Gov’t Confirms US Jihadi Cult Under Investigation


If you are a Counterjihad reader, you are fully aware of the existence Muslims of America (MOA) on American soil. These guys are Islamic terrorists with their strings being pulled by its leader Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani in Pakistan.

 

 

The Clarion Project has discovered that the MOA is under an official government investigation. Here’s what CP knows so far.

 

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Gov’t Confirms US Jihadi Cult Under Investigation

 

By RYAN MAURO 

November 26, 2017

Clarion Project

 

States where Muslims of the Americas enclaves are located (Photo: Fox News)

 

A U.S. government agency confirmed in a letter to the Clarion Project that an investigation into a terror-linked Islamist cult named Muslims of America (MOA) is ongoing. The group is known for its “Islamic villages” in North America, with its “Islamberg” headquarters receiving the most attention.

 

The October 19 letter from the Justice Department’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) states that 10 documents from a previous investigation into MOA must be withheld because “the investigation related to the documents that were referred is still open.”

 

The Justice Department says that releasing the information could interfere with law enforcement proceedings as they concern an “ongoing investigation.”

 

Muslims of America (MOA) used to be known as Jamaat ul-Fuqra when it carried out a series of terrorist attacks on U.S. soil from the 1970s to the early 1990s. The group is led by a radical cleric in Pakistan and claims to have 22 “villages” in the U.S., some of which are known to have been used for basic military-type training.

 

FBI documents from 2003 released by Clarion Project earlier this year state that MOA is was linked to al-Qaeda in Pakistan at that time.

 

The Justice Department letter is referring to a Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) terrorism and counter-intelligence probe into MOA activity possibly impacting the U.S. military. The Clarion Project has received a series of documents from that investigation dated between 2002 and 2004, and the files confirm that concern about MOA’s extremism is warranted.

 

The documents refer to “Islamberg” in Hancock, New York; “Ahmadabad West” and “Ahmadabad East” in Red House and Meherrin, Virginia; “Islamville” in York County, South Carolina; “Hassanville” in Ontario, Canada; the “village” in Dover, Tennessee and one in the state of Washington. Travel to and from Pakistan, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago is also of concern.

 

The NCIS explicitly states that MOA is the “U.S. name” for Jamaat ul-Fuqra and that there are reports of gunfire, including automatic gunfire, at some of the “compounds.”

 

The documents state that “all locations have individuals who are involved with criminal scams to raise money for MOA/JAF,” including worker’s compensation fraud, insurance fraud, credit card fraud, illegal straw purchases of weapons and conversions of semi-automatic firearms into fully-automatic guns. MOA members send the funds to “Islamberg” in New York and/or Lahore, Pakistan for Sheikh Gilani.

 

MOA members from all compounds also travel to Pakistan for both religious education as well as military-style training and operational experience fighting in the Kashmir region of Pakistan,” the document states.

 

Major Activity in Virginia

 

The declassified NCIS documents show extensive MOA activity in the state of Virginia outside of the two known compounds.

 

The Virginia MOA compounds are suspiciously secretive. The documents recount how the compound in Red House behaved after a hurricane in 2004. They refused to grant access to the property for the local fire department and Virginia Power to fix power lines for several days. There are similar stories from other compounds.

 

At the time of the documents’ writing in 2002-2004, life in MOA’s Virginia compounds was known to be very strict. Two families left the Red House compound after televisions were banned. Multiple MOA-affiliated sources have mentioned this ban to this author as well as Martin Mawyer.

 

The Virginia State Police provided information showing that “the group has expressed an interest in harming a VSP [Virginia State Police] trooper if they pose a threat to MOA members in central Virginia.”

 

Members living at the Red House compound were instructed to buy firearms and ordinance every single month “to enhance the defenses of their compound.”

 

The activity at the compound includes paramilitary training, presumably like that seen in videotaped training of women at “Islamberg” around 2002. The investigatory files state:

 

“Reporting to BATF has noted that MOA, Red House, VA, conducts squad-type training in surrounding woods/swamps and that they have made uncorroborated statements that they would fight any law enforcement encroachment on their compounds by use of defensive force.”

 

Suspected MOA members are reported to travel to the area and cash counterfeited payroll business checks. They then disappear. Members also operate convenience stores in the towns outside of the compounds and were looking to buy more land at the time.

