The Investigative Project on Terrorism, founded in 1995 by Steven Emerson, maintains the largest non-governmental data and intelligence library in the world on militant Islam. The Project assists the White House, the FBI, the Justice Department, Department of Homeland Security, and other government departments with counter-terrorism activities. Together with a staff of expThe Investigative Project on Terrorism, founded in 1995 by Steven Emerson, maintains the largest non-governmental data and intelligence library in the world on militant Islam. The Project assists the White House, the FBI, the Justice Department, Department of Homeland Security, and other government departments with counter-terrorism activities. Together with a staff of experts, Executive Director Steven Emerson has compiled this thorough factual overview of the Islamist terrorist threat to the United States. Unlike the Final Report of the 9/11 Commission, which was focused mainly on the retrospective analysis of al Qaeda activities leading up to the attack of September 11, 2001, this work emphasises current radical activities in the United States and the threat they might pose to national security. Divided into three sections, the work first sets the stage for the current situation by reviewing the lessons learned from previous terrorist plots and attacks both within our borders and against American interests abroad. Emerson and colleagues profile key players in the terrorist network and describe their various criminal activities before and since 9/11. The second section analyses organisations in the Middle East besides al Qaeda that are hostile to the United States: Hamas, Hizballah, the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and radical groups in Pakistan. The third section analyses the subtle, wide-ranging support system for terrorist activities that exists within our own borders: charities and foundations that secretly solicit for terror; the complex corporate web of companies, charities, and non-profit corporations known as the SAAR network; mosques that provide cover for terrorists; the use of the Internet for terrorist communication; and lobbying efforts by Muslim American organisations to influence the top echelons of the federal government. In a dangerous age, this is an important book for all Americans to read....
|Title||:||Jihad Incorporated: A Guide to Militant Islam in the Us|
|Number of Pages||:||535 Pages|
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Jihad Incorporated: A Guide to Militant Islam in the Us Reviews
The author presents a calculated view of the Militant Islamic factions that are continuing to grow and operate throughout the entire free world.
This is a really scary book, and Steve Emerson is not some hard core conservative- he's a journalist who got stranded in a strange city over Christmas and happened to wander into a Hamas fund raising meeting... in Tulsa. What he talks about is stuff we don't like to think about. Read it anyway.
Some of the facts are loose. Fear mongering in text form.
To be forewarned, is to be forearmed. Extensive fact based research that is well supported by authoritative citations. The need for broader awareness of this constant and looming threat is brought home clearly in this book. One cannot forget that back in the 30's, many Nazi's; also, actually thought they belonged to a religion with the divine right to rule over all.If that religious (sic) group were around today - we would have further attempts by radical fanatics to constrain our freedom of speech and criticisms with horrific terms like Naziphobia. Imagine! On the other hand, it is paradoxical to our very freedoms that we allow others to express views that we are not inherently comfortable with - should we desire to preserve our cherished liberties. So drawing the line between words of hatred, threats of violence and abuse, and so forth - against, open critical discourse- will remain as a constant challenge of interpretation for democracies, that will likely ebb and flow with the culture of the times. Still, the consequences of word games are critical to sustaining free democratic societies. Orwell understood that those who would seek utter control of our minds, would do so by controlling the dictionary of our language - and they would act to create new words (Religousphobic) and to eliminate others (free-thinkers) to control our thoughts, and thereby destroy our liberties and democracy. In other words, if I control the words, and their meanings that you think with - I can control you, to the point of curtailing independent thought with further restrictions imposed for breaches by, at least penalties of - "political correctness". Sound familiar.We must thus be on guard for any effort to control the dictionary and also not be fooled by any religions' (organizations, groups, fanatics...) costumed words and camouflaged semantics used to disguise their underlying self-serving evil nature with perverse agendas - that together, profoundly contradict all forms of logic. science, reason and, broadly accepted, humanistic values. And be aware that their clever tools also step beyond words and entail other devices and institutions such as charities, places of worship, foundations and so on- operating under various false premises.