Wife of the Muslim polygamist speaks after it is confirmed that the body found in the desert is his son

Ordalía: Hakima Ramzi's lawyer told DailyMail.com: "Hakima told us:

The first wife of a Muslim polygamist whose disabled son disappeared a year ago has spoken of her anguish after her body was found near her husband's "terrorist training camp" in New Mexico.

Hakima Ramzi said that the last time she saw her son, three-year-old Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj, was when her husband, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, had offered to take him on a trip to the park in 2017.

Ramzi had been working with detectives and search teams to find her son, but was devastated when authorities found skeletal remains of a child in her husband's training complex northeast of Amalia, New Mexico, where they discovered 11 hungry children and five Muslim adults.

Police have yet to release an official ID, but the boy's grandfather, the controversial Imam Wahhaj Siraj, 68, has already confirmed that the boy was Abdul-Ghani.

"They took my life," Ramzi said, breaking into tears during a very emotional interview on Thursday with Channel 2 Action News.

Ordalía: Hakima Ramzi's lawyer told DailyMail.com: "Hakima told us: & # 39; He told me that he would take Abdul-Ghani to the park for a while & # 39; I had no reason to think otherwise.

"I could not save my son, save his life."

Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 39, now faces 11 counts of child cruelty after investigators found his training camp. He is also accused, in court documents, of preparing children to become school shooters.

Wahhaj's brother-in-law, Lucas Allen Morton, sisters Hujrah Wahhaj and Subhannah Wahhaj and Jany Leveille, who also had their base in the camp, face similar charges.

Leveille is a second wife, taken by Wahhaj under an interpretation of Islam that allows polygamy.

Ramzi recalled the last time he had seen his son, on November 29, when his husband told him he was taking Abdul-Ghani to the park.

But he never came back.

"I call him many times, I call him, I call him and I call him many times." He did not pick up the phone, he did not, all the time, he did not pick up the phone, "Ramzi said.

& # 39; I'm scared. My heart broke. I am worried. I do not know. I lost control of myself. "

Kidnapping of children: Siraj ibn Wahhaj (left) told his first legal wife, Hakima Ramzi, that he was taking Abdul-ghani to the park

Kidnapping of children: Siraj ibn Wahhaj (left) told his first legal wife, Hakima Ramzi, that he was taking Abdul-ghani to the park

Kidnapping of children: Siraj ibn Wahhaj (left) told his first legal wife, Hakima Ramzi, that he was taking Abdul-ghani to the park

Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj's mother said she never saw her son again (pictured) after leaving with her husband

Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj's mother said she never saw her son again (pictured) after leaving with her husband

Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj's mother said she never saw her son again (pictured) after leaving with her husband

Kurt Nolte, New Mexico's top medical researcher, said the delay in positive identification was due to the state of advanced decomposition of the body.

Family lawyer and friend Shariyf Muhammad said Ramzi was struggling to reach an agreement with what her husband had done.

"She is having a very difficult time right now," they said. "Hakima is a mother whose son has been missing for nine months and has gone through all kinds of emotions, from anger to sadness, despair, helplessness, fear, anxiety and the desire for revenge."

"I think this has been wrongly described as a custody battle because it has been reported that he took the child." But they were married, they are still married, although he chose to distance himself from his actions.

& # 39; Hakima told us: & # 39; He told me that he would take Abdul-Ghani to the park for a while & # 39; I had no reason to think otherwise.

This is one of the disorganized rooms in a trailer in the New Mexico complex where a Muslim extremist was found with 11 hungry children, his wife, two sisters and his brother-in-law last Friday.

This is one of the disorganized rooms in a trailer in the New Mexico complex where a Muslim extremist was found with 11 hungry children, his wife, two sisters and his brother-in-law last Friday.

This is one of the disorganized rooms in a trailer in the New Mexico complex where a Muslim extremist was found with 11 hungry children, his wife, two sisters and his brother-in-law last Friday.

The family had begun digging a tunnel in the desert floor on the site, but it is not known what they planned to use to

The family had begun digging a tunnel in the desert floor on the site, but it is not known what they planned to use to

The family had begun digging a tunnel in the desert floor on the site, but it is not known what they planned to use to

As for Ramzi, Muhammad explained, his 15-year marriage to Ibn Wahhaj, 39, who took the boy on December 1 of last year, was "without incident."

The father of Siraj Wahhaj said since then that his son practiced polygamy and was also married to Leveille.

Looking back, Ramzi admitted that her husband had been "acting differently" in the run-up to her husband's disappearance.

& # 39; He acted as different. Yes, because I've been married to him for 15 years, almost 15 years. I never had any problems with him, "said Ramzi.

Her lawyer added: "In retrospect, knowing the outcome, maybe I could have read things differently, but there was nothing that triggered alarm signals for her."

Ramzi filed a missing persons report with the Clayton County police and in June, he said authorities informed him about the complex in New Mexico.

At first I was hoping that I would meet Abdul-Ghani.

But she did not see it in any of the surveillance images taken by the FBI.

Then, the spooky discovery of children's remains was found near the training camp.

I want justice. I want justice, "said Ramzi.

Siraj Wahhaj's father, also called Siraj Wahhaj, said that his son had separated from the family.

