Daniel 11:5 says that the “King of the South”, the Arabs, “will grow strong.” They have since the term “petrol politics” became so important. The Bible said that the Arab’s “hand would be against everyone” and that he would be as a “wild donkey” (Gen. 16:12). But God promised to multiply the descendents of the Arabs (Genesis 16:10), and bless them. He planted their tents on the oil wells of the earth! But the 22 nations surrounding Israel are determined to exterminate her.
The Islamic Mein Kampf
If we think of America as being, ideally, a safe and free place for its citizens, within which we should be able to live, work, play, and, as the ubiquitous bumper sticker says, “Coexist,” then when it comes to Islam and Muslims, we need a solution analogous to the IT security process of “sandboxing.” We need to isolate malicious jihadi forces, “in such a way that whatever they do, they will not spread havoc elsewhere.”
What would “sandboxing” look like when it comes to Muslims in America? In practice, it could include the following policies:
The western world has become accustomed to various reactions at the mentioning or drawing of the prophet Mohammed. The reactions have been from verbal to violent to bloody, and even lethal as we have seen in the case of the murder of Dutch movie director Theo Van Gogh in 2004 or the Charlie Hebdo massacre of 2015 in Paris.
Today the media deniers scramble to explain ISIS as an "Un-Islamic" organization. Erick Stakelbeck, author of multiple books on Islamic terrorism, including The Brotherhood: America's Next Great Enemy and The Terrorist Next Door, takes on ISIS with his latest book, ISIS Exposed: Beheadings, Slavery, and the Hellish Reality of Radical Islam.
Before attempting to answer such a question, we need to understand the ideology behind the bloodiest jihadist group in modern history. Unfortunately, almost every attempt made recently could be compared to studying a bird as if it were a fish. It just cannot yield useable results. ISIS truly is in a league of its own and should be handled as such. In a previous post, I explained that they are organized, wealthy and weaponized. In and of itself, this already places them outside of your run-of-the-mill terrorist groups like Taliban, Al-Qaeda or Boko Haram. Yet they are unique in several other ways.
For the first time in his six years as president, Barack Obama met behind closed doors with an exclusively domestic group of Muslims for about an hour on Feb. 4. They covered the boringly predictable topics, judging by the official readout, accounts by participants, and news reports.
What about the guest list? It includes a curiously unimpressive and motley collection of modestly accomplished individuals of little renown:
The Islamic State's barbaric murder of Lieutenant Mouath al-Kasaebeh, the Jordanian air-force pilot the jihadists captured late last year, has naturally given rise to questions about the group's objectives. Charles Krauthammer argues (here and here) that the Islamic State is trying to draw Jordan into a land war in Syria. It is no doubt correct that the terrorist group would like to destabilize Jordan — indeed, it is destabilizing Jordan. Its immediate aim, however, is more modest and attainable. The Islamic State wants to break up President Obama's much trumpeted Islamic-American coalition.
Retired 4-Star U.S. Navy Admiral James A. "Ace" Lyons, speaking at the National Press Club in January, says that under Obama's guidance, the Obama Regime has been infiltrated by the Muslim Brotherhood terrorism front group, saying that the radical anti-freedom organization has penetrated every U.S. security agency. Admiral Lyons said that "the transformation of America has been in full swing ever since 2008," the year Obama was elected based upon his campaign promise to "fundamentally transform America."
By Shira Sorko-Ram
Researching the Muslim Brotherhood in America is a difficult mission. It's not that the objectives of the Brotherhood are hard to find. Countless Islamic websites loudly proclaim their goal to create and rule a world-wide Islamic empire which they call a Caliphate. Since the Muslim Brotherhood has 2000 branches in 70 countries, their strategies are out there for anyone and everyone to find.
Whereas Islamic groups like ISIS (also called the Islamic State), al Qaeda or Boko Haram in Nigeria are bent on raw terrorism and violent warfare, the Brotherhood (Ikhwan in Arabic) prefer to reach their goal of world domination by building an indissoluble network and then taking over the country through elections.
An Egyptian government website features a warning that the Muslim Brotherhood has a lobby in the U.S. disguised as civil society organizations.
According to the FBI, there are at least 22 Islamic paramilitary communes in the US. These communes are operated by the Pakistan-based group Jamaat al-Fuqra and its main US front group, Muslims of the Americas.
Conservative blogger Pamela Geller has been keeping an eye on the camps since 2007.