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MuslimBrotherhoodsDeliberate, PremeditatedPlanNowReachingMaturity

Ci+zensforNa+onalSecurity P.O.Box880302 BocaRaton,FL33488 Email:info@CFNS.US www.cfns.us Ci>zensForNa>onalSecurity,2011

July2011

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ThisWarisRealIntroduc>onandexplana>onofthe49yearlongsubversionoftheUnitedStatesbyfourbranchesoftheMuslimBrotherhood. ItHasForm,ShapeandSubstanceCon>nua>onoftheprecedingpageandadescrip>onofthe4dis>nctphasesemployedagainsttheUnitedStates. MuslimBrotherhoodOpera+vesintheUnitedStates:FourInltra+onRoutesAgraphicdepic>onofthefourdis>nctstagesofradicalMuslim inltra>onoftheUnitedStatesfocusinguponkeyorganiza>ons. ROUTEFOUR:ASteadyDietofMuslimBrotherhoodProgrammedSedi+on,SelfVic+miza+on...JihadIns+llsaRevolu+onaryFervorthatCreates HomegrownExtremists MuslimBrotherhoodOpera+vesintheUnitedStates:FiveInltra+onRoutesIncludingSomaliOriginAlShabab Building,Training,andArmingtheFi^hColumnTerroristThreatComplexWithintheUnitedStates ComparingtheMuslimBrotherhoods38YearlongPaaernofBehaviorintheUStotheir"PhasesoftheWorldUndergroundMovementPlan.


ROUTEFOUR:SelectedU.S.MuslimResidentsIndicted/ConvictedofTerrorActsbyU.S.Courtsagraphicsampleofcriminalcasesbroughtagainstradicalislamistsin theUnitedStates.

10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

HomegrownJihadAdescrip>onofthenatureandscopeoffelonyprosecu>onsagainstIslamicExtremistswithintheUnitedStates. HomegrownJihadAcon>nua>onofthenatureandscopeoffelonyprosecu>onsagainstIslamicExtremistswithintheUnitedStates. SubversiveRoles&MissionsAgraphicdescrip>onofthespecicskillsetsandmissionareasassignedtothethreebranchesoftheMuslim Brotherhood.Inaddi>on,theshort,medium,andlongrangegoalsofthismovementaresuggested GeneralTimelineofMuslimBrotherhoodInuenceOpera+onsIntheUnitedStates MuslimBrotherhoodOpera+vesintheUnitedStates:FourInltra+onRoutesAblack&whiteprintableversionofthegraphicappearingonpage4.