 

Infiltration of Local Police

 

 According to the NCIS documents, the person in charge of the Red House compound’s security was a local Orange City Police Department officer.

 

Seized MOA documents show a concerted effort to infiltrate law enforcement and establish security companies as fronts.

 

Infiltration of U.S. Military Bases

 

“Many” MOA members are alleged to have U.S. military backgrounds, the documents warn.

 

The investigators are especially concerned with MOA infiltration of Naval Air Station LeMoore and Fort Irwin in California by at least two “long-time members of the terrorism-tied Jamaat ul-Fuqra/Muslims of America” group.

 

The files refer to suspected MOA members working as a housing contract officer at LeMoore and as a contract administrator with the acquisitions command at Fort Irwin. Concern is also raised about a MOA-owned cab company that may have access to U.S. bases and services performed by a MOA member who is a contractor for Avaya Communications.

 

At the time the files were authored, at least two “long-time members of the terrorism-tied Jamaat ul-Fuqra/Muslims of America” group were known to have worked as a housing contract officer at LeMoore and as a contract administrator with the acquisitions command at Fort Irwin.

 

The two MOA members were from the group’s 400-acre “Baladullah” compound in Fresno County, California that was abandoned after its leaders were indicted for defrauding the state government of $1.3 million in a massive charter school scam.

 

The money is believed to have been funneled to MOA’s leaders in Pakistan. The compound was “alleged to have support terrorism,” NCIS writes.

 

The NCIS was concerned that the MOA members were using their positions to earn “kickbacks” to fund their organization and its leaders in Pakistan.

 

Conclusion

 

Declassified documents since the NCIS papers show that the concern about MOA is ongoing. For example, when the Clarion Project exposed a MOA enclave in Texas in 2014, the report included FBI documents from 2003-2007 with frightening warnings about the threat posed by MOA’s extremism, terrorist history and international infrastructure.

 

A retired federal source confirmed to Clarion Project in April that he was given urgent national security briefings about MOA after 2009 with an emphasis on the group’s acquirement of weapons and tactical capabilities, including training of women and children.

 

Government documents are only released after they have aged. Those who contend that MOA poses no threat point to a gap in time between an incriminating investigatory file and the time of publication. However, the U.S. government’s private assessments of MOA since the 70’s have been consistent. The most up-to-date evidence from declassified files show that MOA is not the “moderate” group it claims to be.

 

MOA members were subjected to a spate of arrests in New York state this year, as reported by this author and Martin Mawyer based in part on their confidential informants inside the group. One reported MOA associate, Ramadan Abdullah, was apprehended with a weapons stockpile.

 

MOA may also be feeling heat because of its long relationship and public support for Hizbul Mujahideen, a terrorist group in Pakistan and Kashmir. The U.S. State Department designated Hizbul Mujahideen as a Foreign Terrorist Organization on August 16, prohibiting any material assistance to the group.

 

For more information about this jihadi cult, visit the Clarion Project’s Fuqra Files website, which is the most comprehensive database for information about MOA/Fuqra available.

 

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FUQRA FILES EXCLUSIVE: FBI Links Jihadi Cult to Al-Qaeda


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I currently don’t have much trust on the integrity of the FBI warped by Barack Obama political hacks. But this bit of info is something Counterjihadists have been alerting America for quite some time.  Namely, that Pakistan’s Jamaat ul-Fuqra (Islamic Terrorists) has connections to al Qaeda and the Fuqra organization in the USA is the Muslims of the Americas (MOA) organization.

 

As you will read the MOA not only has infiltrated American soil but has 22 compounds/villages established across the many States of the Land of the Free and Home of the Brave.

 

I owe a hat tip to Paul Sutliff who will have Ryan Mauro of the Clarion Project on his podcast live tonight (12/14/16). The podcast is called Civilization Jihad Awareness on Blog Talk Radio. Here is the hat tip email Paul sent to me:

 

This Wednesday I will have Ryan Mauro on my show to talk about the FBI’s recognition that the Muslims of America (MOA) has connection to Al Qaeda. Please join us Wednesday at 6:00pm to 7:30pm. Ryan will be joining us at 6:45.

