Muslim-American Interfaith Group Calls for Blasphemy Law
FrontPage Magazine 8 October 2012
By Ryan Mauro
he United Muslim Christian Forum, a friendly-sounding "interfaith” group issued a press release on September 18 demanding the prosecution of the makers of the low-quality Innocence of Muslims film that appeared on YouTube. The Islamist agenda of the group is in written form but if the past is any indication, that won’t stop elected officials and Christian leaders from embracing it in order to prove their tolerance.
The United Muslim Christian Forum (UMCF) is an entity of the Muslims of the Americas, whose members follow a cleric in Pakistan named Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani that refers to Osama Bin Laden as a "Saudi activist.” The group says it has 22 "villages” across the country, such as "Islamberg” in Hanock, N.Y. and "Islamville” in York County, S.C.
Gilani also leads Jamaat ul-Fuqra, a group that the State Department said in 1998 is an "Islamic sect that seeks to purify Islam through violence.” In 2009, I obtained a video of Muslim women receiving guerilla warfare training, complete in military fatigue, at "Islamberg.” This should raise questions about the purpose of Islamberg’s 24th Annual Ladies Summer Camp in July 2011 (continue reading...)