Coming soon to dozens of locations across the United States: America's own "no-go" zones where Muslims install their own courts, government, justice and punishment, much like the zones that already exist across the European Union.
That's according to Martin Mawyer of the Christian Action Network.
His organization has been so strong in its opposition to radical Muslim expansion in the U.S., he's been targeted in a $30 million defamation lawsuit by a group called Muslims of the Americas, founded by Pakistan Sheik Mubarak Ali Gilani.
The claims are that Muslims of the Americas was damaged by CAN's publication of the book "Twilight in America: The Untold Story of Islamist Terrorist Training Camps Inside America."
The book accuses Muslims of the Americas of "acting as a front for the radical Islamist group Jamaat al-Fuqra."
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CAN leaders Tuesday told WND the case is at the stage of exchanging documents in preparation for further discovery.
Mawyer recently told Fox News that the leaders of the Muslim organization "feel they have to defend themselves to their own members," because he would have expected the case to be dropped. It is based on the claims of a former New York informant who posed as a member of the Muslims group and alleged it was involved in "street crimes, drugs, brothels, unemployment fraud and other offenses."
There is no question that terror training camps exist across the U.S. According to a documentary, "Homegrown Jihad: The Terrorist Camps Around the U.S.," there are nearly three dozen Islamist terrorist training compounds operating under the name Muslims of the Americas.
The documentary states: "Under the leadership of a radical Pakistani cleric, Sheik Mubarak Gilani, Muslims of the Americas has thousands of devoted followers who are being groomed for homegrown jihad."
The project by CAN "exposes these dangerous terrorist compounds and reveals for the first time a secret training tape in which American Muslims are recruited to join one of the most advanced training courses in Islamic military warfare … right here in America."
Training includes instructions in "explosives, kidnapping, murder, firing weapons and guerrilla warfare," the documentary explains.
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Mawyer told WND he now has learned that the Muslim organization is attempting to model the previously secretive training camps after the European "no-go" zones.
Across the EU, there are enclaves where Muslims make up almost 100 percent of the population. They have been known to set up Shariah religious-law courts alongside secular court systems. They exert control over every facet of life, up to and including applying Islamic limits to what people do, say, wear and believe.
"What they're trying to do is step up from the training camp, the secretive, plotting location … and become their own state within a state," he told WND.
Law enforcement often even is afraid to enter such zones, he noted.
Then, he said, they want to "connect the dots" and link all of the "no-go" zones together.
The concept is shocking to Western civilization, where for generations the rule of law has prevailed, he said.
"We are so used to in the past hearing about [Islam's plan], now there's a whole strategy change, to infiltrate and immigrate, and set up societies within societies," he said.
Dearborn, Mich., where hundreds of thousands of Muslims have settled, is an example, he said. There, city and police officials have been sued in many cases that allege discrimination against Christians effectively by applying Shariah law.
He said the new idea of "no-go" zones is significant.
"They provide weapons and guards, and government officials in their own societies. They build what they want on their compounds, they bury their own people, [their] kids do not go to public schools," he said.
The concerns about Islamist compounds continue to rise. Only a few weeks ago, according to WTOV-TV in West Virginia, Brooke County Sheriff Chuck Jackson tried to assure residents that there is no terror cell active in his region.
He told the station he would reviewed the claims. He investigated the purported site as recently as this year.
"Myself and the chief deputy talked to the farmers in the area over there. We went over to the property in question. It's primarily a hunting camp. There's some guys out there. They do some target practice and they're all local guys. It is not a terrorist training camp, I assure you," he said.
But the West Virginia Intelligence Fusion Center said it's actively investigating information that suggests terrorists are within the borders of the state, the report said.
WND's own reporting on the issue has revealed some surprising elements in America.
The report said Jamaat ul-Fuqra, known in the U.S. as Muslims of the Americas, owns or is leasing hundreds of acres of property from New York to California in which the leader boasts of conducting “the most advanced training courses in Islamic military warfare.”
In a captured recruitment video he states in English: "We are fighting to destroy the enemy.
The recruitment video shows American converts to Islam being instructed in the operation of AK-47 rifles, rocket launchers and machine guns and C4 explosives. It provides instruction in how to kidnap Americans, kill them and how to conduct sabotage and subversive operations.
Jamaat ul-Fuqra's attacks on American soil range from bombings to murder to plots to blow up U.S. landmarks. A 2006 Department of Justice report states Jamaat ul-Fuqra “has more than 35 suspected communes and more than 3,000 members spread across the United States, all in support of one goal: the purification of Islam through violence.” In 2005, the Department of Homeland Security predicted the group would continue to carry out attacks in the U.S.
Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl was attempting to interview Jamaat ul-Fuqra’s leader, Gilani, in 2002 when he was kidnapped and later beheaded. One year later, Iyman Faris, member of both Jamaat ul-Fuqra and al-Qaida, pleaded guilty in federal court to a plot to blow up the Brooklyn Bridge.
“What we are witnessing here is kind of a brand-new form of terrorism,” says FBI Special Agent Jody Weis in the documentary. “These home-grown terrorists can prove to be as dangerous as any known group, if not more so.”