maybe the way that I could have gone out with other individuals. It wasn’t me alone. They were sending you to Puerto Rico and from Puerto Rico [to Mexico].”

Henricki said the operation would be run by “a guy in America,” evidently headquartered in New Jersey at the time he was recruited by ISIS intelligence. This led Henricki to suspect the attack would involve bombing financial targets in New York City, although he said other jihadis never provided him the details. (Excerpted from Breitbart News article by John Hayward)

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  1. I would ask that if you feel you must take our wealth, for it is obvious that it distracts us from your purposes Lord, that you would have it happen after you elect Trump for another 4 years. I lift my anxiousness up to you Lord, that an economic upset before then would be blamed on our President and may cause him to lose. But you Lord are in the Heavens and you have our nation in your hands, and the nations that are her enemies. We pray for New York, that the insanity of her indifference to He who made each person would be replaced by revival and the salvation of each individual. We ask your mercy on New York Lord.
    In Jesus name, Amen

  2. Oh Lord…the issues of our day are so huge and they seem endless. We don’t deserve to be protected as a nation. We are deserving of your wrath for turning our backs on life and on the precepts of your word. But you are our only hope. We cry out to you …In your wrath remember mercy. Please help those who are at the border to have wisdom and strength. Grant ICE the protection and resources that they need to defend our country from such enemies. Please help those who are seeking to defend our nation and give them the ability to see those who are trying to get in to do harm.

  3. Lord, unless You watch out nation then no human army will be able to protect our borders. Save us, O our God! Protect these United States from both internal and external enemies. Please continue to be a wall of fire around us and be the glory in our midst. Expose every wicked, injurious, harmful and detrimental confederacy, alliance, plot and plan. Bring them to bought, in Jesus Name. Thank You, for the help of the angelic hosts. Amen

  4. I plead the Blood of Jesus over America! Release your Spirit, Lord. Praying a hedge of protection around our borders and wisdom, discernment, and refreshment for our overwhelmed border agents. Thank you Jesus!

  5. Lord please close our borders to anyone who illegally tries to enter. Lord place warring Angels to fight this in the Spiritual realm. Lord protect our border patrol agents and give them strength and perseverance to protect our borders. In Jesus name. Amen

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