In these data, we see the common sense of the American people at work. To be sure, some responses seem to reflect what leaders of both parties have insistently claimed and what we all would like to be true – namely, that Islam is a religion of peace and one like Christianity and Judaism. Still, on question after question, the public is not buying many of the illogical assertions and policy directions that their government has been promoting under successive administrations.The challenge now is to ensure that the American people are properly informed about all aspects of Islamic supremacism – from its wellspring in authoritative Islam’s shariah to the stealthy kind of “civilization jihad” the Muslim Brotherhood has long practiced in this country. With Steve Coughlin’s masterful new book, Catastrophic Failure, and a raft of monographs on different facets of the civilization jihadists’ agenda, the Center for Security Policy is determined to ensure that those who represent us – as well as those who are their constituents – get squared away about the dangers we are facing at home and abroad.
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