With all that is going on globally today, UTT believes it is a good time to review the depth of the Islamic Counter-State in America.
The following is a breakdown of the key elements of the Islamic Counter-State in the United States/North America:
Muslim Brotherhood (MB): Founded in 1928 in Egypt, the MB came to the United States in the early 1960’s and is the leading Islamic Movement in the U.S. today. The U.S. MB controls most of the prominent Islamic organizations in America today, controls the Interfaith Outreach in the U.S., and has significant control of the U.S. decision-making process for national security matters regarding Islam. The Hamas leadership of the U.S. MB has turned the reigns of power over to the Turkish MB and President Erdogan of Turkey, the likely next Caliph.
Deobandis: Created in Deoband, India around 1867. Around the world and in the United States they have established Darul Uloom entities for training scholars and jihadis. The Taliban came out of the Deobandis, as did the San Bernardino (CA) jihadis Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik who killed 14 people and who attended the Deobandi Dar-al-Uloom al-Islamiya of America in San Bernardino.
Jamaat e Islami (JI): (Jamaat means Assembly) Founded in 1941 in India by Islamic scholar Abul ala Maududi, who called for an Islamic revolution and overthrow of all un-islamic governments. Maududi ended up living and dying in Buffalo, New York. The main Jamaat e Islami entity in the United States today is the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA). ICNA partnered with the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood’s Muslim American Society (MAS) in 2000, and acts as a dawah and propaganda arm of the North American Islamic Counter-State.
Tabligi Jamaat (TJ): Founded in 1927 Mewat, India, follows the Deobandi schools, and is arguably the largest Islamic Movement in the world. TJ is very active in the United States, and the Tabligis are the ones who recruited John Walker Lind, “The American Taliban.”
The difference between these Islamic Movements is leadership and methodology. All of them work daily to establish an Islamic State ruled by “Allah’s divine law”/sharia.
The most prominent Islamic Movement in the United States is the Muslim Brotherhood whose organizations include, but are not limited to:
U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO), Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), Muslim American Society (MAS), Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), Muslim Students Association (MSA), Muslim Advocates, Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), Muslim Legal Fund of America (MLFA), Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT), Fiqh Council of North America (FCNA), Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America (AMJA), North American Imams Federation (NAIF), and a majority of the 3600 Islamic centers/mosques in America.
These organizations and the MB’s partner Islamic Movements all work to support jihadis and jihad operations in the U.S.
Al Qaeda, Islamic State, Hizbollah, Hamas (MB), Al Shabaab, and other military jihadi organizations operate in the United States.
Military jihadi operations as well as individual jihadi operations are directly supported by the network detailed above. From the 9/11 attacks to Fort Hood, to the Boston Marathon Bombings, attacks in San Bernardino, Orlando night club, Chattanooga attack that killed 5 U.S. military servicemen, to the 17 year old who slit his friends throat, all of these attacks were supported by mosques and prominent Islamic organizations in the United States.
Yet, today there is no investigative action at the strategic level to rip this network down.
This is why the work of UTT is vital to the safety of American citizens. UTT is the only organization in America which empowers citizens and local officials to identify and dismantle jihadi networks at the LOCAL level.