 

Ryan Mauro is a Fox News Analyst, the National Security Analyst for the Clarion Project, and an adjunct professor on Homeland Security. In addition Ryan was the first person to recognize my research on Nazareth College of Rochester and their connections to the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT), a Muslim Brotherhood group.

 

The show instantly becomes a podcast so you can listen in afterwards if you can’t listen in.

 

You can listen in here: Civilization Jihad Awareness

 

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FUQRA FILES EXCLUSIVE: FBI Links Jihadi Cult to Al-Qaeda

For the first time you can read here the actual FBI documents showing the links between 22 radical Islamist villages in the U.S. and al-Qaeda.

 

December 12, 2016

The Clarion Project

 

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Fox TV’s map of Fuqra MOA locations in the U.S.

 

The Clarion Project has obtained newly-declassified FBI documents from 2003 revealing that the jihadist cult Jamaat ul-Fuqra, also known as Muslims of America (MOA), had ties with al-Qaeda in Pakistan. The group is best known for its network of about 22 Islamist compounds on American soil.

 

The disclosures come on the heels of the release of the Fuqra Files website, an authoritative database of information about the group.

 

The FBI reports show there was a counter-terrorism investigation into Jamaat ul-Fuqra / Muslims of America (MOA) in New York in 2003. One file has the heading, “American Islamic Radicals.” The reports point out, “Prior to assuming the name MOA, JUF has had a profound history of carrying out violent actions to include, arsons, bombings, shootings and assassinations.”

 

SEE THE FBI REPORT HERE

 

The reports warn that MOA serves as a conduit to foreign terrorist organizations, including al-Qaeda and its affiliates in Pakistan. It states:

 

“The MOA is a loosely structured U.S. based organization. Several current members in New York have been convicted of criminal acts to include murder and fraud. Recruitment most often occurs in prisons or neighborhood mosques. Once recruited, some members are selected to receive training in firearms and explosives in Pakistan.

 

While overseas, some of these recruits are then handpicked by high-ranking terrorist operatives, like that of Al-Qaeda, and are sent to receive more specialized training. Upon completing of their training, many of these recruits are ultimately asked to pledge ‘beyat’ [allegiance]. If they do not receive beyat, they become what source information reveals as a ‘friend of Al-Qaeda’ who are called upon no matter where he is living around the world to assist Al-Qaeda.”

 

The FBI reports are substantiated by accounts from MOA-affiliated sources, such as a former member who was on a trip to Pakistan in 1999 to meet the group’s founder and spiritual leader, Sheikh Gilani. He described how he and others met with Lashkar-e-Taiba, an al-Qaeda-linked terrorist group and militants linked to terrorist Gulbuddin Hekmatyar.

 

The Fuqra Files website shows Gilani and MOA have a history of links to al-Qaeda and the group’s allies, including the “Blind Sheikh” responsible for the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. Sheikh Gilani and MOA publicly condemn the 9/11 terrorist attacks, but claim they were an “inside job” by a Zionist, New World Order conspiracy. Gilani has claimed that al-Qaeda is a puppet of this conspiracy.

 

The FBI New York office specifically focused on a network of front groups in Brooklyn, including several security companies like 786 Security. New York is home to “Islamberg,” the group’s national headquarters. The formation of security companies as a means of acquiring weapons, training and laundering money is a long-standing MOA strategy.

 

The FBI states several businesses in the New York City area are “believed to be shell companies run by MOA members that are used to structure and launder money obtained from illegal activities. It is also believed that establishing these security firms maybe for the purpose of obtaining ‘legitimate’ weapons licenses.”

 

The FBI reports state:

 

“The MOA in New York is involved in continuous criminal activity to include money laundering and wire fraud. It is suspected that the MOA in New York have laundered and transferred money through 786 Security and transported these funds on their person through Canada to Pakistan.

 

It is believed that [redacted] and MOA members located at 786 Security have had direct contact with [redacted] and/or terrorist organizations in Pakistan who provide both moral and material assistance. JUF [Jamaat ul-Fuqra] members also appear to be somewhat of a U.S. based host network used as a point of contact for overseas terrorist cells. The links and/or associations are mostly seen through weapons training.”

 

The files include various files showing how 786 Security was intertwined with other suspected fronts, including several security companies and schools. The files document the financial irregularities of some of these fronts. They state that 786 Security alone had projected sales of $4 million.

