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Results of Criminal Organizations Database Search: Jamaat ul-Faqra
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Jamaat ul-Faqra #CR0001720 (Also... Some alternate names are aliases, other are names for specific subgroups or cells). Faqra Source: CIA, FBI, Interpol Type: Religious terrorist organization Scope: Frequent acts of terrorism and act of insurgency throughout North America, mainly against Hindu and Muslim targets. Affiliations: None known. Personnel: Unknown. (700 believed) [CIA] Operating Since: 1982 Structure: Scattered cells of operatives, numbering between five and eight individuals, reporting to a central authority. [CIA] Leaders: Shaykh Mubarik Ali Gilani [#LL3782164] Legitimate Connections: None Resources: Smallarms, some explosives and low quality military equipment. Low to moderate funding throughout the various cells. Low level intelligence and support. [FBI] Suspected Criminal Activity: Fuqra members have attacked a variety of targets that they view as enemies of Islam, including Muslims they regard as heretics and Hindus. Attacks during the 1980s included assassinations and firebombings across the United States. Fuqra members in the United States have been convicted of criminal violations, including murder and fraud. Additional Commentary: Jamaat ul-Fuqra is an Islamic sect that seeks to purify Islam through violence. Fuqra is led by Pakistani cleric, who established the organization in the early 1980s. Gilani now resides in Pakistan, but most Fuqra cells are located in North America. Fuqra members have purchased isolated rural compounds in North America to live communally, practice their faith, and insulate themselves from Western culture.