• This is a rush transcript from "Hannity," February 16, 2009. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

    SEAN HANNITY, HOST: The group is responsible for over 50 attacks on U.S. soil and has over 35 compounds right here in our very own nation. Now, a new investigation by the Christian Action Network has uncovered some disturbing information about the spread of homegrown terrorists and what they mean for America.

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    HANNITY (voice-over): It's a frightening thought: Islamic terrorist training camps right here in America in our backyards. The group Muslims of America, or Jamaat ul-Fuqra, as they're called in Pakistan, have established over 35 communities across the U.S.

    The group claims to be peaceful, but a videotape uncovered by the Christian Action Network shows that they can have a much more sinister side.

    The video, called "The Soldiers of Allah," features Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani, the mastermind and the leader of the group here in the U.S.

    UNIDENTIFIED MALE: We are establishing training camps. You can reach us. At you know, Quranic open university offices in New York, or in Canada, or in Michigan, or in South Carolina or in Pakistan. Wherever you are, you can reach us.

    HANNITY: The tape goes on to teach Gilani's American followers tactics in guerilla warfare, including scaling mountains, subduing enemies, murdering guards, hijacking cars, kidnapping, weapons training, and setting off explosives.

    Gilani is a Pakistani national best known for allegedly setting up journalist Daniel Pearl in 2002. Pearl was on the way to meet with him when he was abducted and eventually gruesomely beheaded.

    Armed with the, quote, "Soldier of Allah" training video and a history of Gilani's terrorist rhetoric, investigators went to several of the compounds to confront his followers.

    UNIDENTIFIED MALE: You are a liar, and you are a liar.

    UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Don't say another word.

    HANNITY: They were met with denial, hostility, and in some cases, even violence.

    UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Clearly looks like either knife holes or bullet holes.

    HANNITY: And the question remains: why have these communities been left to flourish here in the U.S.? And is it only a matter of time before this anger spills on over into a violent incident?

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    HANNITY: And Martin Mawyer now joins us.

    Thirty-five facilities in the U.S. Tell me this — tell me this is not true, and how does this continue to exist?

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    MARTIN MAWYER, CHRISTIANACTION.ORG: There's 35 compounds, villages, communities that Sheikh Gilani has inside the United States. They range anywhere from the East coast of New York to South Carolina to the West Coast, Seattle, Washington, and from New York down to Texas.