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Ci>zensforNa>onalSecurity(CFNS)undertooktographicallydepictthebigpictureofthedangerousandrelentlessopera>onalstrategyof theinterna>onalMuslimBrotherhoodtopenetratetheUnitedStatesandeventuallyerodeitsins>tu>ons,policies,andsenseofselfthrough thecrea>onofamul>facetedFiZhColumnmovementwithinourborders.Fromitsphysicalincep>onin1962,markedbytheestablishmentof theMuslimStudentsAssocia>on,4clearroutesareiden>able.ItisimportanttonotethattheseFourRoutesalthoughphasedinseparately weredesignedtooperatesimultaneously,aremutuallysuppor>veandarefullyfunc>onaltoday. CFNShopesthatanaly>calexcursionssuchasthiswills>mulatedebate,encourageotherstoundertakeanalysisatthesystemlevel,andhelp toprovideanoverallcontextforthemanyexcellentanaly>caleortsundertakenatthemicroindividualcase,incident,organiza>onal,or subsystemlevels. TherecentphenomenonofMuslimextremistsemana>ngfromtheUnitedStatesisnottheresultofaspontaneousreac>ontoU.S.policies orthefailuretoeec>velyassimilateMuslimimmigrants.Itisthecomingofageofanunacknowledged49yearlongcampaignbyforeign subversivestounderminetheUnitedStatesanditsWesternculturalorienta>on. Thiscampaignhasbeenwagedunopposedbytheinterna>onalMuslimBrotherhoodthroughFOURdis>nctroutes.Itbeganin1962withthe arrivalofagentsoftheSaudiandEgyp>anbranchesoftheMuslimBrotherhood.TheywerefollowedbytheirPakistanicohortsin1972andthe Pales>nianbranchin1981.Thefourthroutegraduallyemergedasanac>veFiZhColumnmovementcomprisedofyoungradicalizedconverts, Jihadistsecondgenera>onimmigrantsandforeignagentprovocateurs. RouteOneisthegalvaniza>onoftheisolatedMuslimpopula>onswithintheUnitedStatesbythecrea>onofanorganiza>onalsuperstructure designedtoatoncetakecontrolofallMuslimreligious,social,andprofessionalac>vi>esintheUnitedStatesthroughtheinfusionofvastsums ofmoneyfromSaudiArabiaandseveraloftheotherPersianGulfStatesmostnotablytheUnitedArabEmirates(UAE).Thesefunds, administeredbyBrotherhoodmembers,were/areusedtoprovidetraining,educa>onalmaterials,construc>onprojects,socialwelfareservices, legalandpoli>calrepresenta>on.Addi>onalfundsareusedtogaininroadsintobusinesses,majorcorporateboards,mediaandpublishing establishments,ThegrandstrategyisdesignedtoobtainloyaltyandallegiancetotheMuslimBrotherhoodanditsprogeny.Thisissimilarto thetechniqueslaterusedbyHamasandHezbollahtodominatePales>nianpopula>onsintheMiddleEast.Theprincipalsubversive organiza>oncreatedasthebeachheadforthishos>leinvasionwastheMuslimStudentsAssocia>on(MSA).It,inturn,spunomoreelements oftheorganiza>onalsuperstructureincluding,butnotlimitedto,theNorthAmericanIslamicTrust(NAIT),theMuslimAmericanSociety(MAS), theIslamicSocietyofNorthAmerica(ISNA)andmanyotherlikemindeden>>es. RouteTwomarksthearrivalofthePakistanibranchoftheBrotherhoodanditsestablishmentofamassIslamicprosely>za>on,conversion,and radicalrecruitmentopera>onthroughouttheUnitedStates.TheprimaryfocusoftheU.S.por>onofthe2millionmemberJamaatalTabligh organiza>onisconver>ngpeopletoIslam.Theirpar>culargoalwithintheUSistocreateaMuslimpoli>calbasethateventuallywillhavea strongenoughvoicetoaltertheAmericanpoli>calsystemfromwithintheyprovidethebodypoli>candthemanpowertostaandcarryout thegoalsoftheSuperstructureassociatedwithRouteOne.Inaddi>on,JamaatalTablighpointmeniden>fyandnurtureindividualswhomay bepar>cularlygoodrecruitsforspecialJihadisttrainingandmissions.Thesearethenhandedotoforeignbasedextremistorganiza>onsfora phasedradicaliza>onindoctrina>onthatoZenbeginswithArabiclanguagetraininginYemen.TheeortsofJamaatalTablighwerelater augmentedbysimilareortsoftheIslamicCircleofNorthAmerica(ICNA)althoughwithaslightlydierentfocus.ThePakistaniBrotherhood alsocreatedterroristandextremistcampsinruralloca>onsinovertwentystateswithintheU.S.Theorganiza>onitspawnedtoaccomplish thisiscalledJamaatalFuquaAKAMuslimsofAmerica.Itsmembershavebeeninvolvedinseveralmurders,weaponshoarding,andavarietyof othercrimes.

