Islam Resource List

12/3/2017
*Note: This list of resources is not all encompassing, nor do the brief descriptions do justice to the amount & variety of information available on each site.
Best places to begin (i.e., understanding why we need to know what Islam is):
  • https://www.cspii.org/en   Click on one of the segments and as you near the bottom you’ll have an option to sign up for “Audiobook for Free” which gives you self-study course level 1 (total length of segments 4 hours 19 minutes)
Stay up-to-date with these Online Resources:
Creeping Sharia: https://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/
  • Offers a subject search feature as well as a US state or country search feature
  • Provides up to date reporting/articles written, Mohammad cartoons, and Must See Videos which often are quickly removed by the social media sites.
Understanding The Threat: https://www.understandingthethreat.com/
  • This is the only organization training our government officials, officers of the law, and military about the Global Islamic Movement & jihadi networks within our communities. Check out their Mission.
  • This website has especially outstanding sections on:
  • Research & Resources
  • Training
  • The Blog
The Religion of Peace: https://www.thereligionofpeace.com/
  • TROP is a non-partisan, fact-based site which examines the ideological threat that Islam poses to human dignity and freedom
  • This site focuses on providing information regarding Terror Attacks, Islam, Muhammad, Quran
  • Includes an easy chart for reviewing terrorist events by viewing:
  • Jihad Report (offered by week and by month)
  • Total Number of Deadly Terror Attacks since 9/11
  • List of Attacks charts for last 30 days or select by year
Clarion Project: https://clarionproject.org/
        An informative website allowing signups for newsletters, and offering Fact Sheets on a variety of issues related to Islam (click on: 101s), and a Take Action section with easy to participate ideas

Middle East Forum, Promoting American Interests:

http://www.meforum.org/
  • This website offers a comprehensive wealth of information from many different angles
  • Click on “About Us” for descriptions of their Mission, Methods and Activities
  • Click on “Mailing Lists” to select to receive:
  • Middle East Forum: articles, announcements & press releases
  • Middle East Quarterly: articles from MEF’s journal
  • Campus Watch: writings about Middle East studies at North American Universities
  • Islamist Watch: writings about lawful Islamism in the West
  • Legal Project: writings about the battle over free speech and Islam
  • May also choose from a list of staff private mailing lists
Center for Security Policy: https://www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org/
Mission of the Center for Security Policy: To identify challenges and opportunities likely to affect American security, broadly defined, and to act promptly and creatively to ensure that they are the subject of focused national examination and effective action.
Jihad Watch: https://www.jihadwatch.org/
Robert Spencer speaks to us in ways that make Islam easy to understand for the novice, beginning with Islam 101, his Videos teaching on The Basics of Islam, Blogging the Qur’an, the downloadable pamphlets and much more.
Combatting Global Asymmetric Threats: https://www.asymmetricthreat.net/
Provides a look at national and global security through an extensive variety of resources as well as offering reports on a number of symposia held
American Freedom Defense Initiative: http://afdi.us/
Constantly under attack yet unfailing in her advertisements and teachings to the American public Pamela Geller exposes the truth about Islam; see why she is such a threat to the Islamic movement
Pamela Geller Report (sign up to receive top headlines of the day or view them here): https://pamelageller.com/
Facebook:  A Cult Called Islam:  https://www.facebook.com/A-Cult-Called-Islam-258554340958605/


Islam in Our Educational System:

Recommended Supplement to 7th grade History: http://islamthreat.com/islam_schools/SupplementMcDougleLittel.pdf

Campaign Warning Parents of Bias in Classroom Books, 12/31/2011: http://www.wnd.com/2011/12/382645/

Explore one assignment used to indoctrinate our students in grade 12 – be sure to give this assignment more than a cursory glance by following the explanatory links in the ‘Student Guide’ & ‘Council of’: http://score.rims.k12.ca.us/activity/Mali_to_mecca/

Tainted Teachings, What Your Kids are Learning about Israel, America, and Islam, Parts 1 through 4 (scroll down past the initial 4 links to view each part): http://www.campus-watch.org/article/id/2247

Act for America Report:  Education or Indoctrination? The Treatment of Islam in 6th through 12th Grade American Textbooks: http://d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.net/themes/57365ca5cd0af55ea6000001/attachments/original/1483921270/Education_or_Indoctrination_Executive_Summary.pdf

Islam in Our Government:

A Guide to Shariah Law vs the Constitution: http://theshariahwaronwomen.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Shariah_VS_Constitution.pdf

While reading the following link keep this excerpt from “Adopting Pro-Sharia Textbooks in U.S. Schools, 1/16/ 2012” in mind. The excerpt helps us identify standard practices used by CAIR & MPAC proving Islamic infiltration into our government and manipulation of our policies:

Excerpt: “The Council on Islamic American Relations (CAIR) has long warned members not to aid the FBI and Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) agents seek more “hate crime” studies — but eliminations of solid counter terror strategies.”

(Translation: CAIR & MPAC told their members “don’t help the FBI, do promote hate crime studies to enhance the fake news that there are actually significant hate crimes against Muslims while ignoring the hate crimes Muslims are committing against others, and, of course do work to eliminate counter-terrorism strategies by the USA”). Yet, despite this truth, here they are presenting to the Homeland Security Subcommittee on Intelligence…yes, it’s hard to type that with a straight face…

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