– Books and Articles –
In understanding how the cultural jihad is being implemented, it’s important to know the history and players behind it. The following are highly recommended:
The Muslim Brotherhood in the United States
Steven Merley, Hudson Institute, April 2009
Probably one of the best publications covering the growth and operations behind the Muslim Brotherhood in America. An excellent reference regarding the many front organizations and how they established a foothold.
The Ikhwan in North America: A Short History
Douglas Farah and Ron Sandee, The NEFA Foundation, August 2007
Excellent background information on the Muslim Brotherhood in America, its growth and it’s stated goals.
Washington’s Secret History with the Muslim Brotherhood
Ian Johnson, The New York Review of Books, February 2011
Covering the 1950s to present day, this article includes how the U.S. has maintained a relationship with Muslim Brotherhood elements following 9/11.
Jihad Incorporated: A Guide to Militant Islam in the U.S.
Steven Emerson, October 2006
Presented in three parts: al Qa’ida operations in the U.S., other Islamic terror networks in the U.S. and groups providing funding support to radical Islamist activities in America. The premise is that the “infiltration of radical Islamism into our Society” was an ongoing reality as early as 1992 and is supported by numerous legal/law enforcement sources. As one reviewer put it, “… an invaluable who’s who of the domestic jihadist enterprises and their links to the global terror network.” [Beila Rabinowitz, Militant Islam Monitor]
Muslim Mafia: Inside the Secret Underworld that’s Conspiring to Islamize America
Paul Sperry and David Gaubatz, 2009
Features a 6 month long undercover “sting” penetration of the Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) that resulted in the collection of thousands of pages of internal documents. Provides the reader detailed insight how CAIR and other Islamic special interest groups operate under the Muslim Brotherhood umbrella.
Sharia versus Freedom: The Legacy of Islamic Totalitarianism
Andrew G. Bostom, 2012
A very detailed read of Islam’s nature, intent and impact on today’s society.
The Salafist Movement, PBS Frontline
Bruce Livesey, 2005
An explanation of the fundamentalist ideaology and its ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.