A subversive Islamic supremacy group that has been holding conventions and training seminars in a Chicago hotel teaching Muslims about taking over the United States has finally been shut down after protests and continued pressure from various conservative groups, including the Tea Party movement.

The radical Muslim group is reportedly tied to al Qaida, has been banned in more moderate Muslim countries and ignited a firestorm of controversy last year when it met under a banner reading, "The Fall of Capitalism, Rise of Islam."