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RouteThreebeganwiththe1981establishmentoftheIslamicAssocia>onforPales>ne(IAP)inFlorida.TheIAPwasanillegalterroristfront organiza>onwhichbecameavirtualbranchofHamasadesignatedPales>nianterroristorganiza>onwhenHamascameintoexistancein 1987.InitsCharter,Hamas,callsitselfthePales>neBranchoftheMuslimBrotherhood.Inturn,theIAPandHamascreatedthePales>ne Commiiee,AmericanMuslimsforPales>ne,theHolyLandFounda>on,TheUnitedAssocia>onforStudyandResearchand,itsagship crea>on,theCouncilonAmericanIslamicRela>ons(CAIR)anIslamistLawfareopera>onwhichmasqueradesasacivilrightsorganiza>onto createapublicandpoli>calpresencedesignedtosupportallFourRoutesofsubversion. RouteFouristheemergenceofaradicalized,increasinglyviolent,Muslimpopula>onintheUnitedStatescomprisedofimmigrantsandU.S. bornci>zens.Theirinuence,overwhelminglynega>veandconfronta>onal,isnowbeginningtobefeltinavarietyofwaysincluding: incendiarypoli>calac>ons(GroundZeroMosque),workplacedisrup>onsbaseduponfalseclaimsofreligiouspersecu>on,demandsfor changestoschoolcalendarstorecognizeMuslimholidays,streetdemonstra>onsofsolidaritywithdesignatedterroristorganiza>ons, demandsforzoningexemp>onstobuildmegamosquesdesignedtoin>midatelocalcommuni>esbyphysicallydwarngtradi>onalchurches andsynagogues,byengagingininten>onallythreateningbehavioraboardairplanesandinothervulnerableloca>ons,byplanningand/or comminngmurderandmassmurderinsideAmericanins>tu>onssuchasschools,militarybases,ci>esandtownsaswellasavarietyofother avenuesandac>ons. Theaccompanyinganalysisisvisualinitsdesignandimplementa>oninordertoconveytheBigPictureofthemul>phasedassaultthe UnitedStateshasbeensubjectedtoforthepast49years.ThisaiackupontheUnitedStateshasbeendicultfortradi>onalanalystsand poli>calexpertstograspordeneasitisacovertopera>onexecutedbyasmallcadreofquietprofessionalsimbuedwiththepa>enceand economicwherewithalltocarryoutalongtermopera>ondeepwithinenemyterritory.However,itisvitaltozoomouttolookatthe overalllandscapetofullyunderstandthecontext,phasing,goals,andprogressthatIslamistinltratorshavemadeintheirwarontheUnited States,awarthatbeganlongbeforeSeptember11,2001andcon>nuestogrindalongtoday.IttakesadvantageofourCons>tu>onal protec>onstosubvertourCons>tu>on.TheMuslimBrotherhoodanditsprogenytakeadvantageofmanyofourmostnaveormost profoundlyignorantpoli>cians,academicsandmembersofthemediatondapologistsorpropagandaoutletstofurthertheiragenda.Italso takesadvantageofAmericasperpetualselfdoubtaboutourroleintheworldandourwillingnesstoblameourselvesinthepresenceof enemieswhoespouseblind,resolute,culturalhatredforusandouropenandevolvingciviliza>on. ThepresentHomegrownJihadintheUSA"project,producedbyaCFNSTaskForce,issoontobesupplementedwithasisterreport detailingtheclandes+nerela+onshipsbetweentheleadershipofamul+tudeofMuslimAmericanorganiza+ons,mosques,academicand businessgroups,andsocialandpoli+calen++es.Manyoftheoriginalleadersoftheseorganiza+onsarenowservingprisontermsfor suppor+ngterrorism.Thisreportwillbeinspreadsheetformatandcontainsalmost4,000individualsand75organiza+ons. Ci>zensforNa>onalSecurityiscomprisedofalargebodyofordinaryci>zenswhoarevitallyconcernedoverthreatstoourna>onalsecurity andisproac>veinaddressingthem.

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MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD OPERATIVES IN THE UNITED STATES: ROUTE ONE FOUR INFILTRATION ROUTES
1962
Nation of Islam
Muslim Arab Youth Assn. (MAYA)

