Video exposes truth about US 'home-grown terrorism'
In February 2009, CBS News obtained a copy of the trailer to the documentary "Homegrown Jihad: The Terrorist Camps Around the U.S.". The film was produced by PRB films, in association with The Christian Action Network.
The film exposes 35 Islamic terrorist training compounds in various parts of the United States. It shows that under the leadership of radical Pakistani cleric Sheikh Mubarak Gilani, this group, Muslims of America, has trained thousands of men for homegrown jihad, while remaining virtually unknown.
The film also includes clips from a "secret" training tape in which American Muslims are recruited into what is considered one of the most advanced courses in Islamic military warfare. These "Soldiers of Allah" are trained in explosives, kidnapping, murder, firing weapons and guerilla warfare.
Officials describe the film to CBS News as "sensationalistic" and without any real foundation. According to one official, it is strictly designed to upset and inflame people and does not present a true picture of any so-called “homegrown Jihad” danger. No current intelligence exists to suggest any threat connected with this group, which officials describe as “wannabes” and not terrorists.
The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI are aware of the movie and have no plans at this time to issue any new alerts or bulletins.
The 'terrorist' who attempted to carry out an attack on Northwest Flight 253, Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab, was reported to the U.S. by his father, former Nigerian minister and banker Alhaji Umaru Mutallab who warned the United States about his son's "extreme" religious views.
According to an article by Law Enforcement Examiner Jim Kouri titled, Shocking: U.S. terrorists training in New York shown in shocking video, a recently revealed 'terrorist training' video appears to warn that similar scenarios may be in the offing and from within the United States.
The chilling video and latest terrorist plots are sparking a public outcry for government officials to protect America—before it is too late. Many Americans believe that terrorist training camps are located thousands of miles away in other countries—but they are terribly wrong. In Hancock, NY, women at the Muslims of America headquarters (the Jamaat ul-Fuqra front in the U.S.) are carrying assault weapons and being trained to kill. A video uncovered by PRB Films exposes this terrifying evidence of possible future attacks.
The video, condensed on YouTube—[New MOA Terror Training Video Exposed], reveals female Muslims of America members marching in military cadence, scaling fabricated walls, engaging in hand-to-hand combat, firing upon mock enemy locations and other forms of training involving firearms and swords.
The video was given to PRB Films by a confidential law enforcement source.
In 2005, an internal Department of Homeland Security report warned that the Pakistan-based group Jamaat ul-Fuqra (aka al-Fuqra), was linked to Muslims of America and had full capacity to attack the U.S. Furthermore, as described in the State Department’s 1998 Patterns of Global Terrorism report, Jamaat ul-Fuqra seeks to purify Islam through violence. Members have purchased isolated rural compounds in North America to live communally, practice their faith and insulate themselves from Western culture. Fuqra members have attacked a variety of targets that they view as enemies of Islam.
According to a law enforcement report by the Regional Organized Crime Information Center, "Today, Muslims of America has more than 35 suspected communes and more than 3,000 members spread across the United States, all in support of one goal: the purification of Islam through violence."
According to Law Enforcement Examiner Jim Kouri, the foregoing report was provided to the National Association of Chiefs of Police by Kristen Schremp of KAS Publicity.
Is this too, as officials described the film "Homegrown Jihad: The Terrorist Camps Around the U.S." to CBS News, "sensationalistic" and without any real foundation?
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