 

A brawl erupted between NYPD officers and members of 786 Security in 2003, as recounted in the Fuqra Files’ section on New York.

 

In a 2006 TV news report, the leader of 786 Security, Hussain Abdallah, describes himself as the “mayor” of Islamberg. He admits to the report that his security company has been raided by the IRS. He and a colleague respond to a question about allegations of terrorist ties by saying, “You know it’s a Jewish conspiracy against Islam.” Abdallah says, “it [the allegations] came from the Kosher kids, you know what I’m talking about.”

 

One of the FBI files from 2003 concludes:

 

“Based upon the criminal and terrorist acts committed by elements of the MOA in the past and the possibility that the MOA may provide terrorist organizations with American recruits who will help perform and/or finance terrorist acts within the U.S., [redacted] will attempt to further identify any possible domestic terrorism activities of [redacted] and his businesses.”

 

The Clarion Project’s national security analyst, Prof. Ryan Mauro and Martin Mawyer, president of the Christian Action Network, recently authored a blockbuster report based on confidential sources inside MOA that Sheikh Gilani told the senior leadership to have members arm up in anticipation of raids on their compounds by law enforcement.

 

The election of Donald Trump was seen as the fulfillment of apocalyptic prophecies centered around a final jihad against a Satanic-Zionist conspiracy. These sources expressed deep concern for Mawyer and Mauro and warned them to be on alert. The Clarion Project and Christian Action Network again challenge Sheikh Gilani to publicly, unequivocally and permanently forbid any act of violence against Mauro and Mawyer.

 

Mauro, appeared on FOX Business Network’s “Varney & Co.” to discuss the report and the launch of the Fuqra Files website last week. You can watch the segment below:

 

VIDEO: Ryan Mauro on FBN: U.S. Islamist Group Preps for Jihad Against Trump

 

Posted by Ryan Mauro

Published on Dec 2, 2016

 

Clarion Project’s national security analyst, Prof. Ryan Mauro, appears on FOX Business Network’s “Varney & Co.” to discuss his report with Martin Mawyer of Christian Action Network about a terror-linked Islamist group in America preparing for jihad in anticipation of being targeted by the Trump Administration.

The report is based on multiple confidential sources within the Muslims of America organization (previously known as Jamaat ul-Fuqra) that claims to have 22 “Islamic villages” in the country. You can read it here: http://www.clarionproject.org/analysis/american-islamist-group-preps-jihad-against-trump

 

More information is available at the authoritative website about Fuqra/MOA: FuqraFiles.com.

Airdate: December 1, 2016

 

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There is NO American Way in Islam


Ralph Mauro, S. Doocy, E. Hasselbeck & B. Kilmeade

John R. Houk
© February 20, 2014
 
I was watching Fox & Friends this morning and was a little surprised about a brief exposé of Muslims of the Americas (MOA) as having ties to Sheik Mubarak Ali Gilani a Cleric leader of the Pakistan Islamic terrorist group known as Jamaat al Fuqra. The Fox &  Friends story began by talking about (a probably NSA) warning for airlines to be on the watch for Islamic shoe bombers then segued into the MOA story. I was surprised because even Fox News shies away from doing news pieces on Muslim American organizations that have enough money to scream civil suit by labeling fact based information as a racist Islamophobic Hate Crime. In fact this Gilani character from his comfort zone in Pakistan has tried to flex those moneyed civil suit muscles in the past and some Counterjihad writers exposed the Gilani-Jamaat al-Fuqra-MOA connections that in America are downright Islamic Terrorist training centers for homegrown Islamic-American terrorism. The Fox & Friends story focused on the MOA in Texas but in reality those MOA “villages” are spread out around the USA and I believe most heavily along the eastern USA. Here is a Fox News Insider write-up that includes info from the Clarion Project:
 
Report: Texas Islamic ‘Village’ Linked to Extremist Group in Pakistan
 
Feb 20, 2014 8:09AM
 
A shocking new report from The Clarion Project details a jihadist enclave in Texas that was investigated by the FBI for possible links to terrorism. The reporter who broke the story, Ryan Mauro, joined Fox and Friends this morning to discuss the details, saying the report is based on declassified FBI documents.
 
