DAILYKENN.com -- A "makeshift military-style obstacle course" has been uncovered by the FBI in Alabama. The camp is located at the end of a dirt road and is owned by a black Muslim group.
To our knowledge there are no such terrorist training camps operated by neo-Nazi or Klan groups in the United States. Muslims and the far-left "antifa" seem to have an exclusive franchise or real violent hate groups in the USA. Nonetheless, the far-left media seems have us convinced that white nationalism poses the most serious threat to our safety.
From noqreport.com ▼
A compound three miles from downtown Tuscegee, Alabama, was seized by FBI last week on suspicion of being a terrorist training camp. It is owned by Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, who was arrested last year for operating a similar camp in New Mexico where minors were being trained in terrorism. The remains of Wahhaj’s 3-year-old son was found on the property.
Siraj Ibn Wahhaj is the son of Imam Siraj Wahhaj, the leader of both the Al-Taqwa mosque in Brooklyn, New York, and The Muslim Alliance in North America (MANA).
The FBI‘s search warrant described the property as a “makeshift military-style obstacle course.”
According to foxnews.com ▼
The property, similar to another compound in New Mexico the group is now linked to where federal prosecutors say Wahhaj and four other suspects were training children to carry out deadly terror attacks on American soil.
FBI Assistant Director for the Counterterrorism Division Michael McGarrity told lawmakers on Capitol Hill there are 850 open domestic terrorism investigations, with 40% racially motivated violent extremism.
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