MUSLIM AMERICAN SOCIETY 1992


Council of Islamic Schools of North America

MUSLIM STUDENTS ASSOCIATION 1962


Assn of Muslim Scientists & Engineers Assn of Muslim Social Scientists

SAUDI & EGYPTIAN MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD

ON

I - R A D I C A LIZ AT

ON

ROUTE THREE 1981


PALESTINIAN MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD

LAWF ARE --

PR

Islamic Association

Palestine Committee 1988

HAMAS 1988

- CO N VE

Islamic Medical Assn. Islamic Media Assn. Freedom Foundation

SI

FIQH COUNCIL

Islamic Society of North America 1963

ISNA Political Awareness Committee

Intl Institute of Islamic Thought

ISLAMIC CIRCLE OF NORTH AMERICA 1971

ON NTENTI AL ALIEN I N ITIO D SE Jamaat al-Tabligh

NORTH AMERICAN ISLAMIC TRUST 1973


Owns 80% of Mosques in America

DA N A AG OP

BBYING ON - LO I T A IMID INT

ION AT

www.cfns.us

for Palestine 1981

Muslims of the Americas Jamaat al-Fuqua 1980


American Muslims for Palestine 2006

Legend
ROUTE ONE ROUTE TWO ROUTE THREE
Saudi & Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Pakistani Muslim Brotherhood Palestinian Muslim Brotherhood Hamas Homegrown Jihad Within the USA

Council on AmericanIslamic Relations (CAIR) 1994


United Assn. for Study & Research

ROUTE FOUR

Jamaat e-Islami
PAKISTAN MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD 1971

Holy Land Foundation

ROUTE TWO 1971

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ASteadyDietofMuslimBrotherhoodProgrammedSedi+on,SelfVic+miza+on, Disassocia+on,HateSpeech,SupremacistAmtudes,ImaginedPersecu+onandJihadIns+llsa Revolu+onaryFervorthatCreatesHomegrownExtremists

ROUTEFOUR
BEGETS THIS

THIS

HateCrimes Murder Extor+on Assassina+on TerrorAc+vity Aliena+on Treason

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SOMALIMUSLIMBROTHERHOOD ISLAMICCOURTSUNION ALSHABAB 1996

MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD OPERATIVES IN THE UNITED STATES: ROUTE ONE FIVE FOUR FIVE INFILTRATION ROUTES
1962
Nation of Islam
Muslim Arab Youth Assn. (MAYA)

MUSLIM AMERICAN SOCIETY 1992


Council of Islamic Schools of North America

MUSLIM STUDENTS ASSOCIATION 1962


Assn of Muslim Scientists & Engineers Assn of Muslim Social Scientists

SAUDI & EGYPTIAN MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD

ON

I - R A D I C A LIZ AT

ON

ROUTE THREE 1981


PALESTINIAN MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD

LAWF ARE --

PR

Islamic Association

Palestine Committee 1988

HAMAS 1988

- CO N VE

Islamic Medical Assn. Islamic Media Assn. Freedom Foundation

SI

FIQH COUNCIL

Islamic Society of North America 1963

ISNA Political Awareness Committee

Intl Institute of Islamic Thought

ISLAMIC CIRCLE OF NORTH AMERICA 1971

ON NTENTI AL ALIEN I N ITIO D SE Jamaat al-Tabligh

NORTH AMERICAN ISLAMIC TRUST 1973


Owns 80% of Mosques in America

DA N A AG OP

BBYING ON - LO I T A IMID INT

ION AT

www.cfns.us

for Palestine 1981

Muslims of the Americas Jamaat al-Fuqua 1980


American Muslims for Palestine 2006

Legend
ROUTE ONE ROUTE TWO ROUTE THREE
Saudi & Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Pakistani Muslim Brotherhood Palestinian Muslim Brotherhood Hamas Homegrown Jihad Within the USA

Council on AmericanIslamic Relations (CAIR) 1994


United Assn. for Study & Research

ROUTE FOUR

Jamaat e-Islami
PAKISTAN MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD 1971

Holy Land Foundation

ROUTE TWO 1971

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ComparingtheMuslimBrotherhoods49YearlongPaaernofBehavior intheUStotheir * "PhasesoftheWorldUndergroundMovementPlan.


Phase5:"SeizingpowertoestablishtheirIslamic Na>onunderwhichallpar>esandIslamicgroupsare united."

Phase4:"Openpublicconfronta>onwiththe Governmentthroughexercisingthepoli>calpressure approach.Itisaggressivelyimplemen>ngtheabove men>onedapproach.Trainingontheuseofweapons domes>callyandoverseasinan>cipa>onofzerohour.It hasno>ceableac>vi>esinthisregard."

