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The Center has undertaken several campaigns to expose the threat to America from Shariah. American civil and political society is under systematic, sustained and seditious assault – a “Stealth Jihad” – by adherents to Shariah, the authoritative legal, political and military Islamic doctrine. These entities seek to install Shariah as a parallel legal and political system in the United States, constituting a separate governance system for the Muslim community with respect to family law, civil society, media and political discourse, finance and homeland security. Many patriotic U.S. organizations are already working at the national and local level to oppose these Jihadists and Shariah.
Shariah: The Threat to America
The Center's best-selling report by 19 top national security professionals has been called, "the fullest articulation of the shariah threat." Get it in paperback or on Kindle at Amazon.
Counterterror Training, Education and Analysis
Major Stephen Coughlin was one of the U.S. government’s most astute and objective analysts, and an expert on the connections between Islamic law, terrorism and the jihadist movement around the globe.
Benghazi: US Foreign Policy and the Influence of Shariah Doctrine
On November 13 at Hillsdale College in Washington, DC, the Center for Security Policy presented a live-streamed panel discussion with three of America’s top experts on the shariah doctrinal threat to national security.
Andrew Bostom: Sharia Versus Freedom
Dr. Andrew Bostom speaks on Capitol Hill about his new book, Sharia Versus Freedom: The Legacy of Islamic Totalitarianism.
Center Products & Publications
- ISIS and the Muslim Brotherhood: Same Cause, Different Means Secure Freedom Radio
- The Islamic Terror Orchestra Nonie Darwish
- Obama’s China Policy is Out of Whack Frank Gaffney, Jr.
- Will the Fragile Ties Between Turkey and NATO Hold? Secure Freedom Radio
- Media Confused as Boko Haram Claims to Join the Islamic State Kyle Shideler
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