by Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger
More Muslim terrorist cells were exposed in the
Islamic terrorism constitutes a real and present danger to the
The intensification of the Muslim terrorist threat, despite Obama’s rough/critical/cold attitude toward the Jewish State, refutes the claim that the Arab-Israel conflict, the Palestinian issue or the US-Israel friendship are the root cause of anti-US Islamic terrorism.
Anti-US Islamic terrorism has been bolstered by the expansion of Hizballah’s operational, financial and political infrastructures in Latin America, notwithstanding the contention by Obama and his advisors that supposedly there is no global Islamic terrorism (only Taliban and Al-Qaeda terrorism), that ostensibly there is no Jihadist terrorism (“because Jihad means to purify oneself…”) and that terrorism has been seemingly a derivative of Western exploitation of the Third World.
President Obama was right when he declared – at
The increase in Islamic terrorist operations in the US has been a direct result of the substantial growth in the number of Jihad-oriented Imams in US penitentiaries, seminaries and mosques: the dramatic boost in the number of Muslim Brotherhood-inspired US mosques: the expanded exposure of US Muslims to the Jihad ideology via Saudi and Qatari-funded Muslim TV channels and Internet; the rise in the number of Muslim terror organizations posing as charity foundations and summer camps, which benefit from tax exemptions; and, the surge in the number of activists, who draft American Muslims to training and indoctrination camps in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Somalia, Yemen and the Palestinian Authority. Most Muslim terrorists in the
The world leading
The inherent religious animosity toward the US has been intensified by Muslim leaders, who consider US values – such as freedom of expression, freedom of movement, freedom of religion, free election, free market and free Internet – as a present and clear danger to their own dictatorial regimes. Moreover,
Copyright - Original materials copyright (c) by the authors.