As time has created a sort of callused nature allowing out diligence to be dulled regarding the extremist population of Muslims, it seems that they have never stopped preparing for their next attack. Recently exposed in a deposition were the locations of several previously unheard of locations in which terrorists are training the next wave of jihadists – inside of the United States.
The recent findings started out after Martin Mawyer and Patti Pierucci wrote a book titled Twilight in America that details the interworkings of a group called the Muslims of America (MOA). The two were then sued for $30 million by the group’s leader, Deputy Director Hussein Adams, who also just happens to be the son of known terrorist Barry Adams.
The case was eventually tossed out as the judge felt that Adams was not able to prove that the authors of the book weren’t factual in their claims. Instead however it came out that the Muslim network has been scheming, under protection of America’s First Amendment rights, and has effectively created facilities, or compounds, to trains the next generation of jihadists.
Of course, realizing the turn of questioning, Adams went on the defensive claiming that the compounds were just areas where Muslims lived and claimed he didn’t know who lived in any of them, or who even paid the bills.
Although MOA has previously claimed that they have 22 “Islamic villages” around the U.S., Adams was only willing to release the names of three compounds; Islamberg in Hancock, NY, Holy Islamville in York County, South Carolina, and “Mariaville,” located “just down the street,” of Islamberg.
However, several other locations have been unofficially located including; “Islamville in Dover, Tennessee; Hasanville in Barry’s Bay, Ontario, Canada; Madinah Village near Commerce, Georgia; Aliville in Odum, Georgia; Ahmadabad West in Red House, Virginia and one with an unknown name in Meherrin, Virginia.”
Adams also stated that MOA also had another “community” located just outside of Anchorage, Alaska.
When confronted about their organization listing 22 communities, Adams only offered the mediocre response, “Well, maybe there were other locations included.” Adams and other officials of MOA claim that they do not train soldiers for Jihad, but those claims have been disputed by released videos showing soldiers training in these “communities.”
Of course, Adams is claiming ignorance on this saying he is unaware of any such training and that the MOA does not stockpile weapons. He did however say, “if there is, you’re referring to individuals’ personal firearms.” When asked about the guerilla style training as seen on the tapes, Adams conveyed, “I know that they were doing things. They were going out there and marching and carrying on with some wooden sticks. Yeah, I know about that.”
Another woman, Khadijah Smith, deposed that represented the MOA said that she had been involved in such training. However, instead of soldier training, she referred to is at, “self-defense” courses. “Self—we have self-defense classes, yes,” Smith replied. After being told that it looks more like military style training, she said, “That’s in reference—that’s basically personal opinion, but I know that I’ve actually taken self-defense classes, as well as all the other ladies did.”
Despite whatever the MOA claims certain assertions can still be made just by their existence. According to a recently declassified 2007 FBI document, 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, which includes the U.S. Government.”
They are certainly planning something and seeing how their last strike was over 12 years ago, it can only be assumed that this progressive integration into American society, along with their secretive compounds, only points toward one thing.
What do you think – are they really just innocent communes or could they be training extremist soldiers? Let us know what you think all this means in a comment below.