A former FBI counter-terrorism special agent named John Guandolo recently went public with a chilling warning for the American people regarding the various Islamic centers and mosques around the country, saying that most are part of a broad “jihadi network.”
During an interview with Breitbart, Guandolo revealed that virtually all of the recent attacks inside of America by radical Islamic jihadists had been supported by a local Islamic center or mosque.
He went on to declare that of the more than 2,200 Islamic centers and mosques in America, the “vast majority of them are a part of this network — they’re hostile.”
While of course most of the Muslim-Americans who attend these mosques and Islamic centers are truly moderate and peaceful, it is exceedingly difficult to differentiate the moderates from the radicals hiding in the midst of them.
Furthermore, he revealed that based upon investigations of property records, more than 75 percent of these Islamic centers and mosques were owned by the Muslim Brotherhood and their various affiliates, such as the North American Islamic Trust and the Islamic Society of North America, and of course the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
Guandolo attempted to share his knowledge with other FBI agents and government officials, setting up a couple of training courses that were unfortunately shut down by the Obama administration.
In the course of his investigations, Guandolo also discovered via internal documents that “the purpose of this network is to wage civilization jihad… until the entire world, and specifically the United States, is under Shariah law and the Islamic State is established here.”
He went on to explain how the leaders of these Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated Islamic organizations have worked themselves into various levels of the federal government as advisers in sensitive departments like the FBI, Pentagon and Department of Homeland Security staffs.
Guandolo said that these advisers have immense input on the writing of terrorism-related policies and have made numerous changes to existing policies due to some aspects being “offensive” to Muslims.
He also warned against focusing too much on terror organizations like the Islamic State group, as they are merely “part of a much broader movement” that is bigger than simply one group or organization.
However, the most troubling thing for Guandolo was the utter ignorance of this widespread threat among most government officials, the majority of whom had no idea what was going on when he first informed them.
This ignorance of the risks goes all the way up to senior government officials, many of whom have “no idea this is going on inside the United States because the people advising us are the leaders of the organizations — that per evidence in counterterrorism trials — have been identified as organizations that are Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, Al Qaeda” who are “necessarily hostile to our system, our war fighting, our way of life.
“That’s the problem,” he said.