A Muslim compound known as Islamberg is nestled deep in the woods on New York’s Catskill Mountains. The only way in is on primitive dirt roads. It was estimated that over 100 Muslims lived in the 70 acre compound.
Why did they want to live in a secluded part of the state away from other people?
For more than 20 years, non-believers have been prohibited from entering the Muslim enclave. Anyone who chanced upon them was greeted by armed Muslims and advised to go back and stay away.
Locals often reported the sounds of gunfire, but authorities didn’t have a reason to obtain a search warrant until one of their members was caught breaking the law.
Following the recent arrest of Islamberg resident Ramadan Abdullah, who was recently caught trying to steal several cases of ammunition from a local mountain store in the area, authorities were finally able to obtain a search warrant for the compound.
During their raid, authorities discovered a huge stockpile of illegal weapons. Among their discovery were 8 assault weapons, 4 loaded handguns, 1 loaded shotgun, 2 rifles, 64 high-capacity ammunition feeding devices, and body armor, including thousands of rounds of .50 caliber ammunition capable of piercing body armor.
But the illegal cache of weapons and ammunition wasn’t all they found!
After the raid, authorities began looking closer into Abdullah’s background. They discovered that the Muslim was a long-time associate of the U.S.-based Islamist terrorist organization, Muslims of America (MOA), and was the very same Muslim who was arrested back in 1977 after police discovered enough material at his home to build 50 bombs.
It is suspected that Abdullah and others at the compound were training Islamic jihadists. No one is exactly certain what all the weapons and ammunition were for, but we can be sure that the residents of Islamberg didn’t have America’s best interests in mind!
Freedom Daily reports:
There’s a mysterious hidden Muslim compound called Islamberg that’s nestled deep within the woods of the Catskill mountains in New York. The only way to access the 70-acre compound is through primitive dirt roads, where more than 100 Muslims live in seclusion away from the prying eyes of curious Americans.
For over two decades, infidels have been prohibited from entering, as anyone attempting to enter will be “greeted” by armed Muslims patrolling a guard shack at the compound’s entry gate.