CAN Documentary Exposes Goal of Homegrown Terror Group: ‘Act Like a Friend, Then Kill Him’
Scattered around the United States, unknown by most Americans, are dozens of Islamic terrorist-training compounds known as “Muslims of the Americas.” Under the leadership of a radical Pakistani cleric, Sheikh Mubarik Gilani, Muslims of the Americas has thousands of devoted followers who are being groomed for homegrown jihad. In never-before-seen video footage, Christian Action Network exposes these dangerous terrorist compounds and reveals for the first time a secret training tape in which American Muslims are recruited to “join one of the most advanced training courses in Islamic military warfare” … right here in America. You’ll learn that Muslims of the Americas is really a front group for the terrorist organization known as Jamaat Al Fuqra (meaning “community of the impoverished”). Al Fuqra was once on the U.S. State Department’s terrorist watch list; its members have been convicted of dozens of crimes, including murder, fraud, assassination, drug-running, arson and white-collar welfare fraud. “What we are witnessing here is kind of a brand new form of terrorism,” said FBI agent Jody Weis. “These homegrown terrorists can prove to be as dangerous as any known group, if not more so.” In this riveting documentary, CAN President Martin Mawyer enters these camps to confront their members about the group’s terrorist connections. You’ll witness firsthand their angry, violent reactions, their lies, and their hatred for America. Following years of research and traveling the country to locate these camps, Mawyer has produced one of the most shocking video documentaries on homegrown terrorism ever filmed. Homegrown Jihad also contains the secret, never-before-seen video known as “Soldiers of Allah”—another name for Al Fuqra and Muslims of the Americas. This footage, obtained from a secret source by Christian Action Network, shows Sheikh Gilani himself firing weapons and recruiting followers. In the video he tells recruits to learn “Islamic guerilla warfare.” “We have prepared them to defend themselves and given them highly specialized, training in guerilla warfare,” Gilani says in the training video. “We will train you to be like tigers and lions … “ … Act like you are a friend, then kill him,” is Gilani’s chilling command to his followers. The “Soldiers of Allah” video—included in this DVD—also shows recruits how to wear camouflage, perform stealth operations, murder guards, strangle victims from behind, engage in hand-to-hand combat and weapons training. “When Sheikh Gilani says, “Act like you are a friend, then kill him’—he’s talking about you, the infidel, who they want to destroy,” said Mawyer. “They are operating in our backyards and their goal is to murder Jews, Christians, Americans, and anyone they believe to be an enemy of Islam and Sheikh Gilani.” Gilani defines the enemy clearly: “We are fighting to destroy the enemy. We are dealing with evil at its roots, and its roots are America.” Homegrown Jihad: The Terrorist Camps Around U.S. is the wake-up call that America needs to shut down these camps once and for all.
Martin Mawyer is the Founder and President of Christian Action Network, a non-profit public advocacy and education group based in Lynchburg, Virginia. He began his career as a freelance journalist and has authored several books, including “Silent Shame,” “The Pro-Family Contract With America,” “Pathways to Success,” and his most recent, “Twilight in America: The Untold Story of Islamic Terrorist Training Camps Inside America.” He has produced a number of documentary films, including Homegrown Jihad, Islam Rising, Sacrificed Survivors and America’s Islamic Threat. Mawyer has appeared on The O’Reilly Factor, Hannity, Larry King Live, Pat Robertson’s 700 Club, NBC’s Today Show, Entertainment Tonight and Fox and Friends. His latest book, “Twilight in America,” co-authored by Patti A. Pierucci, details the activities of Islamic terrorist training camps scattered throughout the United States. It can be purchased at TwilightInAmerica.com or Amazon.com in book or Kindle version