Consolida+onof

Phase3:"Escala>onphase,priortoconictand confronta>onwiththerulers,throughu>lizingmass media.Currentlyinprogress."

Phase2:"Phaseofgradualappearanceonthepublic sceneandexercisingandu>lizingvariouspublic ac>vi>es.[TheMB]greatlysucceededinimplemen>ng thisstage.Italsosucceededinachievingagreatdealof itsimportantgoals,suchasinltra>ngvarioussectorsof theGovernment." Phase1:"Discreetandsecretestablishmentof leadership."

*"PhasesoftheWorldUndergroundMovementPlanasreportedbytheCenterforSecurityPolicy

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Uman Chaudhry, Ramy Zamzam Ahmad A. Minni Waqar Khan Aman Hassan Yemer Virginia

ROUTEFOUR:SelectedU.S.MuslimResidents Indicted/ConvictedofTerrorActsbyU.S.Courts
20012010
Derrick Shareef Illinois Sahim Alwan, Yahya Goba Shafal Mosed Yasein Taher Faysal Galab Mukhtar al-Bakri Kemal Derwish Jaber A. Elbaneh New York Jose Padilla Adham Amin Hassoun Kifah Wael Jayyousi Illinois John Walker Lindh California

Amina Ali Hawo Hassan Mohamud Said Omar Abdiweli Yassin Isse Cabdulaahi Ahmed Faarax Minnesota Nidal Malik Hasan Virginia

Omar Hammami Alabama Shaker Masri Alabama

Patrice Lumumba Ford Ahmed Ibrahim Bilal Muhammad Ibrahim Bilal Jeffrey Leon Battle Maher Mike Hawash October Martinique Lewis Oregon Zacarias Moussaoui Virginia

David Headley Mohamad Ibrahim Shnewer Jehad Mostafa Washington, DC Serdar Tatar California Iyman Faris Agron Abdullahu Tarek Mehanna Ohio Kobie Diallo Williams Pennsylvania Zachary Chesser Ahmad Abousamra, Texas Virginia Massachusetts Ali Al-Timimi Daniel Maldonado Ali Asad Chandia Narseal Batiste Texas Paul Rockwood, Jr. Nadia Michael Finton Masaud Khan Patrick Abraham Rockwood Illinois Seifullah Chapman Stanley Grant PhanorOussama Ziade and Buford Virginia Caliph Basha AbdurNaudimar Herrera, George Peterson Bryant Neal Vinas Najibullah Zazi Raheem Burson Augustin Massachusetts New York Mohammed Wali Zazi Mohamed Alessa Carlos Almonte Randall Royer Lyglenson Lemorin New Jersey Colorado Yong Ki Kwon Kevin James Rotschild Augustine Adnan Mirza Ghassan Elashi Sabri Benkhala Levar Washington Florida Texas Shukri Abu-Baker Faisal Shahzad Ahmad Wais Afzali Khwaja Mahmood Hasan Gregory Patterson Mufid Abdulqader Abdulrahman Mohammad Younis Naqib Jaji Muhammed Aatique Hammad Samana Ehsanul Islam Sadequee Ronald Allen Grecula Odeh Mohammed El-Mezain New York Zarein Ahmedzay Hammad Abdur-Raheem California Syed Haris Ahmed Texas Texas Adis Medunjanin Donald Thomas Surratt Georgia Colleen LaRose New York Virginia Umer Hayat Earnest James Ujaama Nadia Nadim Prouty Pennsylvania Hamid Hayat Mohammed Reza Taheri-Azar Washington Samar Khalil Spinelli Daniel Boyd Hasan Akbar California Yassin M. Aref North Carolina Michigan Mohamad Mustapha Ali Masfaka Hysen Sherifi California Mohammed Mosharref Hossain Dritan Duka Michigan Anes Subasic Cedric Carpenter Mohammad Zaki Amawi New York Shain Duka Muthanna Al-Hanooti Zakariya Boyd Haroon Rashid Lamont Ranson Marwan Othman El-Hindi Eljvir Duka Michigan Abdel Hameed Shehadeh Dylan Boyd Irfam KamranShahawar Matin Siraj and James Louisana Wassim I. Mazloum Agron Abdullahu New York Mohammad Omar Aly Hassan Sajjad Nasser Elshafay Ohio New Jersey Abdi Yusuf Ziyad Yaghi Chris Marie Warren Yaser Bushnaq New York Duwayne Mohamed Diriye Barry Walter Bujol North Carolina Abdul Qayyum Texas Zubair Ahmed Bassam Darwishahmad Missouri Texas Saima Saima Aldurahman M. Alamoudi Khaleel Ahmed Tennessee Abulhakim Muhammad District of Columbia Mark Robert Walker Virginia Illinois Abdi Mahdi Hussein Ahmed Muhammed Dhakane Arkansas Wyoming Mubarak Hamed Minnesota Texas Hassan Moussa Makki Nuradin Abdi Fawaz Damrah Ali Mohamed Bagegni James Cromitie Michigan Ahmed Omar Abu Ali Ohio Ohio Ahmad Mustafa Akram Musa Abdallah David Williams Virginia Keialid Al-Sudanee Arizona Onta Williams Elias Mohamad Akhdar Elfat el Aouar Naveed Haq Abdel Azlm El-Siddiq Laguerre Payen Ali Mohamad Akhdar Arwah J. Jaber Michigan Washington Missouri Christopher Paul New York Salim Nemir Awde Arkansas Ohio Ali Abdulamir Daher Talal Khalil Chahine Houssein Zorkot Luqman Ameen Abdullah Mohamad Abdulamir Elfat el Aouar Michigan Fawza Mustapha Assi Mohammad Abdul Bassir Daher Michigan Michigan Muhammad Abdul Salaam Issam Hassan Fawaz Abdul Saboor Nabil Mohamad Ismail Javed Iqbal Mohamad Mustapha Ali MasfakaMujahid Carswell Carole Gordon Saleh Elahwal Michigan Abdullah Beard Brandy Jo Bowman New York Mohammad Philistine Mohamad Ahmad Hariri Yassir Ali Khan Michigan Adam Hussain Ibraheem Garry Laverne Porter Ali Abdul Raqib Michigan

