Category: Constitutional threats

Political Islam is a fundamental threat to constitutional secular democracy. Free societies cannot coexist with political Islam.

The Muslim Brotherhood: Doctrine, Strategy, Operations and Vulnerabilities

Want to discover the vulnerabilities of the Muslim Brotherhood? Study its doctrine, strategy and operations worldwide. That’s what I set out to do in my chapter, “The Muslim Brotherhood: Doctrine, Strategy, Operations and Vulnerabilities,” appearing in the newly published book, Meeting the Ideological Challenges of Islamism: How to Combat Modern Radical Islam. The work was edited by Anna Bekele and...

Alinsky, jailed political warriors, and Guantanamo

Jail time is valuable for a busy and distracted political warrior to rest, organize his thoughts, and develop his philosophy. Here’s what Saul Alinsky has to say about it: “. . . a periodic removal from circulation by being jailed is an essential element in the development of the revolutionary. The one problem that the revolutionary cannot cope with by...

MAJ Nidal Hasan: He described his threat doctrine in Army powerpoint long before Fort Hood

Fort Hood jihadist MAJ Nidal Hasan described his ideology in a powerpoint presentation to his fellow soldiers at Walter Reed Army Hospital. He outlined his threat doctrine long before he shot up Fort Hood.  Download MAJ Hasan Slides Because he didn’t describe it as a “threat doctrine” but merely as an expression of religious belief, the Army took no action...

Informative 10-part video course on Muslim Brotherhood in America

Having been among the first to track Muslim Brotherhood infiltration of the conservative and Republican wings of American politics in the late 1990s, I’ve found it very frustrating to see the lack of traction in getting a public understanding about the problem. Over the years I’ve tracked those penetrations on and off, and worked with others on a similar mission....

Threat of lawsuit spiked UK report on ‘head of state’ funding of al Qaeda

Was it a sharp-eyed editor’s discovery of a false story, or outside forms of influence that caused a major London newspaper to spike its story yesterday about an unnamed “head of state” whose inner circle  has been funding al Qaeda? It turns out that threats of a lawsuit under Britain’s archaic “guilty until proven innocent” libel laws, briefly caused the...

Touring the Reagan Ranch with Michelle Malkin

At a Young Americas Foundation conference in Santa Barbara, California, IWP Professor J. Michael Waller gave a seminar to college students on how to combat Islamist extremism on the campuses. Waller used examples from fighting the Soviets and Soviet front organizations that can be adapted to expose, discredit, document and uproot terrorist support groups at American universities. He specifically cited the Council on...

Bill O’Reilly interviews Dr Waller about French Muslim rioters

(Institute of World Politics news release) French rioters were the subject of Professor J. Michael Waller‘s guest comments with Bill O’Reilly on Fox News. The May 9 segment on the O’Reilly Factor concerned the alliance between Islamist extremists and left-wing militants who have been destroying property, looting, and burning automobiles across France since the May 6 election of Nicolas Sarkozy...

Terrorist recruitment and infiltration in the US: Prisons and military as an operational base

“Terrorist Recruitment and Infiltration in the United States: Prisons and Military as an Operational Base,” testimony before the Subcommittee on Terrorism, Technology and Homeland Security, Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. Senate, October 14, 2003.

Alamoudi and those bags of Libyan cash

Published by Insight magazine, a weekly of the Washington Times, October 13, 2003 by J. Michael Waller WASHINGTON, D.C. — A U.S. citizen has been sentenced to 23 years in jail on charges related to his activities in the United States and abroad with nations and organizations that have ties to terrorism, the Department of Justice and the Department of...

How terrorists use ‘civil liberties’ arguments to undermine the war effort

by J. Michael Waller Insight, March 4, 2003 Terrorists and their supporters are doing their best to weave themselves into the political fabric of American society, say specialists in homeland security. They are operating front groups and charities to finance their operations, and they are running influence operations to weaken federal antiterrorism laws under the guise of protecting civil liberties. The...