There ain't no freakin' hamaat here (maybe)

ONALASKA, WA (5-5-15)---There probably ain't no dang hamaat in this area, according to folks who live here.

After eight years of speculation by wild-eyed websites (like ours) Lewis County's The Chronicle has finally published the seminal article on the topic. Local press cats apparently didn't want to be too hasty.

 
"It's been rumor for years, one largely dismissed by locals but relished and perhaps sensationalized by fringe media outlets and tabloids around the country," wrote Dameon Pesanti and Eric Schwartz.
 
Somehow it's hard to imagine these effete sounding info cats plowing through the underbrush with their cameras to check out anything first hand. They get all their info from county and federal governments (good start).
 
The duo hinted the 125-year old Chronicle, dripping with advertising and superior repertorial moxee, was in no way a fringe media outlet. Can't blame 'em.
 
They added that "There's no definitive, readily available proof that the camp ever existed, but there's nothing proving it doesn't, either. It's the type of informational environment that allows for such a claim to find purchase in the fertile yet unstable grounds of the Internet."
 
Dan Riordan, Lewis County Sheriff's detective, told the dynamic duo that "We went out there on several contacts; never saw anything to raise our flags." Detective Joe Doench (see article below) told YVN in 2007 his department would do just that. Dan says they did. So that's that.
 
Hell, let's all have a cup of coffee and forget it. And a donut, too, by golly.

Paramilitary compound eyed in Onalaska

Home grown terrorism in Washington State

Pakistani kingpin Mubarak Gilani organizes hammats across the U.S.

ONALASKA, WA (5-18-07)---Journalist Paul Williams wrote recently that a hammat--an Islamic, paramilitary compound where persons are trained to kill and destroy--has been located here.

Williams says many such hamaats have sprung up around the U.S. They're organized and funded by Pakistani kingpin Sheik Mubarak Gilani. It's believed he's responsible for the hideous murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Danny Pearl.

Lewis County's Chief Criminal Deputy, Joe Doench, said he was unaware of such a compound. He added, however, he would "use all the sheriff department's resources" to locate whatever Williams has written about.

Doench, at (360) 748-9286, said he couldn't give info over the phone, but he indicated a willingness to meet with anyone who has questions regarding the hamaat.

Said Doench, "You'd be surprised at all the stuff that goes on in (Lewis) county".

A followup call to Doench a few weeks later was not returned.

Journalist Williams wrote: "Though primarily based in Lahore, Pakistan, Jamaat ul-Fuqra has operational headquarters in New York and openly recruits through various social service organizations in the U.S., including the prison system.

Members live in hamaats or compounds, such as Islamberg (New York), where they agree to abide by the laws of Jamaat ul-Fuqra, which are considered to be above local, state and federal authority.

Additional hamaats have been established in Hyattsville, Maryland; Red House, Virginia; Falls Church, Virginia; Macon, Georgia; York, South Carolina; Dover, Tennessee; Buena Vista, Colorado; Talihina, Oklahoma; Tulare Country, California; Commerce, California; and Onalaska, Washington.

Others are being built, including an expansive facility in Sherman, Pennsylvania."

 

Map (above) shows general location of the Onalaska terror camp.

These masked folks--jihadists-- are like cockroaches. When you shine the light on them, they skitter into the darkness.

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