Saturday, March 27, 2010

Homegrown Jihad Redux

We’ve posted previously about the Christian Action Network and its movie Homegrown Jihad, which chronicled the establishment of Jamaat ul-Fuqra terrorist compounds throughout rural areas of the United States.

JuF was founded by Sheikh Gilani, who is a Sufi Muslim from Pakistan. The Sunnis of Al Qaeda got a late start, but they are catching up quickly in terms of recruiting and deploying American citizens as Islamic terrorists.

The British documentary below takes a look at recent Al Qaeda-inspired and -sponsored terrorists in the United States:


Hat tip: Vlad Tepes.

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7 comments:

4Symbols said...

In hoc signo vinces

Watched this at the time of broadcast in the U.K. was surprised that Krishnan Guru-Murthy the presenter used the term jihadi maybe it was the disconnect of the story being based in the U.S. that usual censorship rules were relaxed.

Takuan Seiyo said...

If you check today's headlines you will find out that BHO's FBI raids the Christians, not the jihadis.

Gerard said...

This sounds more like a individual case of brainwashing than some potential US fifth column. He sounds like he was taken in by a cult doesn't he.

Also, you can always depend on the British media to somehow inject anti-gun commentary in any US based story! Although I admit they have a point. Why doesn't someone on either the no-fly list or some other terrorist watch list trigger off some warning on the Fed background check required for gun purchases?

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Here is a link to a report of those U.S. raids against Christians.

Contemptible:
The raids against the militias, including the Christian survivalist organization, were conducted in the wake of our March 25th report that disclosed a shift of focus by federal authorities onto domestic groups that allegedly pose a threat to domestic security.

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