Jun 1 2005
If the Saudis have the right to travel to Western countries and build mosques [they’ve built thousands and many are centers for terrorist activity and spreading hatred of the West], then we should have the right to engage in open missionary activity in Saudi Arabia or anywhere else [and] proclaim our ideas of Western freedom and an open society, whether this offends other countries’ rulers or not. We have no obligation to “respect other cultures” and ideas when those cultures and ideas lead to human suffering, misery, and servitude….
Islam is a collective psychosis seeking to become global, and any attempt to compromise with such madness is to become part of [it]. No one who believes that jihad is the right or duty of all Muslims...promotes adoption of Shari’a law or reestablishment of the caliphate, should be allowed to settle in any Western country, and every applicant should be asked. The passport of anyone preaching jihad should be revoked. This may be called discrimination but the quarrel is not of our choosing.
Islam, in Muhammad’s texts and its codification, discriminates against us. It is extremely offensive. Those who submit to that faith must solve the problem they set themselves. Islam discriminates against all “unbelievers.” Until the petrodollars support a Kuranic revisionism that does not, we should go for it with whips and scorpions, hammer and tongs [and] act together before it is too late.
Serge Trifkovic , The Sword of the Prophet, pp. 299, 301
We are fighting a religious war, and knowing it is the first step in winning it. Our refusal to acknowledge this...because it might offend our Muslim and Arab friends, or...a politician might lose the Muslim vote here at home—does not make it untrue. We can’t duck this…[there are] governments that publicly condemn terrorism but make deals with the radicals who run the madrasses and incite violence and jihad against the West, including Egypt, Yemen, Jordan, United Arab Emirates….
The United States doesn’t want Israel to defeat its enemies. The reason…is bizarre
but true. There is a small but powerful Palestinian lobby inside the State Department who reason that Israel is part of the Middle East problem. This crowd says the Palestinians are simply defending themselves, that the Palestinians need representation. These bleeding hearts, misguided government workers...are wrong.
Colonel David Hunt, U.S. Army (Ret.), Fox News military analyst, They Just Don’t Get It, p. 59