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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.
As was seen on Fox & Friends and the Hannity Show, Homegrown Jihad took the producers and reporters of the documentary on a perilous journey to terrorist camps in New York, South Carolina, Georgia and Virginia to expose the Islamic camps and compounds.
Martin Mawyer, president of Christian Action Network, took on the film project after being told by a former FBI agent that his organization was just 30 miles from an Islamic terrorist camp in Red House, VA called “Muslims of America”
Captured on video are interviews with leaders of the Muslim group as the film explores the commitment of its followers to become “Soldiers of Allah,” as directed by their leader, Sheikh Gilani.
Upon further investigation, Mawyer learned that the Red House camp was but just one of a network of “Muslims of America” terrorist camps scattered throughout the United States, whose members have been criminally investigated, charged and jailed for such terrorist acts as firebombings and assassinations.
The highlight of that investigation was the discovery a secret guerilla warfare training video produced by the organization called, “Soldiers of Allah.”
Leaders of the group immediately distanced itself from the training video, claiming it was not theirs, even though the video clearly featured its then leader, Sheikh Gilani.
In the training video, Gilani tells his soldiers, “Act like you are a friend, then kill him, just like from the book,” supposedly referring to the Quran.
Mawyer decided that his film crew would visit the Islamic camps and challenge their leaders to either condemn Gilani’s exhortation to “kill” their enemies or embrace them.
Homegrown Jihad is packed with tense, unpredictable and nail-biting moments as the film crew lands upon these terrorist camps unannounced, unexpected and obviously unwelcome.
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