SOUTH CAROLINA: What is Holy Islamville?

Did you know about Holy Islamville in South Carolina?

“Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves. But beware of men …” (Matthew 10:16-17a)

Would it be possible for the CIA to use Muslims to kill off Protestants and Jews and then blame the Muslims?  Do they have a history of this? Wouldn’t that eliminate three of their mortal enemies if you know the CIA’s history (click each link throughout this article to learn more)?

“People hate thinking. They will do almost anything to avoid
it. I have made an international reputation for myself by
doing it once or twice a week.” – George Bernard Shaw

In this video, RadicalIslam.org‘s Ryan Mauro has spoken to Frank Gaffney about the terrorist training camps in America and specifically South Carolina.

Ryan Mauro is the chief editor and founder of WorldThreats.com, a national security and geopolitical analysis website. He is also the national security advisor for the Christian Action Network, is an associate editor for GlobalPolitician.com and a US editor at the World Security Network.

The Victory Institute reports:

“Law enforcement officials said Islamville has been on their radar for years and remains a source of concern, given its close proximity to the Catawba nuclear power plant and Charlotte’s banking hubs. But authorities have visited the site numerous times and found no evidence of weapons stockpiles or illegal activities, said State Law Enforcement Division Director Reggie Lloyd.”

Before this article, did you know of a place named “Holy Islamville, South Carolina”?  Here’s their official site.  Here’s their official Wikipedia entry. The history of these camps should let us know that Americans are in danger if our government officials are completely aware of these individuals operating in South Carolina, and are doing nothing.  Then again, is it apathy or CIA strategy?

According to one website, this town was founded in 1982 by a group called Muslims of the Americas (MOA), led by the aforementioned Gilani. The Department of Homeland Security says it is linked to Jamaat ul-Fuqra, a Pakistani militant group also led by Glani. The State Department describes ul-Fuqra as “an Islamic sect that seeks to purify Islam through violence.”  Or is it really all a CIA front group?

Perhaps you have a few questions.  I know I do:

You may not know all the answers, but you should talk to your Senators and Representatives, because now you know.

Ask them what is taking place in Holy Islamville, SC.

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