‘The Pentagon breaks the Islam taboo’

“Washington’s policy-makers have been careful in the war on terror to distinguish between Islam and the terrorists. The distinction has rankled conservatives who see scarce difference.” So Paul Sperry complains. Happily, it seems that things are about to change. A new Pentagon briefing paper reveals that “Islam is an ideological engine of war” and that the Prophet sponsored “terror and slaughter” against unbelievers.

Not only that, but the Pentagon’s specialists in Islamic studies have uncovered the strategy behind the well-known Muslim plot to conquer the West.

“The internal document explains that Islam divides offensive jihad into a ‘three-phase attack strategy’ for gaining control of lands for Allah”, Sperry reports. “The first phase is the ‘Meccan’, or weakened, period, whereby a small Muslim minority asserts itself through largely peaceful and political measures involving Islamic NGOs – such as the Islamic Society of North America, which investigators say has its roots in the militant Muslim Brotherhood, and Muslim pressure groups, such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations, whose leaders are on record expressing their desire to Islamize America. In the second ‘preparation’ phase, a ‘reasonably influential’ Muslim minority starts to turn more militant. The briefing uses Britain and the Netherlands as examples. And in the final jihad period, or ‘Medina Stage’, a large minority uses its strength of numbers and power to rise up against the majority, as Muslim youth recently demonstrated in terrorizing France, the Pentagon paper notes.”

Front Page Magazine, 14 December 2005

And the same online magazine features an article by one Julia Gorin exposing France’s abject cultural surrender to Islam and warning the rest of the West against following suit. “If France is any indication, it’ll still end in blood, only sooner.” See here.