Here’s more from the The Clarion Project report:
 
The organization says it has a network of 22 “villages” around the U.S., with Islamberg as its main headquarters in New York. The Clarion Project obtained secret MOA footage showing female members receiving paramilitary training at Islamberg. It was featured on the Kelly File on FOX News Channel in October. A second MOA tape released by Clarion shows its spokesman declaring the U.S. to be a Muslim-majority country.
 
A 2007 FBI record states that MOA members have been involved in at least 10 murders, one disappearance, three firebombings, one attempted firebombing, two explosive bombings and one attempted bombing. It states:
 
“The documented propensity for violence by this organization supports the belief the leadership of the MOA extols membership to pursue a policy of jihad or holy war against individuals or groups it considers enemies of Islam, which includes the U.S. Government. Members of the MOA are encouraged to travel to Pakistan to receive religious and military/terrorist training from Sheikh Gilani.”
 
The document also says that, “The MOA is now an autonomous organization which possesses an infrastructure capable of planning and mounting terrorist campaigns overseas and within the U.S.”
 
Other FBI reports describe the MOA in similar ways, with a 2003 file stating, “Investigation of the Muslims of the Americas is based on specific and articulate facts giving justification to believe they are engaged in international terrorism…”
 
MOA members believe the holiest Islamic site in the country is located at their Islamville commune in South Carolina. Other MOA entities include the International Quranic Open University, United Muslim Christian Forum, Islamic Post, Muslim Veterans of America and American Muslim Medical Relief Team. [Editor: There’s more to read at Clarion Project Exclusive: Islamist Terror Enclave Discovered in Texas]
 
Mauro said that locals recall the camp being set up in the late 1980s.
 
“They are still preaching jihad. They still follow this radical Pakistani cleric that they basically believe is God. And they are a dangerous group and you can see it in the language of the FBI documents that we’ve released,” he said.
 
Mauro explained that the group is mostly made up of American citizens and most of their activities in the U.S. are legal.
 
“They go right up to that line. The reason they’re able to operate in the United States is because the State Department doesn’t consider this group, Jamaat ul-Fuqra, a foreign terrorist organization. They operate in the United States under the name Muslims of the Americas,” said Mauro.
 
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Homegrown Islamic terrorism is a very real threat to American and Americans that Muslims consider the kafir (unbeliever). It is time for not only Americans to WAKE-UP but also America’s political leadership! To be less eloquent: Forget this multicultural diversity crap especially if it threatens Americans and then viability of the U.S. Constitution. AND make no mistake, the theopolitical ideology of Islam is the diametric opposite of the American heritage of the pursuit of Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. In Islam life is ONLY for Allah and his prophet Mohammed; liberty is only as it is in absolute submission to Allah and the pursuit of happiness is only set out by Sharia Law.
 
Although I saw this story on Fox & Friends the inspiration for this post is the Clarion Project. Including the link to the Fox & Friends story, the Clarion Project sent three links in conjunction with The Blaze TV Show “For the Record.”
 
 
 
 
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There is Homegrown Jihad in America


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There is Homegrown Jihad in America

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John R. Houk

© February 3, 2014

 

I am a member of the Facebook Group Infidels United. Undoubtedly due to the complaints of Muslims and Muslim apologists this group exists on Facebook with the status of secret. In Facebook’s case ‘secret’ does not mean mysterious or esoteric, rather it means only members can find it. One of the Administrators of the group Daveda Gruber managed to find a Youtube link to the documentary “Homegrown Jihad- The Terrorist Camps Around The U.S. (35 Minute Version)”.

 

The documentary focuses on the terrorist labeled Islamic group from Pakistan Jamaat ul-Fuqra and its North American division was is actually a legal NGO in the USA – Muslims of the Americas (MOA). The group’s Radical Muslim leader is Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani. I have posted on the Gilani-Jamaat al-Fuqra-MOA group in the past at SlantRight 2.0 (READ HERE). At that SlantRight site I posted many sources on Radical Islam which included a trailer to the documentary. Thanks to Daveda I am going to post the full 35 minute version. The Infidels United post on the documentary includes a list of Jamaat al-Fuqra/MOA jihadist training camps speckled throughout the USA. It is a scary proposition knowing Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani has pulled off in the USA, but you need to keep in mind the Gilani organization is only the tip of the iceberg of Radical Islamic infiltration (both legal and stealth illegal) in the USA.

