Muslim Brotherhood Training Domestic US Terrorists

Investigation into the Muslim Brotherhood's Use of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) as a Front Organization


We have reason to believe the Muslim Brotherhood is using the Students for Justice in Palestine as a front organization to radicalize American youth into domestic terrorists cells funded by Iran.


A case can be made for the urgent need to declare the Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) as a terrorist organization and calls for a comprehensive investigation into its affiliations and activities. The investigation is prompted by credible concerns that SJP may be used by the Muslim Brotherhood as a front organization to radicalize American citizens and establish U.S.-based terrorist cells funded by Iran.

Rise of Domestic Terrorism:


Recent intelligence and investigative reports suggest a troubling link between the Muslim Brotherhood and SJP. The Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamist organization with a long history of promoting radical ideologies, is suspected of exploiting SJP to advance its agenda in the United States. SJP, an organization purportedly advocating for Palestinian rights, has raised significant concerns due to its controversial activities and connections.

Key Concerns:

  1. Radicalization of American Citizens: Evidence suggests that SJP's activities may be a mechanism for the radicalization of U.S. citizens, potentially leading to the formation of domestic terrorist cells. This radicalization effort is believed to be orchestrated by the Muslim Brotherhood to further its objectives in the U.S.

  2. Funding from Iran: There are indications that these radicalized cells could be receiving financial support from Iran, a state sponsor of terrorism. This connection poses a severe national security threat and necessitates immediate investigation.

  3. Infiltration and Influence: SJP's presence on college campuses and its ability to mobilize students for radical causes raise concerns about its role in influencing young Americans. The potential for SJP to act as a recruitment tool for extremist activities warrants closer scrutiny.


  1. Designation as a Terrorist Organization: Given the evidence of SJP's potential role in radicalizing Americans and its connections to the Muslim Brotherhood, it is recommended that SJP be officially designated as a terrorist organization. This designation would enable federal authorities to impose legal and financial penalties, restrict its activities, and disrupt its operations.

  2. Comprehensive Investigation: A thorough investigation should be launched to examine SJP's activities, its connections with the Muslim Brotherhood, and potential funding sources from Iran. This investigation should include tracking financial transactions, monitoring communications, and assessing the organization's influence on its members.

  3. Monitoring and Surveillance: Increased surveillance of SJP's activities and its members is essential to prevent potential threats. This includes monitoring campus events, public statements, and interactions with known extremist entities.

  4. Collaboration with Educational Institutions: Work with educational institutions to ensure they are aware of the potential risks associated with organizations like SJP and encourage them to adopt measures to prevent radicalization on campus.

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