The city of Alexandria, Virginia, for instance, which is home to the U, T and M mosques, has a history of violence and intimidation that dates back to at least the 1980s.
Last month, police used tear gas to disperse an anti-Islam demonstration outside the U and M buildings.
In October, a man wearing a mask tried to detonate a homemade device outside the M mosque, and an armed man fired shots at a police vehicle that responded to the scene.
The attack was the second time in the last three months that the city has been targeted by a mob.
But that violence was not the only incident.
The U.M. and T mosques are also facing security concerns.
According to the FBI, the T mosque in Alexandria is “at high risk” of being under a state of emergency because of “a number of threats to our community.”
The Ummah of Alexandria is also facing an ongoing threat.
The group has been at the forefront of the “anti-Muslim hate” in Alexandria, according to a September report from The Washington Times, and is “often cited as the prime suspect in the deaths of three people in Alexandria in September.”
The report cited an unidentified law enforcement source who said that the group was “working with the FBI” to determine “whether any other threats exist.”
While the FBI did not confirm the report, the Alexandria Police Department has said in a statement that it has “continued to monitor the situation.”
In Alexandria, which has a large Muslim population, the Ummas are a target because they are considered a “high risk” area for radical Islam.
The violence against them was so severe that in April, a local Islamic center was attacked by a masked mob that forced the evacuation of staff and patrons.
At least two people were injured in that attack.
The mosque is a popular place to meet and worship, and has hosted numerous interfaith gatherings.
The center’s pastor, Abderrahim Ali, was arrested in May for allegedly planning to travel to Yemen to wage jihad.
Ali has been charged with plotting to kill a U.K. police officer and a British tourist.
The Muslim community is also concerned about the threat posed by the group that calls itself the Islamic State.
The FBI and the National Counterterrorism Center say that the organization “has been actively recruiting and radicalizing young Muslims in the United States, particularly those who are not American citizens.”
The FBI’s report says that the Islamic group’s “current threat profile is one that is based on heightened levels of recruitment and recruitment efforts aimed at U. S. citizens and permanent residents, including those who have returned to the United Sates as refugees.”
The group also reportedly plans to target law enforcement officials and U. N. diplomats.
The threat is not limited to the West Coast.
In July, a mob attacked the Ummmah of Dar al-Hikma, the only remaining mosque in the city of Dar es Salaam.
Two of the mosque’s imams were killed in the attack.
According a local source, the mob attacked after police responded to a call about a group of men trying to break into the mosque.
The men were arrested after being captured.
The incident has been described as the “largest incident of terrorism in the country.”
In a separate incident in the same city, the group also tried to attack a local mosque.
Police arrested three of the men, and they are currently being held on charges of arson, attempted murder, and terrorism.
One of the imams, Abdul-Rahman Muhammad, said in September that the violence was “just a warning,” but he believes that it was more than just a warning.
“They said we will be targeting our mosque and it will be destroyed,” Muhammad told Al Jazeera.
“We did not expect it.”
The imam’s fears about what would happen if he returned to his home in the capital city of Nairobi are not unfounded.
Muhammad said that he believes there is a “great danger” that he could be targeted if he goes back to the country.
“I do not want to return to Nairobes.
The whole thing is just a message from the Muslim community in the West, who say they do not trust the government and they do the same things in the Muslim countries in the Middle East,” he said.
According the Umma, there is no indication that the violent rhetoric directed at the UMMah will change anytime soon.
The groups leaders have been vocal in their criticism of President Donald Trump and have urged him to “protect the Umah of Islam.”
A recent statement from the group said that “The Ummahs position is that the Uyghurs have no rights in this country and that they are not Muslims, and therefore, the Muslims should leave.”
The statement also said that they would not hesitate to kill anyone who tried