Radical Muslim Extremists Living In The USA – Immediate Jettison Required
Ramadan Abdullah – arrested on shoplifting charges given four boxes of ammunition was found on him during a security alarm alert on May 31, 2017 – during investigation his home location was searched which uncovered a sizable cache of illegal firearms — including about 10,000 rounds of ammunition ranging from .38-caliber to armor-piercing incendiary rounds.
A source inside MOA says the weapons were intended for the group’s “Islamberg” headquarters in Hancock, NY of which he was a member though supposedly not living in the compound since it was set up. Confidential sources inside MOA say that Ramadan Abdullah has been a significant member of the group since it first formed in the United States in 1980 and helped buy the land that became “Islamberg.” Additional research substantiates their information that he is close to MOA members.
According to Clarion Project, he was part of the original group that traveled across the US purchasing property for Muslim stronghold compounds. MOA is a quiet but active cell group reported to be currently in operation with CAIR and MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD across the US. Reportedly the group is led by Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani in Pakistan who has been recognized as a high level Islamic authority. The New York training compound led by the MOA group and allegedly at least 20 others across the US may have huge caches of ammunition, bombs, artillery, and weapons and are considered dangerous to gawkers. A quiet driveby protest outside Islamberg by Clarion Project’s Ryan Mauro in May 2016 noted marksmen in the trees with rifles trained on the protestors.
In 1977, Abdullah and another individual were charged with the murder of Ali Shawish, in a botched attempt to rob a Brooklyn candy store. In the night of the shooting, police went to Abdullah’s Brooklyn home at 12:15 a.m. to question him. Upon entering, they discovered enough bomb-making materials to construct 50 bombs. His charges were significantly reduced to a misdemeanor though–allegedly according to an officer because he “snitched” on another member.
To avoid searches by the police, MOA officials do not normally allow parolees to live in their communes. Abdullah has been arrested several times in the past, so the security-conscious MOA would obviously not want him to live on the land. Living away from the land also allows for plausible deniability according to the Clarion Project article.
The Islamic State’s suspected inroads into America
Updated June 23, 2017
by Adam Goldman, Jia Lynn Yang and John Muyskens
Federal prosecutors have charged 111 men and women around the country in connection with the Islamic State. So far, 62 have been convicted. Men outnumber women in those cases by about 8 to 1. The average age of the individuals is 27. One is a minor. The FBI says that, in a handful of cases, it has disrupted plots targeting U.S. military or law enforcement personnel.
Read a list of those charged and see interactive map HERE.
Most Wanted By The FBI With Ties To Terrorism or Aiding/Funding Terrorism:
Ghazi Nasr Al-Din – wanted for questioning on fundraising activities for Hizbollah
Fakr ben Abdelazziz Boussora – for questioning on possible terrorist activities within the US Considered Armed and Dangerous
Ahmad Abousamra – Abousamra grew up near Boston, Massachusetts, and also has ties to the Detroit, Michigan, area. Abousamra is thought to have left the United States in 2006. Indicted after taking multiple trips to Pakistan and Yemen to receive terrorist military training and conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. Considered Armed and Dangerous
Ziyad Arnaout – Naturalized citizen. thought to be overseas. – August 9, 2010, US District Court, District of New Jersey allegedly committed more than one million dollars in credit card fraud and was charged with conspiracy to commit credit card fraud. Arnaout was one of the leaders of a large Middle Eastern Criminal Enterprise (MECE) operating in New Jersey and elsewhere. The MECE was engaged in numerous financial fraud schemes and was linked to over four million dollars in credit card fraud and bank fraud.
Steven Nacim – Naturalized citizen. MECE. Nacim and others owned and operated a business known as Computer 3000, based in New Jersey and Casablanca, Morocco. Indicted 2002 with wire fraud, conspiracy to commit wire fraud, bank fraud, and conspiracy to commit bank fraud. Computers and such shipped to Morocco for distribution.
