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American Jihad: The Terrorists living among us
I have added a link in the books section to "American Jihad: the Terrorists living among us", by Stephen Emerson. I purchased this book last week, and highly recommend it:
Back in the early 90's Stephen Emerson stumbled upon an Islamic meeting in Oklahoma City. He entered the convention center and found a bazaar of vendors hawking all kinds of radical material.
There were books preaching Islamic "Jihad" (holy war), books calling for the extermination of Jews and Christians, even coloring books instructing children on subjects such as "How to kill the infidel".
He then witnessed a long procession of speakers, including the head of the Hamas, taking turns preaching violence and urging the assembly to use jihad against the Jews and the West. At times spontaneous shouts of "kill the Jews" and "destroy the West" could be distinctly heard.
After witnessing this hate, Stephen Emerson has dedicated the last 10 years of his life documenting the presence of Islamic terrorism in the US. He shows how groups such as the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, the Hamas, Al-Qeda, the Hizbullah and other Islamic killers use the liberties and freedom that exist in the US to organize, fund, and recruit for their groups.
Although not all American Arab/Muslims are terrorists, a certain number is part of the above barbaric groups or supports them financially. Please read this book to recognize groups that support Islamic murderers when you see or hear about them.Posted by David Melle at August 04, 2002 12:34 AM
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