“How’s this for a wake-up call?” asked Frank Gaffney, chief of the Center for Security Policy in a commentary today in the Washington Times. Read More
They tell us they’re a peaceful people yet dozens of mosques around the U.S. have been identified as incubators for jihad against America, with more than 80% of those surveyed advocating violence.
Subversive programs, promoting revolution, …. promoted by “community organizers,” and sleeper cells, seeking converts, continue to forge ahead, into our prisons, into our black communities, as well as into our military.
“Of the 100 mosques surveyed, 51% had actual texts on-site rated as severely advocating violence; 30% had texts rated as moderately advocating violence. Only 19% had no violent texts at all,” said the survey compiled by Mordechai Kedar and David Yerushalmi and published by the Middle East Quarterly. Dozens of ‘incubators’ for jihad found in U.S.
Since its inception, in 1994, the Middle East Quarterly has become America’s most authoritative journal of Middle Eastern affairs.
Policymakers, opinion-makers, academics, and journalists turn first to the Quarterly, for in-depth analysis of the rapidly-changing landscape of the world’s most volatile region. The Quarterly publishes groundbreaking studies, exclusive interviews, insightful commentary, and hard-hitting reviews that tackle the entire range of contemporary concerns – from politics to economics to culture, across a region that stretches from Morocco to Afghanistan. The Quarterly, founded by Daniel Pipes and edited by Efraim Karsh, appears in a print edition, and is available in full-text (except the current issue) ….. evidently a subscription ploy — can you find a copy in your local library? Probably not, but it’s worth the hunt, when successful!