It’s a script that could have been written in Hollywood.
A trained investigator enlists his son to infiltrate a high-profile Muslim Brotherhood front group, determined to expose stealth jihadists posing as an Islamic “civil rights” group.
The undercover operation results in the capture of 12,000 pages of incriminating internal documents and more than enough data to attract the interest of the FBI and congressional investigators.
The end result was a book, “Muslim Mafia,” destined to make publishing history – revealing the sinister side of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorist financing case in U.S. history.
“Now we have proof – from the secret documents that this investigative team has uncovered, coupled with the ones recently declassified by the FBI – that [radical Islamist] agents living among us have a plan in place, and they are successfully carrying out that subversive plan,” Rep. Sue Myrick, R-N.C., wrote after reading “Muslim Mafia.”
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