Friday, June 06, 2008

Assaulted by Jamaat ul-Fuqra

Gates of Vienna has reported many times about the phenomenon of Jamaat ul-Fuqra in the United States. You will find a partial listing of these reports at the bottom of this post.

Sheikh Gilani LaneA short version: Under the cover of its front organization known as the Muslims of America, the terrorist organization Jamaat ul-Fuqra operates — among many others — a rural compound in Red House, which is in northern Charlotte County, Virginia. The founder and leader of Jamaat ul-Fuqra is Sheikh Syed Mubarik Ali Gilani, and the residents of the Red House compound have named the muddy track that snakes through their compound “Sheikh Gilani Lane”. It is the officially-designated county name for the road, and in defiance of repeated protests by the Christian Action Network, the Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to keep the name as it is.

CAN has obtained a training video made by Sheikh Gilani that details his mission of jihad, and this is what led to an incident recently at the Red House compound. The video of the assault on the Christian Action cameraman speaks for itself:

MOA“The Muslims of America” poses as a peaceful and beneficent religious group, no different from a Methodist prayer circle or the Knights of Columbus. But the “Soldiers of Allah” video reveals that Sheikh Gilani’s organization is something more sinister, and his disciples have every reason to be concerned about the truth leaking out.

A listing of Jamaat ul-Fuqra and MOA links is below the jump.
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The Christian Action Network and Jamaat ul-Fuqra:

Other posts on Jamaat ul-Fuqra:


Joanne said...

Muslims do not commit violence with children around? No, they just blow up children, shoot, maim, burn, and beat children. Is it any wonder they have no qualms about committing violent acts against peaceful people.

We all need to snap out of it, and quit drinking the fluoridated water.

songdongnigh said...

If Sheikh Gilani Lane is an official county road name, that must mean it's open to the public but will the Board of Supervisors provide protection to anyone choosing to drive down the road? And I wonder, do the residences there and at other compounds meet all federal, state and county sanitation, building and housing codes? Sometimes it's those pesky details that screw up a plan.