Posts Tagged ‘United American Committee’

Video: Islamic Supremicsts Invade Board Meeting

March 23, 2009

In response to the WaPo article dismissing concerns about the ISA teachings, sums it up best:

For equality and liberty to survive, supremacism of any kind must be consistently challenged without fear.  If this had been a South African-supported school during the apartheid era, with a documented history of textbooks teaching children white supremacism and hatred to other races, I would have the same problem with it.  Or any other institution with a history of supremacist textbooks teaching hate and

This is why it is so important to defend our shared inalienable human rights of equality and liberty, as I am doing at

Would those who claim we don’t have a right to defend equality and liberty call our defense as “hate propaganda” if we were challenging an institution supporting racial supremacists?  Or challenging South African apartheid advocates?  Or challenging the history of racial supremacism in America?

AtlasShrugs and SaudiWatch have further analysis of the Islamic Saudi Academy’s litany of offenses here and here.


Hometown Jihad Documentary DC Release

February 12, 2009

Our review is forthcoming, but Jeffrey Imm does a great job.  He was there last night, below is his article.

Bottom line, it is a documentary whose jaw dropping power compels action.  It provides facts, not feelings.  These are our weapons, consider yourself armed, now act-buy a copy, support their legislation, stay informed, inform a friend, and stay active, we will soon be issuing a coordinated call to action on the soft Jihad against GMU (see here and here).  You are isolated but not alone, now get out there and fight.

Washington DC: 150 Attend Anti-Jihad Event

by Jeffrey Imm
Anti-Jihad League of America

February 12, 2009

On Wednesday night, February 11, over 150 Washington DC area residents attended the premiere screening of the film “Homegrown Jihad: The Terrorist Camps Around U.S.” at a Washington DC theater.  The film screening was sponsored by the Christian Action Network that co-produced the film along with PRB films, directed by Christian Action Network president Martin Mawyer.  The film documents the activities of the Jamaat ul-Fuqra organization and its front organization “Muslims of America,” led by Pakistani Islamic cleric Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani, and their 35 camps around the United States.    The documentary references a 2006 Regional Organized Crime Information Center report that states that  Ali Gilani is “known as an international terrorist” and that Jamaat ul-Fuqra has “more than 3,000 members spread across the United States, all in support of one goal: the purification of Islam through violence.”

The film shows segments from an internal terrorist training video by Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani, entitled “Soldiers of Allah.”  As the Christian Action Network documentary explains, the “Soldiers of Allah” “Islamic military warfare” training video “teaches American students how to operate AK-47 rifles, rocket launchers, and machine guns; how to kidnap Americans and then kill them; how to conduct sabotage and subversive operations; and how to use mortars and explosives.”   As shown in the documentary, Ali Gilani tells his members “We are fighting to destroy the enemy. We are dealing with evil at its roots and its roots are America.”

The Christian Action Network documentary then proceeds to document the terrorist and criminal activities of individuals associated with Ali Gilani’s Jamaat ul-Fuqra organization, linked to 10 assassinations and 17 firebombings.   The documentary states that Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl was on his way to a meeting with Ali Gilani in Pakistan, when he was abducted and killed.  The film also describes the involvement of Jamaat ul-Fuqra members in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

The documentary makers investigate Ali Gilani’s “Muslims of America” camps at locations around the United States, soliciting feedback from members on Ali Gilani’s “Soldiers of Allah” video, which many refuse to acknowledge, some accept as necessary, and others respond to with threats and violence to the Christian Action Network documentary makers.  The film includes interviews with state and local law enforcement struggling to prosecute Jamaat ul-Fuqra individuals and their frustration with a lack of federal law enforcement support, as well as local individuals concerned for their safety living near one of Ali Gilani’s “Muslims of America” camps.

After the film, Christian Action Network’s Martin Mawyer,  Christian Action Network’s Jason Campbell, and the Higgins Counter-Terrorism Research Center’s Dr. Peter Leitner had a question and answer session with the audience.  Mr. Mawyer explained how the :Homegrown Jihad” film had taken three years to produce, and told the audience that the Christian Action Network’s next objective was to develop a similar documentary about the growth of Sharia law in Europe.  Mr. Mawyer also pointed out how his organization provided this documentary to the FBI and to Congressional representatives.  The audience gave special applause for Jason Campbell’s fearlessness in approaching hostile members of the “Muslims of America” camps in the documentary.  Dr. Leitner addressed counterterrorism and law-enforcement questions posed by the audience.

The Washington DC audience was invited to attend the premiere screening by the Christian Action Network through emails, promotion of the event by anti-jihad web sites and organizations, and local radio promotion by Washington DC area’s WAVA-FM radio host Don Kroah.  Local activist groups also promoted the anti-jihad event, with attendance by DC area activist leaders Catherine Martin (ACT!For America — Northern Virginia & DC Metro Chapter), John Cosgrove (United American Committee, Virginia Chapter), and Jeffrey Imm (Anti-Jihad League of America), among others.  A number in the audience expressed interest in further follow-on activities to bring the war of ideas to the America public.

Jihad Matinee

September 18, 2008

We are excited to announce the next two dates in the UAC free film screenings.

The following dates are confirmed, all for the following location:

Fairfax City Regional Library
10360 North Street
Fairfax, VA 22030-2514
Room 101A

Sept. 20, 1-3 p.m.: Obsession: Radical Islam’s War Against the West
Oct. 4, 10 a.m-Noon: What the West Needs to Know About Islam

Please feel free to bring a friend and/or skeptic, just RSVP.

We will also provide a quick brief on the latest developments in the efforts against the Islamic Saudi Academy in FXCO.

UAC VA Free Documentary Series

July 15, 2008

UPDATE: August Screening of Obsession Postponed. Everything is ok, just need to move the date.

Possible reschedule on August 23, 30, or into Sept.

Will update as soon as I can.

Concerned about the Islamist threat?

Please join us to get out of the heat and into the fight against jihad.

The Virginia Chapter of the United American Committee proudly begins an objective and unapologetic series of film screenings and discussion on Islamist aggression. For free, a new film will be shown each month beginning in July and ending in October.

From 2:00-3:00 p.m., Saturday, July 19, 2008, “Terrorists Among Us” will be screened in Room 101 A&B, of the new City of Fairfax Regional Library.

“Terrorists Among Us” is a 1994 PBS documentary that reveals footage of jihadi networks inside the US. US Rep. Christopher Smith (R-NJ) endorses the film by saying “I encourage every member of the House and Senate and hopefully every American to view this video.”

A one hour discussion period will follow for those wishing to participate or listen.

Those concerned about the Islamist threat are encouraged to attend. As seating is limited, please RSVP to:

The City of Fairfax Regional Library is located at 10360 North Street Fairfax, VA, 22030-2514. Phone: 703-293-6227

Future Events

September 20th Film Screening: What the West Needs to Know About Islam

NoVa Location TBD

October 18th Film Screening: TBD

NoVa Location TBD

For more information about events, the United American Committee, or how you can contribute to the fight against Islamist aggression, contact: