Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

FBI Reports on Fuqra

One 2007 FBI report says MOA members have been involved in at least 10 murders, one disappearance, three firebombings, one attempted firebombing, two explosive bombings and one attempted bombing. The report also says:

“The documented propensity for violence by this organization supports the belief the leadership of the MOA extols membership to pursue a policy of jihad or holy war against individuals or groups it considers enemies of Islam, which includes the U.S. Government. Members of the MOA are encouraged to travel to Pakistan to receive religious and military/terrorist training from Sheikh Gilani.”

 “The MOA is now an autonomous organization which possesses an infrastructure capable of planning and mounting terrorist campaigns overseas and within the U.S.”

Another FBI report from 2003 says, “Investigation of the Muslims of the Americas is based on specific and articulate facts giving justification to believe they are engaged in international terrorism.”

However, a May 2015 FBI report about an increasing threat to Muslims from anti-government militia extremists says, “Assertions MOA communities provide terrorist training are unfounded.”

Statements like these usually rest upon the fact that MOA is not designated as a Foreign Terrorist Organization by the State Department. The overall report massively downplays the group’s extremist ideology and criminal and terrorist activity, including the findings from the investigations into the Colorado branch that had a terrorist training camp in Buena Vista.


Footnote: “Intelligence Bulletin: Militia Extremists Expand Target Sets to Include Muslims.” (2015). Federal Bureau of Investigation Counterterrorism Division.

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The Texas Camp

Clarion Project discovered Fuqra’s Texas Camp. Jamaat ul-Fuqra’s history of terrorism in the U.S. and Canada is well-documented. The 2007 FBI record states that its members have been involved in at least 10 murders, one disappearance, three firebombings, one attempted firebombing, two explosive bombings, and one attempted bombing.

The 2007 FBI record states:

“The MOA is now an autonomous organization which possesses an infrastructure capable of planning and mounting terrorist campaigns overseas and within the U.S.”

“The documented propensity for violence by this organization supports the belief the leadership of the MOA extols membership to pursue a policy of jihad or holy war against individuals or groups it considers enemies of Islam, which includes the U.S. Government.”


The Colorado Camp

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WMCO FBI Info (2)
FBI FUQRA Report 1988
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