Americans Against Americans Training For Jihad

Friday, March 15, 2013 , Posted by Zeeda Andrews at 11:18 AM

Is there a Jihad Training Camp in your backyard?
In June 2012, the "National Security 5" five members of Congress led by Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.)  called attention to U.S. government infiltration by Muslim Brotherhood (MB) operatives.  Based on disturbing information from court evidence and documents,   correspondence, media reports, congressional briefings, and public statements, they found that individuals with questionable loyalty to the United States held high-level security clearances and worked in key national security positions.  Tragically for the security of the United States and the safety of its citizens, these five earnest members of Congress, armed with ample evidence, were roundly criticized by both Republicans and Democrats, and their request for investigations were ignored.
Twilight in America by: Martin Mayer is a must read. We all must know who and where the enemy is at lease read the introduction. It is beyond comprehension that this activity is going on here in America protected by the first amendment is just a cover up. Take a look at Twilight in America and decide for yourself. You don't have to buy the book or read it in its entirety to know America is in trouble. Terrorist living among us is something the government does not want you to know. It is my opinion that the Jihad movements and their efforts are aimed at exploiting the freedoms prevalent to infiltrate and develop the destruction of the West. There are so many networks in the USA that it is mind boggling.
More than nine years have passed since I first learned about the kidnapping, torture and beheading of journalist Daniel Pearl by Muslim terrorists, yet I remember the impact it had on me as if it were yesterday.
Pearl, a celebrated Wall Street Journal reporter, was first reported kidnapped in Karachi, Pakistan, on Jan. 23, 2002. It made only a mild ripple in the news because all of America was in the grip of “shock and awe”—President George W. Bush’s explosive response to the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on America.

It wasn’t until photos began to surface of Pearl being held captive with a gun to his head, looking battered and obviously tortured, that I began to take notice. Then, on Feb. 22, 2002, the horrifying video was released showing his beheading. Like every American citizen, I was riveted to the news on a daily basis.

I had more than the average citizen’s interest in the news. Mine was a personal interest in the war on terror and acts of violence against our cities and institutions. I was in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001, on a business trip, when the airplanes slammed into the World Trade Center towers and the whole world changed forever. From the safety of my hotel room I watched in horror with members of my staff as the gigantic clouds of dust, like a nuclear explosion fallout, roared through the streets of Manhattan. Panicked New Yorkers filled the streets. Had I booked a hotel room closer to Ground Zero, we would all have been swallowed up in the fallout.

Like most Americans, my first reaction was shock. I was seeing it with my own eyes, but I could not believe it. For the next several days I was trapped in New York City, so I helped distribute food and water to the stricken survivors. When I returned home, I was deeply affected by what I had experienced, and I began to pay closer attention to the news and all things involving Islamic terrorism.

So when Daniel Pearl was first reported kidnapped a little more than four months later, the obvious work of terrorists, my interest was keen. A few weeks later, when the story was being relegated to the back pages, the gruesome video was released showing Pearl’s execution. It was first delivered to the FBI by Islamic sources in Pakistan. When the FBI confirmed its authenticity, the TV media showed an edited version, which also became viral on the Internet.

If you have seen the video, you have probably seen the edited version, which shows Daniel Pearl “confessing” to being a Jew, and making other statements under duress. Reports from those who have seen the unedited version are chilling. Pearl’s throat was first cut, then he was stabbed repeatedly and finally beheaded with a blunt sword. It was later learned that he had also been shot in the leg during a previous attempt to escape. His killers bragged that the sword they used to saw off his head was so dull that they had to use two swords to finish the job.

The unedited video also demonstrated that the killers enjoyed the torture, mutilation and murder of Daniel Pearl. A New York Times article that week described an earlier kidnapping and beheading that occurred in October 1994. “A gleeful young kidnapper… told three British tourists chained to the floor that… ‘We’ve just told the press we’re going to behead you’,” the article states. The kidnapper was Ahmed Omar Sheikh, 21 years old at the time, and he was laughing at the fun he had at this earlier kidnapping. Later, Omar would become one of Daniel Pearl’s kidnappers and torturers.

Much later, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the so-called mastermind of the September 11 attacks, would boast: “I decapitated with my blessed right hand the head of the American Jew Daniel Pearl, in the City of Karachi, Pakistan.” Some debate whether or not Mohammed’s confession is true, but it doesn’t matter. What matters most is that the gory crime and method of assassination was the first in a series of beheadings by Islamic terrorists following the September 11 attacks which horrified and riveted the nation. It seemed no one was safe.

It wasn’t until April of 2002 that Pearl’s body was found buried in Karachi. He had been dismembered, cut into 10 pieces, with his body parts buried in plastic bags in a shallow grave on the compound where he had been held captive.