"This is surprising, especially in the Muslim faith, because family ties are very important," he said. "They have cut ties not only with me, but with their brothers, mothers and the entire community."

Elder Wahhaj, a respected imam in New York, said he wanted to understand what the investigators were referring to when they described the camp as extremist, but said he would accept it if they could show him the facts.

He is also convinced that the child's remains in the desert are from his grandson when he said that another of his grandchildren had spoken of the child being buried in the earth.

The AR-15 of Wahhaj with rounds of ammunition next to him is in the photo. The police did not recover it, they said, because they had to follow the state law that prohibits collecting evidence unless it is in sight. They were also limited by their search order, they said

The AR-15 of Wahhaj with rounds of ammunition next to him is in the photo. The police did not recover it, they said, because they had to follow the state law that prohibits collecting evidence unless it is in sight. They were also limited by their search order, they said

The AR-15 of Wahhaj with rounds of ammunition next to him is in the photo. The police did not recover it, they said, because they had to follow the state law that prohibits collecting evidence unless it is in sight. They were also limited by their search order, they said

The complex is in the desert in New Mexico. He was armed with trailers and the children had been there for months

The complex is in the desert in New Mexico. He was armed with trailers and the children had been there for months

The complex is in the desert in New Mexico. He was armed with trailers and the children had been there for months

Also in court was Wahhaj's second polygamous wife, Jany Leveille, who is believed to be the mother of some of the children and was charged with 11 counts of child abuse.

Also in court was Wahhaj's second polygamous wife, Jany Leveille, who is believed to be the mother of some of the children and was charged with 11 counts of child abuse.

Also in court was Wahhaj's second polygamous wife, Jany Leveille, who is believed to be the mother of some of the children and was charged with 11 counts of child abuse.

Since then, it has emerged that Ibn Wahhaj told Ramzi, who is originally from Morocco, that he was going to perform an "exorcism" of the child he thought was "possessed by evil".

Abdul-Ghani suffered from disabilities, which meant he had seizures and needed medication and special care.

Muhammad said that Abdul-Ghani, whose fourth birthday fell on Monday, "was not his average son."

He said: "He had health circumstances that he was dealing with, but for Hakima he was his 'miraculous baby'.

"I had tried for a long time to conceive before I finally had it, and for what he was, at least in his eyes, the best of all." He was perfect.

"I did not feel that I was in any way deprived of enjoying life, I was having a good life and thought they were having a good life together.

Now, Muhammad said, she's trying to navigate the criminal justice system & # 39; with your help and that of your lawyer colleague M Khurran Baig of The Baig Firm in Norcross, Georgia.

The authorities entered the camp established by Ibn Wahhaj, his brother-in-law Lucas Morton, 40, sisters Hujrah, 38, and Subhanah Wahhaj, 35, and Jany Leveille, 35, also described as the wife of Ibn Wahhaj, Friday.

A dusty dollhouse is discarded in the complex. It is one of the few signs that the children lived there

A dusty dollhouse is discarded in the complex. It is one of the few signs that the children lived there

A dusty dollhouse is discarded in the complex. It is one of the few signs that the children lived there

Photographs taken at the complex on Tuesday show what looks like a range of improvised shooting practice

Photographs taken at the complex on Tuesday show what looks like a range of improvised shooting practice

Photographs taken at the complex on Tuesday show what looks like a range of improvised shooting practice

Open cans of tuna and blueberries sit next to a dusty boot in the enclosure. There was no other food on the site and the children had not eaten for days when they were discovered.

Open cans of tuna and blueberries sit next to a dusty boot in the enclosure. There was no other food on the site and the children had not eaten for days when they were discovered.

Open cans of tuna and blueberries sit next to a dusty boot in the enclosure. There was no other food on the site and the children had not eaten for days when they were discovered.

Subhanah Wahhaj, 35

Subhanah Wahhaj, 35

Hujrah Wahhaj

Hujrah Wahhaj

Sisters Subhanah Wahhaj, 35, (left) and Hujrah Wahhaj, 38, (right) were arrested on Sunday. They are the sisters of Siraj

The FBI had been monitoring him for a while, but Taos County officials moved out after they intercepted a message from one inside the camp asking for help and saying, "We're starving."

Muhammad said Ramzi has been "shocked" by allegations by prosecutors in Taos County New Mexico that her husband had been training the children, ages 1 to 15, to commit mass school shootings.

Neighboring landowners have reported that they heard shots fired from the complex and investigators found evidence of shooting practice.

Ibn Wahhaj was heavily armed with an AR-15, 30 rounds of ammunition and four pistols, one of which he carried when he was arrested. Charged firearms were within reach of children.

Muhammad said: "There was nothing in his relationship with Mr. Ibn Wahhaj that would lead Hakima to think he was planning something of that nature." She was shocked by the reports, as you can imagine.

Ramzi now expects to be questioned by investigators from both Clayton County, Georgia, where he first reported the disappearance of his son, and from Taos County, New Mexico, where Ibn Wahhaj and other adults are awaiting trial on various charges. of child abuse.

He said: We're waiting for investigators to approach her. They have not done it yet, but expect to be contacted while their investigations continue.

– At this moment your focus is simply to try to pass the next stage, identifying the remains found in the camp.

"She has to come to an agreement with the prospect that we all suspect that it will be the confirmation of our worst fears."

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