An Islamic American group with a history of terrorism, known as Muslims of Americas (MOA), will reportedly be featured on an upcoming episode of The History Channel series “America’s Book of Secrets.”
The program will air at 10 p.m. this Saturday, April 12, and throughout the remainder of the week.
Martin Mawyer, President of Christian Action Network, discussed MOA extensively with producers of the show, who explained that his book, “Twilight in America” was the catalyst for the documentary, which will take up around 10 minutes of the program's entire segment, called “American Terrorists.”
MOA is an American-based Islamic organization which has had at least 22 enclaves throughout the country. According to a recently declassified FBI report, MOA is devoted to “jihad or holy war against individuals or groups it considers enemies of Islam, which includes the U.S. government.”
The FBI confirms that MOA members “have participated in 10 murders, one disappearance, three fire-bombings and one attempted fire-bombing, two explosive bombings with one attempted bombing.” Further, the FBI report states that “the MOA is now an autonomous organization which possesses an infrastructure capable of planning and mounting terrorist campaigns overseas and within the U.S.”
Leaders of MOA are currently suing Christian Action Network, Mawyer and co-author Patti A. Pierucci claiming “defamation” from their book “Twilight in America.” The book is a detailed account of the history of MOA, and its many crimes and terrorist activities in the United States.
The upcoming episode of “America’s Book of Secrets” will delve into the world of terrorism on American soil, and will also reveal “terrorists’ recruiting tactics in American prisons.” “With tens of thousands of terrorists operating in the United States, can Americans ever reclaim the peace and security that was once taken for granted?” queries the episode’s description.
To view a complete description of the upcoming episode, go to The History Channel web site.