 

One final point: MOA is suing the Christian Action Network (CAN) over an exposé book entitled “Twilight in America: The Untold Story of Islamist Terrorist Training Camps Inside America”. I am certain purchasing the book will place a dent in the Islamic Legal Jihad (aka Lawfare) being acted by CAN and the author Martin Mawyer.

 

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[Map numbers do not necessarily correspond to the list below. The map is added by Editor.]

 

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Here is a list of 30 Locations Inside the United States…

1. Marion, Alabama

2. Baladullah, California

3. Oak Hill, California

4. Squaw Valley, California

5. Tulare County, California

6. Buena Vista, Colorado

7. Tallahassee, Florida

8. Commerce, Georgia

9. Jessup, Georgia

10. Springfield, Massachusetts

11. Hagerstown, Maryland

12. Hyattsville, Maryland

13. Coldwater, Michigan

14. Binghamton, New York

15. Deposit, New York

16. Hancock, New York (National Headquarters)

17. Talihina, Oklahoma

18. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

19. Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania

20. York, South Carolina

21 Dover, Tennesee

22. Houston, Texas

23. Waco, Texas

24. Fairfax, Virginia

25. Falls Church, Virginia

26. Meherrin, Virginia

27. Red House, Virginia

28. Roanoke, Virginia

29. Bethany, West Virginia

30. Onalaska, Washington

 

VIDEO: Homegrown Jihad- The Terrorist Camps Around The U.S. (35 Minute Version)

 

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The explosive documentary that exposes the secret Islamic terrorist camps in America. With never-before-seen footage of terrorist compounds in America.

They may be living right next door…

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Jamaat ul-Fuqra – Islamic Terrorists Permeating USA


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John R. Houk

© March 8, 2013

 

Every so often I receive an email from WND advertising products from their bookstore. In cases that I find an interest I post the emails as resource for my readers. In this particular email I direct you to focus on the first item that is advertised. That item is a documentary entitled, “Homegrown Jihad: The Terrorist Camps Around the U.S. (DVD)”.

 

Homegrown Jihad documents Islamic conclaves that operate as training camps and/or bastions of Islamic terrorism. There are many affiliated Islamic terrorist affiliated organizations implanted in America. The documentary focuses on Islamic camps that pay homage to the Pakistani Islamic terrorists affiliated with Jamaat ul-Fuqra.

 

Below is an excerpt from a source independent of WND for a glimpse of Jamaat ul-Fuqra:

 

Formation

 

Jamaat ul-Fuqra (JF) or “community of the impoverished”, a terrorist outfit operating in Pakistan and North America, was formed by a Pakistani cleric, Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani, in New York in 1980, on his first visit to the US. Mubarak Gilani’s intention in forming the outfit was to ‘purify’ Islam through violence.

 

Ideology, Leadership and Structure

 

The JF, in its early phase, sought to counter what is perceived as excessive Western influence on Islam. It also concluded that violence was a significant aspect in its quest to purify Islam. In its ideological moorings, the Fuqra regards as enemies of Islam all those who do not follow the tenets of Islam as laid out in the Koran, including those Muslims who they consider as heretics as well as non-Muslims. One of Gilani’s works published by the Quranic Open University in the US and seized in a 1991-investigation instructed his cadres that their foremost duty was to wage Jehad against the ‘oppressors of Muslims’. Members of the group are described as Islamist extremists with much hatred toward their ‘enemies’.

 

The JF is loosely structured with certain elements working openly through social service organisations to recruit members, raise money, organise activities and carry out propaganda. Individuals selected to live on JF premises agree to abide by the law and discipline of the Jamaat ul-Fuqra. Investigations by the Colorado Attorney General’s Office in the 1980s indicated that the JF was composed of approximately 30 different ‘Jamaats’ or communities, more or less mobile in nature. Most of these ‘Jamaats’ are reportedly existent even today along with what investigators discerned to be several covert paramilitary training compounds, one of which had been located in a mountainous area near Buena Vista, Colorado prior to the Colorado prosecutions in the mid-1990s.

