Islam on the Rise in America

flag as hijabby ALAN  CARUBA:

While the daily headlines are filled with news reflecting Islamist’s acts of  terrorism in various parts of the world and Americans begin to suspect that, in  addition to the Middle East, Africa is becoming the next “hot spot” in the war  on terror, many are unaware of the rise of Islam in America.

“The future of the country-that was conceived by the pilgrims and  Puritans as ‘the new Zion’-is now bound inextricably to Islam.” So  writes Paul L. Williams in his new book, “Crescent Moon Rising: The Islamic  Transformation of America.”

“The Faith of the Prophet Mohammed will continue to impact and transform all  aspects of American life: social, political, and economic. Save for a  cataclysmic event that will shatter demographics, Islam by 2050 will emerge as  the nation’s dominant religion.”

Williams offers facts that are nothing less than astounding.

“Muslims continue to pour into the country occupy positions (vacated by aging  Americans) as physicians, engineers, and scientists. Others arrived to perform  tasks that American workers are unwilling to perform in food-processing plants,  agricultural facilities, and telecommunications. In addition to the Muslims who  come here with employment visas, thousands more arrive with student visas to  enroll in colleges throughout the country. Still others with ‘diversity’ visas  to enrich America’s racial composition.”

Read more: Family Security Matters Contributing Editor Alan Caruba  writes a weekly column, “Warning Signs”, posted on the Internet site of The  National Anxiety  Center, and he blogs at His book, Right  Answers: Separating Fact from Fantasy“, is published by Merrill  Press.

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America’s Future Belongs to Islam

20130205_Muslims_Pray_Capitol_LARGEby PAUL L. WILLIAMS, PHD:

(author of Crescent Moon Rising)

Islam, according to newly released data from the Association of Statisticians  of American Religious Bodies, is now the fastest growing religion in America,  verifying President Barack Obama’s claim that the United States is “no longer a  Judeo-Christian country.”

How many Muslims now live within the country remains anyone’s guess, since  the U.S. Census Bureau neglects to collect data on religious identification. A  2008 study by Cornell University projected that the number of Muslims in America  had climbed from 1.6 million in 1995 to 7 million.[i] A U.S. News and World  Report survey, which was conducted at the same time, placed the figure at 5  million,[ii] while the Pew Research Center set the number at 2.35 million.

But Pew researchers admit that their survey was not thorough since it  neglected to take into account immigrant and poor black Muslims.[iii] What’s  more, these researchers only contacted Americans with telephone landlines and  failed to take into account the fact that nearly 50% of U.S. residents and age  18-35 and the nearly 100% of the illegal immigrants who communicate exclusively  by cell phones.[iv]

Muslim organizations, such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations  (CAIR), supported the Cornell  University projection of 7 million – – based on  mosque attendance.[v]

In any case, all demographers agree that throughout the coming decades, the  faith of the Prophet Mohammed will continue to impact and transform all aspects  of American life: social, political, and economic.  They further maintain  that, save for a cataclysmic sea-change in population trends, Islam by 2050 will  emerge as the nation’s dominant religion.

Read more: Family Security Matters  Contributing Editor Paul L. Williams is the author of The  Day of Islam: The Annihilation of America and the Western World, The Al  Qaeda Connection, and other best-selling books. He is a frequent guest  on such national news networks as ABC News, CBS News, Fox News, MSNBC, and  NPR. Visit his website at


9/11 a Prequel? Next Attack on America in Works (Part II)


Part  I : Eleven Years after 9/11, the Threat Remains: The Leading Al Qaeda Operative  Remains at Large

Think 9/11 was a thing of the past?

Think that you’re safe and secure.

Think again.

Meet Adnan el-Shukrijumah.

He’s a chameleon.

Adnan el-Shukrijumah possesses an uncanny ability to blend into a  crowd, to alter his looks, and to assume a multitude of identities. Few things  about him indicate his Islamic orientation. He is often clean-shaven and rarely  wears a long shirt (shalwat kameez) or chews a toothpick. He has been  known to have a beer (like an average American Joe), to smoke a Marlboro, and to  carry rosary beads in his pocket. He has posed as an Italian-American, a  Mexican-American, a Canadian, a Saudi, a Jamaican, an Arab, and a Latino from  Trinidad. He stands somewhere between 5’4″ and 5’6″; weighs 140 pounds; and  suffers from sacute asthma. He has black hair, dark brown eyes, an olive  complexion, a mole on one cheek and a very prominent Mediterranean proboscis. A  key distinguishing feature is a scar on the left side of his face below and  forward of his earlobe.

