Infiltration: How Muslim Spies and Subversives have Penetrated Washington

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Dec 7, 2008 - Political Science - 384 pages
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The most sinister terrorists won't be sneaking through our borders from the Middle East.

They're already here.

This is the untold story about the silent, yet extremely dangerous threat from the Muslim establishment in America?an alarming exposT of how Muslims have for years been secretly infiltrating American society, government, and culture, pretending to be peace-loving and patriotic, while supporting violent jihad and working to turn America into an Islamic state.

In this powder keg of a book, you'll learn:

  • How radical Muslims have penetrated the U.S. military, the FBI, the Homeland Security Department, and even the White House?where subversive Muslims and Arabs have received top-secret clearance.
  • How they've infiltrated the chaplains program in the federal and state prison systems?a top recruiting ground for al-Qaida.
  • How they've successfully run influence operations against our political system with the help of both Democrats and Republicans, badgering corporate boards into Islamizing the workplace.
  • How we've been utterly duped about what the Quran does and doesn't teach. Sadly, much of anti-Western terrorism is simply Islam in practice, the text of the Quran in action.

In a time when religious and political leaders are scrambling to smooth over differences in faith and beliefs, this book gives the terrifying truth abaout the very real, very deadly agenda of Islam and how it has already infiltrated key American institutions with agents, spies, and subversives.

  

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Excellent! A must read. Well researched and thorough.

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What an astonishing piece of nonsense. Badly sourced, poorly written, totally convincing to anyone who already agrees with the author. Thanks you for putting it on the Internet to give us even more things to laugh at...

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Paul Sperry is an investigative journalist and Hoover Institution media fellow. His articles have appeared in the "New York Post, Investor's Business Daily, "and "The Wall Street Journal". Sperry makes regular appearances on Fox News and other national media outlets.

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