2001

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2008

2009

2010

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TheCenteronLawandSecurityatNewYorkUniversitySchoolofLawhasbeenissuingannualreportsonthestatusofterrorism prosecu>onsintheUnitedStatessince2007.Inacknowledgingtheabsenceofauniversaldeni>onofHomegrownterrorismthey focusedonthosedefendantswhowereeitherbornintheU.S.orwhohadlivedinthiscountryfor10yearsormore.Thisperiodof >meislongenoughtoallowforassimila>onandcanplausiblycovertheforma>veyearsandallegedyearsofradicaliza>on,asitdoes infactformanyofthosealreadyconvicted.* Thedatatheycollectedrevealsthatofthe156defendantsallegedtobeinvolvedinthetop50plotssinceSeptember2001,127hadlivedintheU.S. for10yearsormorebeforebeingindicted...Notably,ofthese127,morethan100livedintheU.S.for20yearsorlongerandmorethan80defendants livedintheU.S.fortheiren>relivesoralmostthatlong.*Theirndingsincludethefollowingfacts: Homegrownterroristscons>tute81%ofthedefendantsallegedtobeinvolved inthetop50plotsprosecutedintheU.S.since9/11. Ofthe127homegrowndefendantsallegedtobeimplicatedinthetop50plots,45, or35%,convertedtoIslam,generallyintheirlateteensorearlytwen>es. ThenumberofthesedefendantswhodidnotgrowupinIslamichouseholdsmaybeashigh as56,or44%ofhomegrowndefendantsinthetop50terrorismplots. Seventythreeofthehomegrowndefendants,or57%,areknowntohavebeenborninthe UnitedStates.Thebirthplacesofanothereightdefendantshavenotbeendocumented. Thefollowingcharts,createdbytheCenteronLawandSecurity,graphicallydepictthecharacterofHomegrownterrorismcasestodate.

