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Exclusive: Islamist Terror Enclave Discovered in Texas (Brazoria County) by the Clarion Project

http://www.clarionproject.org/analysis/exclusive-clarion-project-discovers-texas-terror-enclave#

Terror Enclave: “Mahmoudberg, Texas”

The MOA compound in Texas, described by the FBI as an “enclave” and “communal living site,” is in Brazoria county along County Road 3 near Sweeny. It was discovered by the FBI due to a tip from an informant in New York.

The MOA referred to its Texas commune as “Mahmoudberg” in online instructions for a parade in New York in 2010. A posting on an Islamic message board in 2005 advertised a speaking engagement in Houston by someone from Mahmoudberg.

According to the reports, the commune is seven to 10 acres large, is in an “extremely wooded area” and two or three trailer homes moved there in December 2001. However, ACT members visited the area as part of Clarion’s investigation and interviewed one nearby local who confidently said it is closer to 25 acres in size and spoke of a presence dating back to the late 1980s.

“The area is so rural it is quite common for residents to shoot firearms for target practice or hunting on private property without interference from law enforcement,” one FBI report states.

Locals told the ACT members that they haveShells found in the area of MOA's 'Mahmoudberg' enclave in TexasShells found in the area of MOA’s ‘Mahmoudberg’ enclave in Texas heard gunfire coming from the commune. Pictures of shells from the area are posted to the right:

The FBI reported in 2007 that one commune resident used to be a leader at the MOA commune in Badger, California. The site was called “Baladullah.” In March 2001, one of the Baladullah members was arrested for transporting guns between New York and South Carolina. Another was charged with murdering a police deputy that caught him breaking and entering a home.

Interviewed residents all agreed that the MOA members are private, yet when the ACT members were spotted in the area, they were immediately and repeatedly approached. At one point, a commune resident gave them a final warning to leave, despite the fact that they were not trespassing or harassing MOA members.

“It was definitely very threatening and menacing,” an ACT member told me.

Multiple sources confirmed that one resident of the commune is a police officer. According to a nearby neighbor, one of the MOA members used to drive trucks for the U.S. Army in Kuwait.

The commune is also linked to a non-profit called the Muslim Model Community of Texas. Members travel to Houston to worship at the MOA Dawah Center that is linked to another organization called First Muslims of Texas.”

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Pearland TEA Party 2014 Endorsed Candidates

Endorsed Candidates 2014 PearlandTEA Party

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Texas TEA – Three of a Kind – 2014 – Mary Huls, Katrina Pierson, Konni Burton

Women Candidates 2014

Cornyn challenger Dwayne Stovall gets a tea party endorsement

 

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3:20 pm on February 6, 2014

Cornyn challenger Dwayne Stovall gets a tea party endorsement

WASHINGTON–Republican Senate candidate Dwayne Stovall has garnered an endorsement from Grassroots America– We the People, a statewide tea party
group based in Tyler.
The endorsement buttresses Stovall’s recent claims that he’s the tea party favorite against Sen. John Cornyn. Rep. Steve Stockman, one of Cornyn’s seven
challengers in the March 4 primary, has claimed to be the tea party’s main man. Grassroots America disagrees.
“As far as we’re concerned, [Stovall’s] the only viable candidate in the race,” said JoAnn Fleming, executive director of Grassroots America. “We didn’t even
consider Steve Stockman because of his record of being less than honest with the media about his campaign finances. We also don’t feel he has the
temperament.”
The group has expressed a marked lack of enthusiasm for the incumbent, saying Cornyn does not fight for true conservative values.
“We find [Stovall’s] values and his assessment of the big issues facing our nation—the debt, the things we don’t take care of, like veterans—line up with our own
values. That’s why we support Mr Stovall,” Fleming said.
She also touted his community service, including a stint on a local school board in Cleveland, Texas.
Stovall doesn’t have Cornyn’s long record of statewide service and winning campaigns, deep pockets, or incumbent status. And he’s not a master of attentiongrabbing
Twitter stunts like Stockman. But he’s made some inroads, according to leaders of some local tea party groups across the state.
He also has his own social media strengths. He has more than 10,000 followers on Facebook and a fairly slick and active website that solicits–and seemingly
gets–engagement from supporters, who can sign up and post their own personalized messages endorsing Stovall.
Fleming acknowledged that with limited funds and dwindling time, Stovall has a tough fight ahead. She acknowledged that he doesn’t have some of the advantages
of his opponents, but suggested that’s a good thing.
“We know he has a big race, an uphill climb ahead of him. But we want to encourage people of his stature to enter races like this,” she said.

http://trailblazersblog.dallasnews.com/2014/02/cornyn-challenger-dwayne-stovall-gets-a-tea-party-endorsement.html/

Video: Lake Jackson TEA Party Town Hall Jan 29, 2014

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Katrina Pierson “It’s Wrong to Reward Ilegal Aliens” candidate for CD32!

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Video – Candidate Forum for the Texas Agriculture Commissioner hosted by the Pearland TEA Party Jan 9, 2014

Video: 2014 Texas U.S. Senate Republican Candidate Dwayne Stovall interview with BigJolly Politics

Dwayne Stovall

http://www.texansforstovall.com/

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King Street Patriots Event: Welcome Home Ted Cruz!!!

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Reviled in Washington, Ted Cruz Stands Tall In Texas!

“Sen. Cruz is doing exactly what we sent him there to do, which is to wage a fight against the growing Washington leviathan,” Rousselot said. “As far as we are concerned, the more we hear non-Texans complain about our representatives, the more popular they become at home because it tells us that they are doing the job we elected them to do — fighting for the liberty and freedoms of Texans.”