Disturbing Footage Shows Large Islamic Terrorist Attacks Are The Least Of Our Problems…

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In the days since the devastating terrorist attack in Nice, France, the western world has become even more fearful of attacks. A disturbing new video, however, shows that these large attacks aren’t the only threats we’re facing…

The Holy Land Foundation was the largest Islamic charity in the United States. Headquartered in Richardson, Texas, it was originally known as Occupied Land Fund. In December 2001, the U.S. government designated HLF a terrorist organization, seized its assets, and closed the organization. 

Eventually, in 2009, the charity leaders were found guilty and given sentences of between 15 and 65 years in prison for funneling $12 million to Hamas in the “largest terrorism financing prosecution in American history.”

It should be noted that CAIR, the Counsel on American Islamic Relations, was designated an “unindicted co-conspirator” in the trial. 

Also of note was a document recovered during a 2004 raid on the Virginia home of unindicted co-conspirator Ismail Elbarasse called the “Explanatory Memorandum.” We’ve referenced it many times here, and if you haven’t read it, we strongly recommend you do. Download it here.

Essentially a playbook for the Muslim Brotherhood, the document describes how the Brotherhood intends to infiltrate and ultimately dominate North America with Islam through a “civilizational jihad.” 

The main thesis boils down to, who needs violence when you can bring down the nation from within?

This video does a superb job of explaining the plan.

We know many Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated people have high-ranking positions within the Obama administration. Does the name Huma Abedin ring a bell? 

Lest we be accused of wearing tinfoil hats (any more than we are already), we shall let you draw your own conclusions after watching the video. But when you connect the dots, it forms a very disturbing picture.

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