After the Daniel Pearl execution I began to learn of other events, seemingly unconnected, which later would prove to point right back to the events and people who conspired to kidnap and murder Pearl.
First, there was the revelation that Daniel Pearl was in Pakistan to investigate Richard Reid, the shoe bomber, and the radical connections Reid may have had in Pakistan. At the time he disappeared, Pearl was tracking down reports that Richard Reid had visited a radical Pakistani cleric at his walled compound in Lahore.# Reid, who had attempted to blow up an American Airlines flight in December 2001, about one month before Pearl was kidnapped, had been radicalized while serving time in a British prison. A native of Great Britain, he was on his way to becoming a career criminal, with 10 convictions already behind him at the age of 20. In 1995 he entered prison again for petty theft, and there he converted to Islam. When he got out in 1996 at the age of 22, he joined a mosque and began his journey toward extremist Islam. Soon he was visiting jihadist Muslims in Afghanistan and Pakistan for indoctrination and terror training.

The jihadi cleric who Reid visited in Pakistan, and who may have hosted him just prior to the attempted shoe bombing, was Sheikh Mubarik Ali Shah Gilani, whose radical teachings impressed Reid. The FBI has confirmed that Richard Reid considered Sheikh (“teacher”) Gilani to be his spiritual leader.

On Dec. 22, 2001, just a few months after the September 11 attacks, Reid boarded a flight from Paris to Miami and, midway, attempted to ignite a bomb hidden in his shoe. Reid was eventually subdued by passengers, who used plastic handcuffs, seatbelt extensions and headphone cords to tie him up. The flight was diverted to Boston and Reid was immediately turned over to authorities.

Just a few weeks later in Pakistan, following the Richard Reid trail, journalist Daniel Pearl was kidnapped. The trail he was on led to the door of the same radical, reclusive sheikh who had mentored Richard Reid: Sheikh Gilani.

I remember hearing the name of Gilani after Pearl was executed, but paying little attention at the time. It was only after more details came out identifying Richard Reid as a follower of Gilani that I began to take more notice of the name.

Was this the man who was responsible for Daniel Pearl’s death? I wondered. Was Sheikh Gilani’s organization, known as Jamaat Al Fuqra, responsible for Pearl’s death? I was not the only one to raise the question. Although the media continued to report that Al Qaeda was responsible for Pearl’s kidnapping and death, Sheikh Gilani was quietly arrested and questioned in Pakistan, but no involvement in the kidnapping or beheading of Daniel Pearl was determined. He denied knowing anything about Pearl, and he was released. The conclusion that investigators reached was that the kidnappers tricked Pearl into believing they were taking him to interview Gilani, but instead they brought him to their torture compound where he was brutalized for a month and then beheaded.

One inconsistency went unnoticed by many in Gilani’s statements to investigators. He denied knowing anything about Daniel Pearl, who Pearl was, what he did for a living, or even that Pearl wanted to interview him. But in a later, wildly rambling essay, which Gilani called his autobiography and which he entitled, “Pillar of Lies,” he stated that he knew Pearl was a U.S. intelligence operative who wanted to find him and have him assassinated. “Obviously, Daniel Pearl was to target me and then an assassination team would be sent to kill me,” Gilani stated.#

As the president and founder of a conservative watchdog group based in southwestern Virginia, I was busy during the months following the September 11 attacks advocating for other issues of importance to our members. But I kept a watchful eye on the news, the memories of the attacks that I had witnessed in New York City still so vivid in my mind that they haunted me at night. Like all Americans, I wanted the guilty to pay. The name of Sheikh Gilani and his terrorist organization, Jamaat Al Fuqra, which in Arabic translates to “community of the impoverished,” stayed with me. But his was just one of hundreds of names of extremist Muslims and organizations I heard on the news almost daily during that time.

More news began to surface that would continue to show the interconnectedness of Islamic terrorism in America. In October 2002, the Beltway snipers made news. After a 23-day killing spree in the Washington, D.C., area during which 10 people were murdered, two Muslim men were arrested as the snipers.
John Allen Muhammad, 41 at the time, and John Lee Malvo, then just 17, began their killing spree in the Washington, D.C., region on October 2, 2002, when they shot and killed James Martin, a 55-year-old program analyst, in the parking lot of a grocery store. The next day, October 3, five more people were shot, four of them in the span of two hours. One was killed mowing the grass, another man was killed while pumping gas. Another woman was killed sitting on a bench waiting for a bus, while another young woman was killed while she was vacuuming her car at a gas station. All of them were murdered with a single shot fired from a rifle —fired, it was later learned, through a hole drilled in the back of the killers’ car trunk.
It only came out later that the two had killed a man in Alabama and shot two others in sniper attacks in Louisiana. Much later it was revealed that Muhammad, the mastermind and elder of the two, had a plan to wage jihad (Islamic holy war) against America by kidnapping young American boys and brainwashing them into turning against their country. His intent was to train them, as he had trained Malvo, to kill in the name of Allah.