 

Within 10 years of its formation, Fuqra’s communes in the US attracted many Muslim converts-including some of those recruited in prisons. The JF is said to comprise of some 1,000 to 3,000 members in the US. Secrecy is the hallmark of the outfit and cadres are reportedly well versed in the use of aliases. The Fuqra’s structure is well concealed behind front outfits and consists of a network of safe houses and cells. Furthermore, the JF founder as well as cadres consistently maintain that it does not exist. JF members occasionally travel abroad for ‘paramilitary and survivalist training’ under Gilani’s supervision.

Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani, who also calls himself the sixth Sultan Ul Faqr, is the chief of JF.

 

Jamaat ul-Fuqra is headquartered in Hancock, New York.

 

Areas of Activity and Influence

 

Although Gilani, the reclusive chief of Fuqra resides in Lahore, Pakistan, most JF cells are located in North America. Fuqra members have purchased isolated rural properties in North America to live as a community READ THE REST  (SEE MORE HERE)

 

Here are some terms that will be helpful to have a greater understanding as you read about the documented put together by Jason Campbell of Christian Action Network:

 

Muslims of America (AKA Muslims of the Americas – MOA)

 

Muslims of the Americas (MOA) is a virulently anti-Semitic, Islamic extremist group with ties to Al-Fuqra, a terrorist organization that has carried out firebombings and murders in the United States. MOA claims to have offices in six U.S. cities and Toronto and maintains secluded residential communities in New York, Virginia and California. The group’s Web site and e-mails have featured writings by notorious anti-Semites and Holocaust deniers, including Michael Hoffman and former Klansman David Duke.

 

MOA was founded and is led by the radical Pakistani cleric El Sheikh Sayyid Mubarik Ali Jilani (commonly known as Sheikh Jilani or Sheikh Gilani). Based in Lahore, Pakistan, Jilani established MOA in 1980, after arriving in the United States for the first time. In the 1980s, Jilani, who claims to be a direct descendant of the Prophet Muhammad, actively recruited American Muslims to fight against the Soviet Union in Afghanistan. MOA claims to have offices in six U.S. cities and Toronto, and it maintains secluded residential communities in New York, Virginia, California, and possibly other states. The group also runs a Web site and an e-mail mailing list.

 

The available evidence strongly suggests that MOA has served as a corporate front for another group founded by Sheik Jilani, the terrorist organization Al-Fuqra, which has committed firebombings and murders on U.S. soil. Both Sheikh Jilani and MOA officials deny that Al-Fuqra even exists, and MOA claims to be a “peaceful” group. READ THE REST

 

Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani

 

In 1978, Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani, a Pakistani citizen, was born, Probably, in the late 40’s. He published An introduction to Quranic psychology, which detailed his theories about using the Quran and religious observance to cure certain mental disorders.

 

In 1980, Mubarak Ali Gilani, who has had long-standing connections with senior ISI officials, arrived to USA to preach in Brooklyn Al Farook Mosque. He founded the Jamaat al-Fukra and the Muslims of the Americas Organization – MOA.

 

In 1983 he published his translation of the Rauza-Tus-Safa, an influential 15th Century history on the origins of Islam. Mubarak Ali Gilani returned to Pakistan in the late 90s. In Pakistan he affiliated his group, the Jamaat al-fukra, to Jaish-e-Mohammed.

 

On 01/23/2002, Daniel Pearl was on his way to an interview with Sheiks Mubarak Ali Gilani in Karachi, Pakistan, when he was kidnapped by an ephemeral group which called itselfThe National Movement for the Restoration of PAkistani Sovereignty”.

 

Sheik Mubarak Ali Gilani was arrested by Pakistani police in the northern city of Rawalpindi and transported to Karachi, State Department officials said. At least a dozen of his followers have also been detained. He was, subsequently, released.

 

Today (09/2009) Mubarak Ali Gilani is living in Lahore, Pakistan. (See More HERE)

 

The above info is a mere info to the WND store documentary “Homegrown Jihad: The Terrorist Camps Around the U.S.” WND probably won’t appreciate this but I found the complete documentary on Youtube that is broken into parts. If you cannot afford the WND Store price here is a link to watch “Homegrown Jihad: The Terrorist Camps Around the U.S.”:

 

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC57C8E1C3F2A6E23

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can view the entire WND Store email which has other Counterjihad resources to offer at SlantRight 2.0 CLICK HERE

 

JRH 3/8/13

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