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CAN President Martin Mawyer leads in Atlanta TV news report

(Christian Action Network) An in-depth investigative report by WSB-TV2 Atlanta News last night featured CAN President Martin Mawyer exposing the jihadist threat at two Muslim of the Americas camps in Georgia.

Mawyer contributed information to help investigative reporter Mark Winne have a complete body of information to expose the threat and its links to known terrorist organizations such as Jamaat ul-Fuqra.

On camera, Winne asked Mawyer how a Christian calling to “love thy neighbor” fit with what he was saying about two communal camps and possible paramilitary training taking place at them.

“When I see the threat that these camps pose to my neighbor, I am loving my neighbor,” Mawyer said. “We decided that we must alert the American public.”

Through the broadcast, CAN presented Georgia’s neighborhoods with a 1990 terrorist training and recruitment video featuring statements by Muslims leader Sheikh Mubarak Gilani and graphic detail of terrorist killing techniques available to the camps to this day.

“Everything in this video can be used to this day – how to highjack vehicles, how to set off bombs, shoot people, strangle people; there’s nothing in it that’s outdated,” Mawyer said in the broadcast.

The six-minute exposé included responses to the CAN material offered. “The remarks by the Imam were a concern to me professionally,” Commerce, Georgia, Police Department Chief John Gaissert said.

CAN also gave a copy of a detailed report by the Regional Organized Crime Information Center outlining ties, including funding links, from Muslim of the America’s Inc., to Jamaat ul-Fuqra terrorists.

The report also noted their potential for violence, mentioning acts of murder and kidnappings that Winne noted took place chiefly in the 1980s and early 1990s.

Following the telecast, Mawyer said, “This went very well, we got our information out; I believe the people of Georgia are much more aware now of the jihadist threat in their neighborhoods.”

To view the broadcast, follow either of the links provided here:


November 2, 2007 - Posted by | Blogroll, Homeland security, news, personal, politics, random, religion, Terrorism, Terrorism In The U.S., Terrorism News, Uncategorized, War-On-Terror


  1. Mr. Mawyer,

    This is great. I saw the second part tonight.

    Please stay in the fight.

    Comment by VIEATL | November 3, 2007 | Reply

  2. What fight is there against innocent American Muslims, why dont you ask martin if he has ever visited any of our villages himself or does he just feel more comfortable dropping fliers from the air on to private property. Dont believe everything that you read or that someone says,its a shame that MArtin does not have the courage to come face to face with us himself and ask the very same questions that he is spouting as truth.
    I dont think he really wants to know the truth because if he did then he would do a more thorough investigation into these false alligations. Thats if he is man enough!

    Comment by muslimlady | November 3, 2007 | Reply

  3. MuslimLady,

    Juf had plenty of chances to respond. They chose not to.

    Did you even watch the video?

    Comment by VIEATL | November 4, 2007 | Reply

  4. Mr. Mawyer

    I think your action network is what this country needs, stand tall and fight them all. We don’t need the problems
    muslins bring and I will stand with you. It looks like they
    want a fist fight but you are fighting them the wright way
    or they wouldn’t be getting testy. Stay with it, this country is just waking up. BC

    Comment by BC | November 13, 2007 | Reply

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