Do Radicalized Islamic Communities Exist in the US?

GOP presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz’s call for patrolling of Muslim communities with signs of extremism is being bashed as pandering to anti-Muslim voters, with critics saying there aren’t even Islamist communities in the U.S. to begin with.

They are wrong. They exist — and newly-published documents show that they’ve boasted of enforcing Islamic sharia law, even going so far as to whip children.

Jamaat ul-Fuqra, a Pakistani militant group that has rebranded itself as Muslims of the Americas, says it has 22 “Islamic villages” in the U.S. Its “Islamberg” headquarters in New York is the most well-known.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Nothing will be done about this as long as the jihadist-in-chief remains in the White House.

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    • Exile1981

      parts of calgary.

  • “Do Radicalized Islamic Communities Exist In The US?”
    It’s like asking “Is the Pope a Catholic”…..errrr…..then again: perhaps not…

  • Zaba

    Do Radicalized Islamic Communities Exist In The US?

    Do they own even one copy of the koran?

  • tom_billesley

    “Muslims of the Americas”. It’d be a good name for a museum. Not a big one.