Jan 21

Some of the Things The Media Won't Tell You About the Texas Synagogue Terrorist.

Tablighi Jamaat rears its ugly head, again.

Raheem Kassam
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Malik Faisal Akram took four people hostage in a synagogue in Texas last week. He was part of a group the media refuses to openly discuss. A group known by some as the ‘Army of Darkness’, and to which I made 33 references in my 2017 book ‘No Go Zones’.

That group is called Tablighi Jamaat [tubh-lee-ghee juh-maaht], and it is large, influential, organized, and secretive. And yes, it operates freely in communities across the Western world.

Instead of discussing the group this past week, the media and the FBI itself have predictably sought to cover for Malik Faisal Akram, the attacker at the Texas synagogue, and in turn (and once again) for Tablighi Jamaat.

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