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The FBI Believes Militia Extremists Are Beginning to Target Muslim Institutions | Public Intelligence


The FBI Believes Militia Extremists Are Beginning to Target Muslim Institutions | Public Intelligence:

These misconceptions are often held by “adherents of a militia
ideology who seek validation of anti-government conspiracy theories”
including that the U.S. government allows “allows the group Muslims of
the Americas (aka Jamaat ul Fuqra, hereinafter referred to as MOA) to
operate terrorist training camps at dozens of locations across the
United States.”  Citing videos and articles from the Christian Action Network, Pamela Geller and World Net Daily,
the bulletin says that similar claims “periodically surge” following
acts of Islamic-inspired terrorism.  The bulletin also cites a
restricted 2006 report published by Public Intelligence
from the Regional Organized Crime Information Center that “identified
the location of seven MOA ‘training compounds'” within the U.S.

The FBI ultimately states that the “incorporation of anti-Islamic
attitudes” serves to “dilute core militia ideological beliefs” and that
signs of this “fragmenting ideology” could include “a noticeable
reduction in rhetoric pertaining to the traditional core concern over
Second Amendment rights” as well as the “addition of new types of
targets, and actions or decisions made based upon current events rather
than ideology.”

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