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Islamofascism Research Home
What Is Terrorism?
A Brief History of Islam
Radical Islam’s Main Stage
Radical Islam Around the World
Radical Islam in the United States
Ceasefires in Islam
The Muslim Brotherhood
The War of Ideas
Radical Islam’s End-Game
Using All the Tools at Our Disposal to Survive
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Islamist Terror Organizations
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FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists

"We love death. The US loves life. That is the big difference between us." – Osama bin Laden

The issue of Islamofascism and jihadist terrorism is one that affects each and every man, woman and child throughout the world. And while the catalyst for the actions of Islamofascists -- and Muslim terrorists who use the the religion of Islam as justification for violence -- is a very complex issue, their crude and violent actions result in two very indisputable realities: the stifling oppression and death of human beings, most often innocent human beings.

Of course, the subject of Islamofascism -- and the tool of terror so often used in the name of Islam -- cannot be accurately or intelligently discussed without addressing the religion of Islam; without a cursory understanding of the religion of Islam itself. In what can be described as a Western Culture held hostage by a significant and vocal faction that adheres to the multicultural tenets of political correctness (see our pillar on Progressivism), a discussion of this subject can lead to demonization and an unwillingness to accept proof of facts and realities. Nevertheless, the facts must be sought out, examined, verified and accepted. Only when we understand the issue; only when we have acquainted ourselves with and accepted the facts regarding this subject matter, can we hope to engage in serious and meaningful solutions.

The goal of’s informational and educational program on the subject of Islamofascism -- and the violence and oppression it inflicts around the world -- is not to create subject experts; there are a plethora of organizations from a variety of different countries that strive to provide their patrons with an advanced knowledge of the subjects, and we applaud them for their work. Our mission is to bridge the gap between the complete non-conversancy and novice knowledge of the subjects.

The program addressing the subject of Islamofascism and related Islamist terrorism is, to borrow from the collegiate lexicon, an “intro-to-101” crash course that, when completed, will provide a solid cursory understanding of the issue so that the more advanced and complex subject-specific information offered by more issue specific organizations can be better valued.

In essence, we are offering an introduction to the subject matter so that you may better understand and use the information from established think tanks, research organizations and advocacy groups.

In our attempt to move the reader from non-conversancy to a novice state of understanding of the subject, we will examine several aspects of the issues and will quest to provide:

▪ A scholarly and understandable definition of “terrorism.”
▪ A brief and elementary history of the genesis of Islam as a religion.
▪ An overview of Islam’s complex ideology.
▪ An overview of Islamist radicalism in the Middle East.
▪ An overview of Islamist radicalism around the world.
▪ An overview of radical Islamism in the United States.
▪ The concepts of tahadiya and houdna (ceasefires) in the Islamic culture.
▪ An introduction to The Muslim Brotherhood and the Ikhwan in America.
▪ The strategy of the War of Ideas.
▪ The concept of Radical Islam’s End-Game.
▪ A strategy for survival.

The Islamofascism pillar provides “advanced resources”; a cursory introduction to reference materials, and links to organizations where you will find more information on the issues presented, on the subjects of:

▪ Islamist Terror Organizations
▪ Regional Conflicts

Additionally, the advanced resources section provides links to:

▪ Reports, Studies & Testimonies
▪ Podcasts
▪ Suggested Reading
▪ Suggested Viewing
▪ Educational CD Series
▪ FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists offers The Briefing, a boots-on-the-ground, twice-weekly report from Jerusalem by Senior Middle East Correspondent and author Howard Linett, providing first-source information on events most often not reported by the mainstream media regarding Middle Eastern security issues.

And finally, offers a featured in-depth analysis on a chosen topic related to Islamofascism, Islamist terrorism and/or Middle Eastern history as it pertains to radicalized Islam in our In Focus section. This section provides analysis and examination from some of the foremost experts on the subject matter presented.

In addition to all of this, maintains the Islamist Terrorism Section at our daily publication,, providing the most uneditorialized news stories on the subject of Islamist terrorism from around the world.

In the end, the efforts of on the issue of Islamofascism is not to demonize a religion, but to expose a violent, totalitarian and oppressive activist faction within the religion of Islam so that: a) the non-Muslim world can better understand the ideological motivations for some of the most horrific acts of violence and human cruelty taking place today, and, b) to help shore-up emerging reformation efforts from within the Muslim community, through a better understanding of the fundamentalist Islamic culture, so that the Muslim community itself can expunge violent and oppressive ideology from their own religion.

Welcome to’s Islamofascism educational and informational program.. is a non-profit, non-partisan 501(c)(3) research and educational initiative. Opinions expressed by those not directly affiliated with are expressly their own. Responsibility for the accuracy of cited content is expressly that of the contributing author. may or may not agree with opinions and/or content presented unless expressly cited. All content offered by is copyrighted.’s goal is the liberation of the American voter from partisan politics and special interests in government through the primary-source, fact-based education of the American people. © 2005-2013
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