Why Are Islamic Training Compounds Allowed To Exist in America?

With the recent discovery of an Islamic compound training children to kill, and also the recovery of a young boys remains, it’s hard to imagine why these camps are allowed to exist. A few weeks ago in Amalia NM, police raided a piece of property Muslims were said to be squatting on, but had received information several children were living in absolute horrific conditions. Five men and women were arrested, with 4 being able to post bond. 

As the investigation continues, it has been discovered through an interview with an FBI agent, the children had received advanced firearms training, which they were instructed to shoot law enforcement when the time came. In addition to shooting police, a 10 page document titled “Phases of a Terrorist Attack” directed them to shoot teachers, and bank and hospital workers. The belief is any institution that was corrupt should be shown the truth via violence.  The  handwritten document also included instruction  on the use of a ‘choke point,’  locations ‘called the ideal attack site,’ the ‘ability to defend the safe haven,’ the ‘ability to escape-perimeter rings,’ and ‘sniper position detection procedure,’ One of those “ideal attack sites” was Grady Hospital in Atlanta GA, where one of the female defendants Jany Leveille stated her displeasure of treatment for her mother. 

Although this location in NM did not identify by a religious name, the similarities to Islamberg in Hancock NY and Dover TN and other Muslims of the America compounds is alarming,  All have several young children living in squalor, all are in remote areas of their counties, and all are affiliated with Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani of Lahore Pakistan. Gilani is also the founder and leader of the terrorist organization Jamaat Ul Fuqra, who kidnapped and beheaded Wall Street Journalist Daniel Pearl in 2002. 

3 year old Abdul-Ghani was taken from his mother in Atlanta GA by his father, one of the defendants, Sirhaj Ibn Wahhaj and Jany Leveille, who knew Abdul couldn’t walk and needed medicine for seizures and other ailments related to his birth. Refusing to give his son his medication, would cause seizures in the child, which Wahhaj would tell the other children his son was possessed by jinns, and shayteen (evil spirits and the devil).  Wahhaj and Leveille would perform rituals on Abdul, and sometimes force the other children to watch, or clean him after his seizure.  Due to lack of medication, Abdul passed away, and his father told the other children Abdul would come back as Jesus.

While the NM compound has not been directly linked to Islamberg, the performing of rituals and the belief that diseases can be cured is espoused by women living in Islamberg known as Banaatan Noor International INC.  Started by Sheikh Mubarak Gillani claiming to have in fact cured many afflicted with various illnesses, did Wahhaj and the others believe in and practice that same theory?

In the below video,released by the Muslims of America (MOA) to promote their goodness and service to the community, is a description of what they call the El Gillani Methodology, which uses select portions of the Koran, Supplications and “spiritual exercises”  to cure diseases.  Watch starting at 8:51.


Could  it be  this group of Muslims that practices rites and rituals to cure many illnesses be what was practiced on 3 year old Abdul Ghani?  

Coming up more on Islamberg’s connection to Islamville in Dover TN.

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