Tuesday, June 05, 2007


5 June 2005: An article published by John Mazor and and Murray Weiss in the New York Post yesterday provided more media coverage into the Islamic encampment in New York state that this agency has been reporting on for the last 18 months - Islamberg. According to the report in the New York Post, "reports of gunfire and military-style physical training at the camp have led some investigators to believe that the group's members are preparing for homegrown jihad." An admission by one members of the enclave was interesting, considering the background of many of the residents: "We got guns up here just like everyone else got guns."

Image by New York Fox Channel 5

In addition to the guns, this investigator verified that they also have a school bus on the property - a bus like our children ride to school, except this bus appears to hold distinctions few other school buses have... windows that appear to have been "blown out" from the inside, and holes that resemble and appear to be bullet holes into its exterior shell. The bus sits idle on the property and does not appear to be operable. The fact that this bus is present on the property at all is curious, as this commune of Muslim followers of Pakistani terrorist Sheikh SyeSyed Mubarik Ali Gilani boasts of its own school program for its members.

Terrorist Sheikh SyeSyed Mubarik Ali Gilani

Questions posed to the members of the compound are unwelcome, and an investigative report published by this agency in conjunction with another Internet researcher was met with the ire of Sheikh Gilani himself on his web site in a scathing statement of disapproval and accusations.

Nearly six years after the worst terrorist attacks against the U.S. in our history, it is disturbing that disrupted Muslim terror plots merit less space and placement in the print media than matters related to Paris Hilton and and other "soft news." It is refreshing, however, to see the New York Post taking the lead in asking questions about what is taking place at Gilani-run compounds in the U.S. such as Islamberg. Considering that recent federal indictments have exposed that paramilitary training of Muslim men is taking place in the U.S. - such as those involved in the plot to attack Fort Dix - we would expect more coverage on this issue.

U.S. publications have much catching up to do, however, to our Canadian partners. To date, Judi McLeod, the founder and executive editor of Canada Free Press and her aggressive and super-competent staff of investigative reporters have blazed the trail in exposing such compounds here in the U.S. Canada Free Press has provided extensive and excellent coverage of Jamaat ul fuqra, the terrorist organization behind these compounds. Author and investigative reporter Paul Williams, the author of the new book The Day of Islam and whose reports have appeared on Canada Free Press and other Internet news sites, has also been working overtime to identify potential threats posed by encampments such as Islamberg and Jamaat ul Fuqra compounds that have become more active in the wake of the attacks on America.

With more than 35 such compounds spread over the U.S., many located in strategic areas close to locations of critical U.S. infrastructures, we need to be paying close attention to what is taking place inside America and our own back yards.

And our attention span to such matters must be maintained until the threat against us - against our children and future generations, is terminated. Failure to do so could result in a school bus with blasted windows and bullet holes on a city street in America's heartland.

With special thanks to Mr. John Mazor and Mr. Murray Weiss of the New York Post, Judi McLeod and her staff at Canada Free Press, author Dr. Paul Williams, and Fox News5.


No comments:

Post a Comment