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  • Islamist Training Camp in Texas

    02/20/2014 6:53:07 AM PST · by stickandrudder · 25 replies
    KPRC ^ | February 20th 2014 | Nik Rajkovic
    Newly declassified documents from the FBI show Brazoria County is home to an alleged Islamist training compound. Papers obtained by the Clarion Project reveal a camp near Sweeny known as “Mahmoudberg” -- one of 22 owned by the group Muslims of the Americas. Local residents have reported hearing gunfire, and police investigated a shooting involving MOA members in 2002. “Until authorities get some information that they're planning to engage in violence to carryout their ideas, there is nothing illegal about it,” says terror expert Jeffrey Addicott at St. Mary's University in San Antonio. However, MOA members in the past have...
  • Islam in America: Islamic Compounds in the US

    02/24/2009 10:08:06 AM PST · by RightSideNews · 25 replies · 1,477+ views
    Right Side News ^ | February 24, 2009 | Kathy Shaidle
    The documentary, called "Homegrown Jihad: Terrorist Camps Around the U.S," was produced by the Christian Action Network (CAN). The filmmakers claim that dozens of radical Muslim terrorist compounds currently exist across America, basing that claim upon a mysterious, untitled 2006 Regional Organized Crime Information Center report prepared for the Department of Justice marked "Dissemination Restricted to Law Enforcement." RightSideNews attempted to acquire a copy of this document, through both the Department of Justice and the Christian Action Network, without success (at press time.) Ryan Mauro, the founder of, is also a national security researcher for the Christian Action Network;...
  • The mysterious saga of Sister Khadijah ( and her connections to funding int'l terrorism)

    02/11/2007 12:27:11 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 17 replies · 921+ views
    Mercury News ^ | 2/11/07 | Sean Webby and Brandon Bailey
    Khadijah Ghafur sat silently in hijab and correctional jumpsuit, facing a judge, a lengthy prison term and the complete collapse of her elaborate plans. With a boundless determination that opened eyes and pockets, Sister Khadijah had built a chain of state-funded charter schools that stretched from Sunnyvale to Southern California. Now they were closed, and the self-styled civil rights activist from Selma, Ala., was convicted of stealing tens of thousands of dollars of public money meant for kids. Superior Court Judge R.L. Putnam got right to the point. He sentenced her to 14 years. But even after Ghafur's monthlong trial,...
  • A Bird's-Eye View of Jamaat ul-Fuqra (Aerial Pics of Their Compound in Virginia!)

    12/27/2006 10:01:18 AM PST · by SeafoodGumbo · 19 replies · 577+ views
    Gates of Vienna ^ | 12-27-06 | Baron Bodissey
    Last month I reported on the investigation of Jamaat ul-Fuqra as carried out by the Christian Action Network. At the time I met with Martin Mawyer and his associates, the group had just completed a flyover of the Red House compound in a private aircraft. Now Martin has very kindly made the resulting aerial photographs available to Gates of Vienna. For readers who are unfamiliar with Jamaat ul-Fuqra, a quick synopsis: It was founded in 1980 in New York by a Pakistani Sufi named Sheikh Mubarik Ali Hasmi Shah Gilani, along with a front organization called “The Muslims of America”....
  • Rural Terrorists in America

    07/17/2006 6:03:37 AM PDT · by conservativecorner · 29 replies · 1,137+ views
    Strategy Page ^ | July 17, 2006 | Not Cited
    As the FBI digs deeper into the world of Islamic extremist groups in the United States, it has encountered a growing number of them operating in rural areas. Jamaat ul Fuqra is a group that began in Pakistan, where most members still reside, but has spread to North America over the last two decades. Many members have been busted for various crimes, usually ones related to fraud and abuse of social welfare programs. The Muslims of America organization recruits in prisons, and has already produced a number of Islamic terrorists. What worries the FBI is the many more members who...
  • Key defence evidence ruled inadmissable (al Fuqra in Seattle)

    11/21/2003 10:06:26 AM PST · by Sabertooth · 15 replies · 504+ views
    The Province (Vancouver, B.C.) ^ | November 21st, 2003 | Salim Jiwa
    A jury will not hear key pieces of defence evidence that could detract from the theory that former West Vancouver students Atif Rafay and Sebastian Burns killed Rafay's parents and sister in their Bellevue home near Seattle in 1994.Their trial on charges of aggravated first-degree murder begins Monday in Seattle.King County Superior Court Judge Charles Mertel ruled this week that the defence may not introduce testimony from a criminal psychologist who would have testified that innocent people sometimes make false confessions.His evidence would have helped the defence show that the two could have made false confessions to RCMP undercover agents...
  • Canada could be next as terrorists target U.S. allies and assets says report

