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lslam is both the most significant and the least understood problem in the world today. By this I do not mean the threat of terrorism, which is known to us all. In America, and even around the world, everyday lives have been disrupted by the threat of terror attacks or by the U.S. government’s response to that threat. Many of us know someone or know of someone who was killed or injured in an attack. Anyone who has flown on a plane since 9/11 has had to deal with increased security and scrutiny. Our cell phone and internet data is being mined by government agencies like never before.

But while the reality of terrorism is well known, few people truly understand the Islamic origins of terrorism. We know that Muslims have committed various acts of terror (although the media often tries to downplay the “Muslim” angle when it can), but few can tell exactly how Islam produces and even condones and encourages these acts. Some public figures—most notably Presidents George Bush and Barack Obama—have even gone so far as to deny that Islam has anything to do with terrorism. Ordinary citizens sense that these claims are absurd, but too often they lack the information they need to challenge their leaders.

The reason for our lack of information about Islam is quite shameful to report. Quite simply, our politicians, our mass media, and our colleges and universities—the chief sources of leadership and information in our society—are in hock to petrodollars, political correctness, and a multicultural mindset that leaves them unable to comprehend or cope with the problem of Islam. Who in the mass media has dared to mention that the greatest threat posed by Islam is not even terrorism? Terror is only one of the weapons in the arsenal of jihad; it is only one of the means by which Muslims are seeking to make Islam the sole accepted belief system on Earth.

Demographic conquest, by which Muslims slowly but surely replace the population of a country with their own followers, is a far more widespread and insidious threat to the nations of the world. Many Americans know the region of Kashmir only as the site of several military conflicts between India and Pakistan. They know Afghanistan only as war-torn nation with near-Stone-Age infrastructure. Both of these countries were once developed and civilized lands, home to a thriving Buddhist culture. Through demographic conquest, both of them were conquered and their native cultures replaced and slowly eradicated.

Today, the nations of Europe stand at the doorway of the same fate. The Russian Federation, with a 10% Muslim population, has been struggling with separatist movements for years. With a Muslim population of only 5%, the United Kingdom is already facing the prospect of accepting Sharia law. Across Europe, the same demographic numbers are in place: native populations are having fewer than two children per couple—meaning, their total numbers will be declining in future generations. Yet Muslim immigrants, who are coming to these countries in ever-larger numbers, taking advantage of generous welfare benefits and advanced national infrastructures, are having children at far higher levels—three, four, and even five or more per couple on average. In this way, Islam is becoming an ever-greater force socially and politically. If these demographic numbers hold up, Muslims couple replace the native cultures and populations of Europe within a few generations without ever firing a shot.

Despite the real dangers of Islamic terror and demographic conquest, Western leaders have repeatedly failed to protect their people from the most significant threat. They have not acted seriously to curtail immigration from Islamic countries. They have not required their immigrants to assimilate to the native culture, but rather have allowed them to exist as their own parallel and separate Islamic societies. They have withheld or suppressed information about Islamic crime—as with the rape epidemic among Muslims in Sweden or the grooming of young British girls for sexual abuse in Rotherham. They have blamed their own native people for “racism” whenever Muslims have failed to integrate or contribute to European societies. They have allowed imams to spread messages of hatred and Islamic supremacism, fanning the flames of terror, while at the same time bending over backwards to accommodate Islamic concerns over depictions of the Prophet Muhammad. They have dismissed honest criticism of Islam and its adherents as “Islamophobia.”

This book will fill in the gaps left behind by our politicians, our media, and our institutions of higher learning on the subject of Islam. It will provide readers with the encouragement they need to act to defend their own communities against Islamic infiltration. It will explain the historical and theological basis of Islamic terror without compromising to political correctness. It will offer the honest critique of Islam as a belief, as a system of ethics, and as a historical force—a critique based on facts, not on hatred or ideology.

“The future must not belong to those who insult the Prophet,” President Barack Obama declared. That an American president, sworn to uphold the Constitution, which recognizes no official establishment of religion, should make such a statement is a testimony to the failure of our political class and the media who cover them. If anything, the American president should insist that the future must belong to those who have the freedom to say whatever they wish about Muhammad. In America, any religion is free to be practiced and also free to be ridiculed or criticized, or even insulted. Those readers who have become frustrated with their elected officials continuing to heap unrequited praise and compliments upon Islam will find aid and comfort in this book.

It is my hope that this book will provide the reader with inspiration and encouragement as well as critical knowledge for the fight against Islam. In these pages, the reader will come to know our enemy—how he thinks, what he wants, and why he does what he does. If every reader of this book became the center of his own “anti-terror cell” I would consider it a success, and our problems with Islam would very soon be resolved.

This book was not written out of hatred or fear but out of concern for the future. I want to secure a future for freedom, democracy, and critical thought—things that our culture has fought long and hard to establish. A victory for Islam would be the death of all three.