Top50Plots:HomegrownDefendantsIndictedbyDate
(127prosecu+ons)*

*Source:CenteronLawandSecurity,NewYorkUniversitySchoolofLaw.TerroristTrialReportCard:September11,2001September11,

2010,(2010):1416.hip://www.lawandsecurity.org/publica>ons/TTRC2010Final.pdf

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Top50Plots:AllegedTargetsofHomegrown Defendants(111prosecu+onswithtargetmen+oned)*

Top50Plots:HomegrownDefendants BornintheU.S.(73prosecu>ons)*

*Source:CenteronLawandSecurity,NewYorkUniversitySchoolofLaw.TerroristTrialReportCard:September11,2001September11,
2010,(2010):1416.hip://www.lawandsecurity.org/publica>ons/TTRC2010Final.pdf

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1985
Propaganda Disinforma+on Lawfare

SupportExtremismandJihad EstablishaBeachheadInAmerica Prosely+za+on BuildInfrastructureofSubversion Poli+calInuenceOpera+ons

1962

Smuggling MoneyLaundering&Fraud IllegalFundraising Poli+calPressure&Lobbying DrugDealing Racketeering

Subversion&Sedi+on In+mida+onon CollegeCampuses

Domes+c5thColumn

MassiveMosqueBuilding Inltra+onofU.S.Ins+tu+ons

DOMESTIC ATTACKS

Coop+onofPoli+cians &LawEnforcement Corrup+onofYouthviaRevisionist TextbooksandMedia ControlofMidEastStudies ProgramsonCollegeCampuses

Radicaliza+on Opera+nginover20 U.S.States MassConversions

PakistaniMuslim Brotherhood

OperateTerroristTraining CampsThroughouttheU.S.

Iden+ca+on&Cul+va+on ofPoten+alJihadists HandotoJihadi Organiza+ons 2,000,000Recruiters Worldwide

1971

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GENERALTIMELINEOFMUSLIMBROTHERHOOD INFLUENCEOPERATIONSINTHEUNITEDSTATES

1962

1971

1982

1980s1990s

1996

Saudi&Egyp+an Pakistan Pales+nian MuslimBrotherhood MuslimBrotherhood MuslimBrotherhood

Consolida+onof MuslimBrotherhood Ac+vi+es

Somali MuslimBrotherhood

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MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD OPERATIVES IN THE UNITED STATES: ROUTE ONE FOUR INFILTRATION ROUTES
1962
Nation of Islam
Muslim Arab Youth Assn. (MAYA)

MUSLIM AMERICAN SOCIETY 1992


Council of Islamic Schools of North America

MUSLIM STUDENTS ASSOCIATION 1962


Assn of Muslim Scientists & Engineers Assn of Muslim Social Scientists

SAUDI & EGYPTIAN MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD

ON

I - R A D I C A LIZ AT

ON

SE

ROUTE THREE 1981


PALESTINIAN MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD

LAW FAR E --

Islamic Association

Palestine Committee 1988

HAMAS 1988

- CO N VE

Islamic Medical Assn. Islamic Media Assn. Freedom Foundation

SI

FIQH COUNCIL

Islamic Society of North America 1963

ISNA Political Awareness Committee

Intl Institute of Islamic Thought

ISLAMIC CIRCLE OF NORTH AMERICA 1971

ION DIT Jamaat al-Tabligh

NAL ALIENAT ENTIO IO T N I -

NORTH AMERICAN ISLAMIC TRUST 1973


Owns 80% of Mosques in America

A AND G A P RO

- LOBBYING ATION D I M TI - IN

N-

HAD ED JI ARM

www.cfns.us

for Palestine 1981

Muslims of the Americas Jamaat al-Fuqua 1980


American Muslims for Palestine 2006

Legend
ROUTE ONE ROUTE TWO ROUTE THREE
Saudi & Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Pakistani Muslim Brotherhood Palestinian Muslim Brotherhood Hamas Homegrown Jihad Within the USA

Council on AmericanIslamic Relations (CAIR) 1994


United Assn. for Study & Research

ROUTE FOUR

Jamaat e-Islami
PAKISTAN MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD 1971

Holy Land Foundation

ROUTE TWO 1971

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