by David J. Rusin
Because the Islamist project has reached a far more advanced stage in Europe, events there often serve as warnings to
First, there is growing realization that the
"Not only is it failing to achieve its stated objectives; in many places it is actually making the situation worse," they said. "A new generation is being radicalized, sometimes with the very funds that are supposed to be countering radicalization."
The problem has been caused by the link between violent and nonviolent extremism being "habitually underplayed in official documents produced by central government, local government, and the police."
- They advocate a caliphate, a pan-Islamic state encompassing many countries.
- They promote Shari'a law.
- They believe in jihad, or armed resistance, anywhere in the world.
Third, the government has suspended ties with the Muslim Council of Britain — think CAIR with a cockney accent — after one of its senior officials signed a document interpreted as "advocating attacks on the Royal Navy if it tries to stop arms for Hamas being smuggled into
Advice for the feds: Contact a few of those Muslims who disowned CAIR publicly this week. They will be some of your best allies in protecting
David J. Rusin
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