Infowars reporters Joe Biggs and Josh Owens were quizzed by the New York Police/FBI Terror Task Force for investigating Islamberg, the small Muslim community that some have claimed is a terror compound.

Biggs and Owens arrived at Islamberg, a small hamlet in the town of Tompkins, Delaware County, to look into reports that the area is a staging ground for jihadist training after eyewitnesses reported hearing, “unusual sounds of gunfire and explosions….emanating from the compound.”

After approaching security guards at the perimeter of the hamlet, Biggs and Owens were told that they would not be allowed to enter until their credentials had been vetted.

Biggs gave the guards his phone number but subsequently received a call from the Joint Terrorism Task Force asking why the journalists were investigating the village.

Shortly after, Owens also received a call from the task force despite the fact that he had not given out his phone number to anyone.

When Owens asked how the JTTF got his number, officials told him they couldn’t say but that they knew he had visited Islamberg.

Last month, Biggs, along with Infowars reporters Paul Joseph Watson and Michael Zimmerman, were chased out of Molenbeek Belgium, the Muslim no-go zone labeled the “jihadist capital of Europe” that served as a base for several of the individuals involved in the Paris massacre.

Biggs made it clear in a video that his intentions were merely to tell the truth about Islamberg and ascertain whether the hamlet was a “no-go zone” or whether it was just a peaceful Muslim community.


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