Farhad Fred Monem – naturalized citizen. Speaks both Farsi and English. Portland, Oregon. Known to have traveled to Buffalo, New York, on July 1, 2007, and has ties to California, Canada, and Iran. Twenty counts relating to an alleged bribery scheme, including conspiracy, mail fraud, wire fraud, bribery, money laundering.
Li “Fred” Fangwei – Speaks both Mandarin and English. Alleged role as a principal supplier to Iran’s ballistic missile program operating out of China and engaging in prohibited transactions worth millions of dollars through United States-based financial institutions. Indicted on April 28, 2014, in the US District Court New York charged with Conspiracy to Violate the International Emergency Economic Powers Act; Conspiracy to Commit Money Laundering ; Conspiracy to Commit Wire and Bank Fraud.
Liban Haji Mohamed – Naturalized US citizen. He has lived in the Northern Virginia suburbs of the Washington, D.C.
area. Mohamed is traveling with his U.S. Passport. Allegedly providing material support to Harakat Shabaab Al-Mujahidin, also known as Al-Shabaab and AlQaeda. Mohamed is believed to have left the U.S. on July 5, 2012, with the intent to join Al-Shabaab in East Africa. Considered Armed and Dangerous
Daniel Andreas San Diego – Indicted for his alleged 2003 involvement in two bombings in the San Francisco area and one in Pleasanton. Considered Armed and Dangerous
Pardons Granted by Obama that had convictions concerning terrorism:
January 16, 2016 – Khosrow Afghahi – Conspiracy to violate the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, 50 U.S. C. §1705; violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, 50 U.S.C. § 1705; conspiracy to commit money laundering, 18 U.S.C. §§ 1956(a)(2)(A), (a)(2)(B)(1), & (h); money laundering – Full Pardon with restrictions. Prisoner exchange with Iran
January 16, 2016 – Tooraj Faridi – Conspiracy to violate the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, 50 U.S. C. §1705; violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (two counts), 50 U.S.C. § 1705 – Full Pardon with restrictions. Prisoner exchange with Iran.
January 16, 2016 – Bahram Mechanic – Conspiracy to violate the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, 50 U.S. C. §1705; violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (eleven counts), 50 U.S.C. § 1705; conspiracy to commit money laundering, 18 U.S.C. §§ 1956(a)(2)(A) & (B)(1) and 1956(h); money laundering (eight counts), 18 U.S.C. §§ 1956(a)(2)(A) and (B)(1); willful failure to file Reports of Foreign Bank and Financial accounts (FBARs), 31 U.S. C. §§ 5314 and 5322 – Full Pardon with restrictions. Prisoner exchange with Iran.
Prisoner exchange with Iran. Faridi, his uncle and another Iranian American business partner were among seven U.S. prisoners and criminal defendants pardoned over the weekend in exchange for the release of American detainees held in Iran. The three maintained that they were innocent but with pardon no way to present facts since not brought to trial. One U.S. source told the NPR reporter that seven Iranians were pardoned or received commuted sentences as part of the swap. U.S. officials also said charges were dismissed against 14 Iranian fugitives. [No matter guilt or innocence as the individuals claimed, one absolutely has to wonder why THEY were chosen to be exchanged (and who the others were). I don’t see why Iran would have accepted those particular people without reason.]
So how in the world did these people escape being imprisoned or returned to country of origin after being arrested not once but several times? Obvious answer involves the names Clinton and Obama.
Unfriggin’ believable that this has been going on so long. The compounds need to be raided and destroyed if found to harbor criminals or weapons and ammunition. Any being considered or investigated that have any ties to radical groups, or any found to be hording, transporting, monitored, and practicing the use of weapons of war should be brought to trial and returned to country of origin at the very least. WHY have they been allowed to continue to living in the US? Hang the damn PC crap. If a country and its inhabitants make statements or threats against our country then those within our borders, naturalized citizen or natural, who might be arrested for a crime or are suspected of having ties to groups and aiding them need to be gone! Most especially those known to be radical imams.