Muslim Extremist Training Facilities Now Exposed In The U.S.
A recent deposition has revealed that there are currently several locations within the United States at which terrorists are being trained to become the next wave of jihadists. The investigation started when the book Twilight in America, by Martin Mawyer and Patti Pierucci, was released.
In the book, Mawyer and Pierucci discuss a group called Muslims of America (MOA). After the book’s release, the pair of authors were sued by the leader of the group, Deputy Director Hussein Adams, for $30 million. Adams is the son of terrorist Barry Adams.
The case was dismissed when the judge claimed that Adams could not prove that the authors had made false claims in their book. Instead, the case backfired against Adams, drawing attention to a Muslim Network that has created facilities for training jihadists.
Adams claims that the compounds were just areas where the Muslims lived, and claims he doesn’t know who lives there or who pays for them. He would only name 3 of the 22 “Islamic villages” the MOA claims exist in the United States. Several other locations have been unofficially located.
Although the MOA claims that are not training soldiers, video evidence appears to point otherwise, showing soldiers training. Still, Adam claims he knows nothing about the training saying, “if there is, you’re referring to individuals’ personal firearms.”
Khadijah Smith, another representative of the MOA, claims that the classes are “self-defense” rather than soldier training.
Still, an FBI document that was recently made public claims that the MOA “possesses an infrastructure capable of planning and mounting terrorist campaigns overseas and within the U.S., and extols membership to pursue a policy of jihad or holy war against individuals or groups it considers enemies of Islam.”