John Guandolo is a counter-terrorism expert. He’s a former FBI agent. When with the FBI he was assigned to the counter-terrorism division which created and implemented the FBI’s first counter-terrorism training. He’s the founder of Understandingthethreat.com and author of ‘Raising a Jihadi Generation’ and co-author of ‘Sharia: The Threat to America’.
We know from historic Muslim Brotherhood documents that have been entered into evidence in federal terrorism trials that the brotherhood settled into certain areas in small groups where over time they built influence.
According to John, it began when the Muslim Brotherhood originally settled in the middle of the U.S. in Illinois, Michigan and Indiana. That explains why Chicago is known as the hub for Hamas (the Palestinian Muslim Brotherhood), why Indiana is the home base for the Islamic Society of North America (the largest Islamic organization in North America—also a Muslim Brotherhood organization), and why in Michigan, Dearborn and Detroit have seen considerable influence by Muslims.
Muslims use the phrase ‘process of settlement’. This moving from where they are into non-Muslim lands is the way they mimic what they refer to as the hijrah that Mohammed did as he moved from Mecca to Medina when he conquered lands. The people that do this are known as Muhajirun. This process is a form of jihad or conquering. We’ve seen this taking place in areas like Sweden where thousands of women have been raped and in general, laws are disrespected.
As this program progressed, John described the ‘lines of operation’ that Muslims are using to provide cover for their efforts. He described exactly what a mosque is, how it affects the immediate neighborhood, whether communities can prevent them from being built, why sheriffs and pastors are so important in this war, and much more.