â€œIslamvilleâ€ is a commune run by Muslims of the Americas (MOA). It is separate from “Holy Islamville” in South Carolina. MOA is headquartered at Islamberg in New York and is led by a radical cleric in Pakistan named Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani.
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A December 2010 FBI counter-terrorism report said that â€œthe Muslims of the Americas terrorist organizationâ€ has a â€œjamaatâ€ (private commune) in Tennessee.
The documents confirmed that MOA is an alternative name for Jamaat ul-Fuqra and described the group as â€œarmed and dangerous,â€ urging personnel to â€œuse extreme caution when dealing with confirmed members or individuals who are believed to be associated with this group.â€
Regarding MOAâ€™s jamaats, the FBI reports said, â€œOrganized training is also conducted to include weapons training, tactics, hand-to-hand combat, rappelling, and live-fire exercises.â€
A 2004 report funded by the Justice Department identifies Dover as having a â€œtraining compoundâ€ for MOA. A 2006 report for law enforcement also said that Dover is home to one of at least seven â€œcovert paramilitary training compounds.â€
Fuqra Files has heard unconfirmed reports that a member of the Dover camp was employed as a local police officer.
Various Fuqra/MOA documents seized by law enforcement during the 1992 raids on MOA sites in Colorado and Pennsylvania refer to its presence in Nashville.
An accounting document for the Nashville â€œjamaatâ€ (community) was found, as was a letter to Sheikh Gilani regarding expenses. The document discussed collecting the required taxes from 32 members of the Nashville branch and the need to purchase weapons for men that didnâ€™t have any.
One note written by a woman in Nashville complains about the impact that living in â€œincognitoâ€ status was having on her faith. She said that she no longer feels like a good Muslim and realized that her calling is to be a mother and wife.
A leader of the Dover compound was a radio dispatcher for a local police department. (Martin Mawyer, Twilight in America)
 Kane, John and April Wall. â€œIdentifying the Links Between White-Collar Crime and Terrorism,â€ National White Collar Crime Center, September 2004. https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/209520.pdf
 â€œJamaat ul-Fuqra: Gilani Followers Conducting Paramilitary Training in U.S.,â€ Regional Organized Crime Information Center (dissemination limited to law enforcement), 2006. https://info.publicintelligence.net/ROCICjamaatulfuqra.pdf