    11/21/2003 4:55:00 AM PST · by Oldeconomybuyer · 5 replies · 558+ views
    The Canadian Press ^ | 11-21-03 | JIM BRONSKILL
    OTTAWA (CP) - Attacks like the bombing of the British consulate in Istanbul on Thursday could take place in Canada as terrorists target coalition partners in the war on Iraq, an RCMP intelligence report suggests. The newly released assessment of extremist threats warns that although Canada is not a member of the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq, terrorists might strike at participants with assets on Canadian soil - an obvious reference to embassies and consulates. The war in Iraq is "likely to result in retaliatory terrorist attacks against the coalition countries and their interests," the RCMP report says. "Coalition interests in...
  • Islamists Arrested In Pakistani Clampdown

    11/16/2003 5:27:09 PM PST · by blam · 8 replies · 603+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 11-17-2003 | Amed Rashid
    Islamists arrested in Pakistani clampdown By Ahmed Rashid in Lahore (Filed: 17/11/2003) Pakistani police arrested dozens of Islamist activists yesterday after President Pervaiz Musharraf outlawed three militant religious parties that had reformed under new names following an earlier ban. President Musharraf The banned groups are better known by their original names. Two are Sunni Muslim militant parties, Sipah-e-Sahab and Jaish-e-Mohammed, which have close links to al-Qa'eda. The third is a Shia party, Therik-e-Jafria. "Those who are indulging in extremist acts are harming both Pakistan and Islam," Gen Musharraf was quoted as telling senior officials. In addition, the largest extremist Sunni...
  • On John Muhammad (The D.C. Sniper): A Fifth-Column Footsoldier in War Against Infidel U.S.?

    10/16/2003 8:28:15 AM PDT · by quidnunc · 35 replies · 1,755+ views
    The Richmond [VA] Times-Dispatch ^ | October 16, 2003 | Ross Mackenzie
    In Virginia Beach they're into jury selection in the capital murder trial of John Muhammad, one of two implicated in the sniper shootings that terrorized the D.C. area south to Richmond a year ago. The trial may last two months. The trial of his alleged young accomplice, Lee Malvo, is set to begin later in nearby Chesapeake. Muhammad, who has pleaded not guilty, may be found innocent. But circumstantial evidence of his involvement abounds. In the realm of motive — if Muhammad participated in or helped plan the sniper shootings, why? — the principal piece of evidence, apparently carrying telltale...
  • Linkage logarithms

    10/22/2003 8:32:08 AM PDT · by yonif · 34 replies · 794+ views
    Jewish World Review ^ | Oct. 22, 2003 /26 Tishrei, 5764 | Mark Steyn | A year ago, when the self-regarding buffoon Chief Charles Moose was bungling the Washington sniper investigation and the cable-news shows were full of endless psychological profiles of "white male loners," a few of us columnists entertained the notion that the killer was linked to Islamist terrorism. The Chicago Sun-Times' Richard Roeper thought this was so absurd he very kindly apologized to readers on my behalf. "An awful lot of conservatives really, really wanted the snipers to be terrorists," explained Richard. "But they were wrong. I'll say that because they never will." Even at the time, the Roeper position...

    01/07/2003 1:55:40 AM PST · by Uncle Bill · 62 replies · 7,300+ views
    The Free Press, A division of Simon & Schuster, Inc., New York | 2002 | By Steven Emerson
    HOW TERRORISTS HAVE INFILTRATED AMERICA Recruiting, fundraising, money laundering and planning Jihad in the ‘land of the free’ The Free Press, A division of Simon & Schuster, Inc., New York By Steven Emerson 2002 The following article was published in the December 2002 Volume 11, No. 12 Whistleblower publication of Worldnetdaily, in their Terrorists Among Us edition. Journalist Steven Emerson, since leaving CNN in 1993, has come to be regarded by many as the nation’s leading expert on Islamist terror networks. He works full-time on tracking the spread of terrorist networks to American shores, at great personal risk. In 1995,...
  • SNIPERS: THEIR SECRET GAY LIFE----> Text of National Enquirer article

    11/02/2002 4:14:46 AM PST · by dennisw · 50 replies · 11,193+ views
    National Enquirer ^ | early november 2002
          BELTWAY SNIPERS John Alien Muham- mad and John Lee Malvo were lovers — and their gay secret fueled the terrifying rage that left 10 vic- tims dead, The ENQUIRER has learned exclusively. What's more, we've uncov- ered shocking links between the gunmen and Al Qaeda — and discovered the secret money pipeline that allowed Muhammad to fly to Canada, the Caribbean and around the country meeting with fellow Islamic fanatics. Shockingly, 17-year-oldMalvo himself nearly became a vic- tim of Muhammad as their bizarre relationship turned abusive and the frightened teenager wrote to a young ac- quaintance, "I'm afraid...