A former FBI special agent told law enforcement and Homeland Security personnel that a network of Islamic organizations are working to incrementally implement Islamic law in the United States.
During a presentation at the Bedford County Emergency Management Agency, former FBI agent John Guandolo briefed members about groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood, which he claims is working with other Islamic groups to slowly implement Shariah, also known as Islamic law, which encompasses all areas of life.
Every major Muslim organization is controlled by the Muslim Brotherhood, the former FBI agent said, which he said was formed to overthrow America and establish Islamic law.
“They’re having great success of implementing Shariah law, I could give you a thousand examples,” Guandolo said. He said small concessions like installing foot baths, and colleges forced to have separate swimming times for Islamic men and women so not to offend Muslims, are other parts of the strategy.
But Guandolo said that federal leadership is reluctant to act against these Islamic organizations due to political correctness and the threats of lawsuits.
He said that FBI agents in the field “are working good cases,” but that the FBI leadership “is unwilling to do what the agents are asking them to do, which is to pony up and use some courage and start stepping on these people.”
“This is political subversion, this is an insurgency in the United States,” he said of the Islamic movement. “Insurgency is thwarted at the local level and the tip of the spear is local police.”
Guandolo also said that the group CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, is actually a front for the terror group Hamas.
Also presented was a viewing of the documentary “Homegrown Jihad: The Terrorist Camps Around the U.S.”, produced by the group Christian Action Network (CAN).
The group describes its purpose as “to protect America’s religious and moral heritage through intensive lobbying efforts – both in the nation’s capital and at the grass roots level.” They claim that for the past two years, members have “been on location, deep inside hidden Islamic terrorist training compounds, scattered across the United States.”
Guandolo said that “cowardness” has prevented officials from taking action about the camps scattered across the country.
Presenting the video was Wes Campbell, who works with the national intelligence community as chief of intelligence at Arnold Engineering Development Center, and Jonna Bianco with the Center for Security Policy.
EMA director Scott Johnson said in his introduction to the presentation that fundraising and training were important parts of the Islamic movement, not just attacks like 9/11.