One minor report surfaced that the Beltway snipers had links to the terrorist group Jamaat Al Fuqra. But what really got my attention was when the FBI descended on an obscure Virginia location known as Red House, in Charlotte County, close to where I lived and operated my company headquarters. Without my knowing it, an Islamic compound of more than 200 people had been quietly established over the years in Red House. The Beltway snipers were believed to have hidden out there during their killing spree, and may also have received shelter at another Islamic compound in Commerce, Georgia.

When I learned this news about the Red House compound and possible links to the Beltway snipers, I was alarmed. I did a simple search of “Al Fuqra” on the Internet and was shocked to see the name of Mubarik Ali Gilani pop up everywhere in connection to Al Fuqra. Gilani, in fact, was the founder of Al Fuqra, a terrorist organization that advocates jihad against America, but Gilani was also the leader of a group known as Muslims of the Americas (MOA), which owns the Red House compound. What’s more, MOA has, at one time, operated by some accounts 35other similar Muslim compounds across the United States, all run by MOA. Gilani is the leader of both groups —Jamaat Al Fuqra and Muslims of the Americas —which are really one in the same. I would soon learn that these interlinked groups have even more front names.

In plain view, as if declaring to the world they have nothing to hide, the Muslim residents of the Red House compound have erected a sign along the rural road that leads into their camp, the same green-colored sign placed on every street corner in the state, obtained from the Virginia Department of Transportation. It reads: “Sheikh Gilani Ln.”
It was not difficult to research Al Fuqra. As soon as I began to dig a little deeper, I learned that the group was responsible for dozens of terrorist attacks, assassinations, fire bombings, pipe bombings, sniper murders and other acts of Islamic violence and conspiracy across the country, dating back to 1979. The common thread in all the reports was Sheikh Gilani, the so-called peaceful teacher and spiritual leader who led a reclusive life in Pakistan, the same Sheikh Gilani that the investigators had failed to prosecute for the Daniel Pearl kidnapping and murder, or for inciting shoe bomber Richard Reid to violence. The same Sheikh Gilani who was arrested but then released in Pakistan.

Why, I wondered, was this obvious connection not being reported widely in the media? Why were dozens of Islamic compounds —all of them tax exempt —founded by a known terrorist living in Pakistan, allowed to exist on American soil? Why were criminals able to hide in these camps, and why are the camp leaders even now teaching their residents how to become snipers, how to sneak up behind the “enemy” and slit a throat, knife-fighting skills, hand-to-hand combat, bomb-making instruction, and more.
This book will explain how all these activities are happening right now in dozens of Muslim compounds under the guise of constitutionally protected “religious freedom” … how the poor, black, criminally susceptible element in America is being hijacked by Al Fuqra to turn against their fellow citizens and commit Islamic holy war … how Al Fuqra is planning future attacks against America … and how local and federal authorities are turning a blind eye to the coming danger.

This book will connect all the dots for you, from the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993, to Daniel Pearl, to multiple terrorist attacks across the nation and the world, to links to Al Qaeda, to money-laundering schemes that rob American tax dollars to fund terrorism, to Islamic terror training camps through the United States…

… to the shocking revelations of abuse, corruption, terrorism and murder by an undercover agent who lived in an MOA compound for eight years…
… and finally to the insulated, reclusive, aging Sheikh Gilani in Pakistan, who serves as the inspiration for it all.

The plan and ultimate goal of radical Islam is not just to inflict terror by attacking our nation, but to inspire homegrown terrorism from within, committed by Americans against Americans. The plan is working, and the goal is being achieved.

In the 1990s, Gilani’s American recruits were required to sign an oath, stating: “I shall always hear and obey, and whenever given the command, I shall readily fight for Allah’s sake.”# This makes one thing clear about the Daniel Pearl case: He was on the trail of a very big story.

In recent months these Muslim compounds have appeared to be sleeping, with no obvious terrorist activity occurring to the outside world. The far-off sound of rapid gunfire every now and then in the backwoods of rural Virginia, Georgia and South Carolina do not raise many eyebrows. But it is just a matter of time before the homegrown jihadists awake from their sleeper cells and sound the battle cry.

1. “What to make of the Islamic compounds across America affiliated with the Pakistani radical group Jamaat al-Fuqra?” by Mira L. Boland, Wall Street Journal, March 18, 2002.

2. “Pillar of Lies,” Sheikh Mubarik Ali Gilani (

3. “What to make of the Islamic compounds across America affiliated with the Pakistani radical group Jamaat al-Fuqra?” by Mira L. Boland, Wall Street Journal, March 18, 2002.

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