ON-Lion Letter
A September study from the Center for Security Policy (CSP) in Washington, D.C., Shariah:  The Threat to America, is the result of months of analysis, discussion, and drafting by a group of top security-policy experts concerned with the preeminent totalitarian threat of our time:  the legal-political-military doctrine known within Islam as "shariah."  The study is designed to provide a comprehensive and articulate "second opinion" on the official characterizations and assessments of this threat that are put forth by the U.S. government.

Its authors have modeled the study on an earlier "exercise in competitive analysis" that came to be known as the "Team B" Report, a 1976 document challenging the then-prevailing official U.S. government intelligence estimates of the intentions and offensive capabilities of the Soviet Union and the policy known as "détente" that such estimates ostensibly justified.

As with the original Team B analysis, however, the CSP study on shariah challenges the assumptions underpinning the official line in the conflict with today's totalitarian threat, which is currently euphemistically described as "violent extremism," and the policies of co-existence, accommodation, and submission that are rooted in those assumptions.

"Few Americans are aware of the diversity and success to date of ... efforts to insinuate shariah into the United States -- let alone the full implications of the mortal threat this totalitarian doctrine represents to our freedoms, society and government," according to Shariah:  The Threat to America.  "Fewer still understand the nature of the jihad being waged to impose it here.

"This report is substantially devoted to laying bare the danger posed by so-called 'non-violent' jihadists," it continues, "exposing their organizational infrastructure and modus operandi and recommending actions that must be taken to prevent their success."

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee supports CSP.
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