Worse yet, Islamofascists are also increasingly a force to be reckoned with in America, as well. A chilling new book by noted author and investigative reporter Paul Sperry makes clear that the Islamists are well advanced in their efforts to bring jihad to a country near you.
Flash: Newseek has apologized. The magazine?s editor says he is sorry for printing a possibly ?mistaken? article that accused U.S. interrogators at Guantanamo of throwing copies of the Koran into prisoners? toilets. Evidently, Newsweek particularly regrets the murderous anti-American rioting the erroneous report set off in various parts of the Muslim world. Ironic though it may seem, we might just owe Newsweek a debt of gratitude for its shoddy reportage. After all, it provided a wake-up call to see how quickly and how skillfully our enemies seized upon evidence of America?s purported hostility to Islam to advance their own agenda. But who exactly is the enemy and what is their agenda? The instigators of the riots in Afghanistan and Pakistan and their counterparts elsewhere are adherents more to a political ideology ? some call it Islamism, others Islamofascism ? than to a faith. Using organizational and coercive tactics taken right out of the Bolsheviks? play-book, this Islamist minority seeks first to dominate the Muslim faith?s non-Islamist majority, then the rest of us. For the Islamofascists, material like the fallacious Newsweek report is a godsend. They portray it as proof positive of undifferentiated Western hostility towards all Muslims. Armed with such evidence, the Islamists then strive to persuade their heretofore peaceable and tolerant co-religionists that there is no choice but to subscribe to the most virulently intolerant interpretations of the Koran ? and to join in a divinely ordered violent struggle (jihad) intended to subjugate ?infidel? nations and populations. The implications of the Islamofascists? concerted, highly disciplined and organized and well-financed efforts are ominous. Unfortunately, this is true not only for places like Afghanistan and Pakistan, where the Islamists have held sway for some time. Or in Saudi Arabia, the financial and ideological well-spring of modern Islamofascism. Islamism is on the march in such disparate places as Western Europe, Bosnia, Indonesia, Latin America and Africa.