Meanwhile, Back in Islamberg
Readers of Canada Free Press and the Northeast East Intelligence Network will recall our initial report published in February 2006 about Jamaat ul Fuqra, an Islamic terrorist group operating under the guise of legitimacy by adopting benign sounding identities such as the International Quranic Open University and the Muslims of the Americas. The reality is that Jamaat ul Fuqra is a fully operational Islamic terrorist organization firmly embedded throughout the U.S. and Canada and led by top Pakistani terror leader Shiek Mubarek Ali Gilani of Lahore, Pakistan. Gilani is most well known for his role in the death of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, a claim denied by Gilani and the subject of an ongoing dispute among terrorism investigators.
Federal investigators confirmed that Jamat ul Fuqra members have been responsible for at least a dozen murders, 17 bombings and fire bombings, and several assassinations and attempted assassinations. The perpetrators of those terrorist acts received their paramilitary training at the Islamberg compound in New York State. In the weeks preceding the 9/11 attacks, nearby residents to the Islamic compound witnessed male residents of the compound, dressed in military type fatigues, running in military style formation on the rural road adjacent to the Muslim owned property. Other residents heard the sounds of gunfire and small explosions coming from the depths of the expansive property.
Imam El Sheikh Syed Mubarik Ali Gilani Qadri counters that Islamberg is a simple anti-Semitic trutherish community:
In reality, the Muslims of the world do not hate Americans, a fact which the enemies of Muslims and Christians dislike. Therefore, they create situations in which Muslims are presented as terrorists or enemies of the American people, the sinister plan of Israel in their first attempt at the World Trade Center bombing in 1991, an act later determined to be an inside job carried out by an Egyptian on the FBI payroll, and other agencies.I'll take "Snakes in the Grass" for $500, Alex.