Martin Mawyer began his career as a freelance journalist resulting in his position some years back as the editor-in-chief of Jerry Falwell's "Moral Majority Report". In 1990 he founded the Christian Action Network, a non-profit organization created to protect America's religious and moral heritage. He has produced a number of documentary films including, "Homegrown Jihad". He is the co-author of a book presently coming under fire, entitled, "Twightlight in America: The Untold Story of Islamist Terrorist Training Camps Inside America".
Crosstalk listeners may remember Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl. Pearl was investigating allegations regarding Richard Reid (the "Shoe Bomber") and also why Muslim compounds existed within the U.S. Pearl was eventually kidnapped, beheaded and dismembered.
According to Martin, "Twighlight in America" is the book that completes the story of Daniel Pearl and also informs readers about the Muslims of the Americas group that has been in the U.S. for the past 30 years.
In "Twightlight in America: The Untold Story of Islamist Terrorist Training Camps Inside America", Martin Mawyer documents Muslim criminal and terrorist activity that includes bombings, gun running, stabbings and drug running along with welfare, unemployment, workmen's compensation and food stamp fraud. The book is causing such a firestorm that the Christian Action Network is being sued by Muslims of the Americas for 30 million dollars.