As many readers know, the blogger CP (of The Politics of CP) is a dedicated investigator of domestic Islamic terrorists, especially Jamaat ul-Fuqra. An organization called Christian Action Network, based in Lynchburg, Virginia, has also been looking into Jamaat ul-Fuqra. They’re working on a documentary video about their investigations, and a couple of weeks ago they contacted CP and asked him to get involved.
CP knows that I live in the backwoods of Virginia, so he emailed me to find out if I wanted to meet up with him and some of the Christian Action people. We arranged to have dinner together on the outskirts of Lynchburg, and it has at last been my pleasure to meet the renowned CP and shake his hand. He wouldn’t allow himself to be photographed, so you’ll just have to take my word for it that he’s a real live human being, and not a Homeland Security spy-bot.
Christian Action Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to investigating and resisting the Great Islamic Jihad as manifested in its various forms here in the United States. They work from a Christian perspective, but their efforts are to be lauded by anyone who wants to take a stand against the forces of Islamism.
Their main web page features the “Daily Terrorism News”. Here’s their mission statement:
Why Do Christians Need a Daily Update on Terrorism News?
The Bible versus the Koran. Jesus versus Mohammed. Christians versus Muslims. A deadly battle over religion is shocking the world. With new terrorist threats and attacks happening every day, Christian Action Network is now hosting a daily briefing on terrorism news to keep the Christian church informed.
Muslim terrorists want to install a new Caliphate (a Supreme Religious Leader) to rule the world. That is their stated goal. They want complete global domination. And every Christian should stay informed and updated on their efforts to force Islam upon the citizens of the world.
Christ encouraged all believers, “Therefore be on the alert, for you do not know which day your Lord is coming.” Matthew 24:42
Stay alert. And visit this page frequently in Defense Against Muslim and Islamic Terrorism.
During an enjoyable dinner with CP and several people from Christian Action, there was a lively discussion about Jamaat ul-Fuqra, its activities in various locations, and our respective investigations into the group. CP is the premier pajama-clad sleuth looking into JF, but those Christian Action guys really wear out the shoe leather tracking down and visiting the Muslims of America compounds up and down the East Coast.
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Two members of the group are shown at left, Martin Mawyer (the President, on the left), and Jason Campbell. These fellows have a lot more guts than I do: they’ve been visiting JF compounds all over the place, just driving on in, even when they have to pass a sign that says, “STOP! If you don’t live here, turn around and go back.” Yes, the sign really says that; I saw the photo.
They showed us two packages of fascinating photographs, including a large number taken during a recent visit to Jamaat ul-Fuqra locations in Georgia and South Carolina. Jason said that he was thrown out of one compound in Georgia; the JF people told him not to take photos, but he did anyway. Fortunately no one confiscated his camera.
The group paid a visit to the Georgia State Prison near Reidsville, which is a prime recruiting location for Jamaat ul-Fuqra. When the young converts are released from prison, they take up residence in the Commerce compound or one of the other locations in Georgia or South Carolina.
The day before our dinner, Martin and Jason took CP for a ride in the country and drove right on in to the compound in Red House, about which I have posted previously. CP reports that Friday prayers had let out just before his visit, and the people there were quite friendly. I’m sure he’ll be posting on his experience in due course.
Christian Action Network has undertaken an initiative to get the Charlotte County authorities to pull down the “Sheikh Gilani Lane” sign and rename the road at the Red House compound. It is unconscionable that the authorities allow an official county road to be named after an international Islamist whose organization has been listed as a terrorist group by our own State Department.
Martin says that his group has had conversations about the Sheikh Gilani sign with Charlotte County officials, and he is certain that it will be taken down. He has also started a leaflet campaign among local residents; his conversations with them are detailed on the Christian Action website, with a permalinked page here.
I’ll be posting again later on the efforts of the Christian Action Network, as photos become available. Keep your eye on this group; they’re doing important fieldwork in a dangerous field.