Right Side News 21 June 2011
By Barry Rubin
What do you have to do to be recognized as a revolutionary Islamist group using terrorism, backed by Iran (and now probably a radicalized Egypt), seeking to wipe Israel off the map and kill the Jews? It isn’t easy. People keep trying to make you into something else: incipient moderate? Multifaceted debating society? Insisting that you just don’t really mean it?
Christian Broadcasting Network 15 June 2011
On this week's edition of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, CBN News takes an exclusive look at Turkish imam Fetullah Gülen -- a man who some have called the world's most dangerous Islamist.
Gülen directs his global Islamic movement not from the Middle East, but from Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains.
Daily Mail 8 June 2011
By Melanie Phillips
Now they tell us. Ministers have finally admitted what I revealed in my book, Londonistan, back in 2006 and have written many times since then – that, incredible as it may seem, hundreds of thousands of pounds of public money that was supposed to be spent on countering Islamic extremism has gone to groups or individuals actually promoting Islamic extremism.
In this short audio file, prominent Egyptian Salafi Shaykh Abi-Ishaq al-Huwayni explains that Muslims' financial difficulties are due to the fact that they have abandoned jihad. The solution? Go on jihadist raids a few times a year, and bring back prisoners, including women and children, which can be sold in the market like groceries to bring in extra income when times are tough.
Canada Free Press 31 May 2011
By Daniel Greenfield
In his address to congress, Netanyahu said that militant Islam threatens Islam. As if there were any such thing as a non-militant form of Islam. An ideology that was militantly expansionistic from birth. And yet that expansionism does threaten it.
A US official in a cable sent to the State Department stated that “financial support estimated at nearly 100 million USD annually was making its way to Deobandi and Ahl-i-Hadith clerics in south Punjab from organisations in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates ostensibly with the direct support of those governments.”
Despite the death of Osama bin Laden, the Islamic terrorist threat against America is far from over. The trove of intelligence recovered during the May 1 raid on bin Laden's Pakistan lair indicates al Qaeda may be shifting its focus to smaller American cities nationwide.