Adnan is fluent in English, Spanish, Urdu, and Arabic. He is a trained pilot  and a computer whiz. But, his central area of interest, training and expertise  is nuclear engineering.



In Pakistan, Shukrijumah became singled out by Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to  spearhead the next great attack on America – a nuclear attack that would take  place simultaneously in seven U.S. cities (New York, Boston, Miami, Houston, Los  Angeles, Las Vegas, and Washington D.C.), leaving millions dead and the richest  and most powerful nation on earth in ashes.[x]

To prepare for this mission, a team of al-Qaeda operatives reportedly were  sent by Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to McMaster  University in order to gain  knowledge of nuclear technology and to obtain access to the reactor. Along with  Adnan, the team purportedly consisted of Anas al Liby, an engineer from Libya  and member of the al-Qaeda high command; Jaber A. Elbaneh, a Yemeni national and  naturalized American citizen who worked closely with the Lackawanna Six domestic  cell near Buffalo, New York; and Amer el Matti, a Canadian national and licensed  pilot. Another visitor to the campus, according to several sources, was  Abderraouf Jdey from the Montreal cell.

At McMaster, Adnan purportedly kept to himself, made few new friends or  acquaintances, kept strictly to his studies, and left the facility at the same  time as his colleagues.[xi]

He also managed to obtain employment at the reactor – – allegedly as a  guide.[xii] Adnan’s “normal’ behavior on the Hamilton campus, a source said,  gave him entry to places where dangerous materials were stored without raising  undue suspicion. Bit by bit, the al-Qaeda operative allegedly managed to pilfer  approximately 180 pounds of nuclear material from the university – – enough to  build several radiological bombs.[xiii]

According to Israeli sources, Shukrijumah was under surveillance by Canadian  officials in early October 2003, when he suddenly stopped attending classes and  failed to show up for work. His disappearance aroused no concern, the sources  say, until a few days later when the nuclear material was reported  missing.[xiv]

Jayne Johnson, a spokesperson for McMaster  University, declined to comment  on the reports of Shukrijumah and the other al-Qaeda agents at the school. Other  McMaster officials denied that any al Qaeda agents were on campus and that any  nuclear or radiological material was missing from the campus. But Adnan’s stay  at the Canadian school has been verified by Rolf Mowatt Larssen of Harvard  University’s Belfer Center.[xv] It was allegedly was facilitated by Dremali, his  mentor at Broward Community College. Dremali had formed associations with fellow  Egyptian engineers at McMaster and reportedly retained an affiliation with a  clandestine club in Ontario that had been formed, in part, to assist newly  arrived Arabs in the acculturation process. {The connection between Adnan and  Dremali remains to be fully investigated by the FBI. In 2005, Dremali left his  teaching position at Broward to become the imam of a mosque in Des Moines, Iowa.  He allegedly also left his wife Lamyaa who now resides at in Colombia,  Kentucky).

In an interview pertinent to this report, Hamid Mir confirmed that he had  received verification that Anas al-Liby was at McMaster and that Liby had been  instrumental in the removal of radiological/nuclear material from the reactor.  Mir further testified that nuclear weapons and materials had been forward  deployed by al-Qaeda to the United   States.[xvi] Despite Mir’s stature among  journalist as the only reporter to interview Osama bin Laden in the wake of  9/11, federal officials have neglected to seek out the bases of his claims.

Where is Adnan hiding?

Is he really capable of launching a devastating attack on American soil?

Stay tuned. Part three of Adnan’s story will appear on this site  tomorrow.

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Eleven Years after 9/11, the Threat Remains: The Leading Al Qaeda Operative Remains at Large (Part I)


Eleven years after 9/11, al Qaeda has been partially dismantled; Osama bin  Laden is sleeping with fishes, and the war on terror has subsided into a  military shuffle in Afghanistan. The leading experts on counter-terrorism no  longer make nightly appearances on national news programs, and books on militant  Islam no longer line the shelves of Barnes and Noble. But the leading Islamic  terrorist – – a chap named Adnan el Shukrijumah – – remain intent upon  conducting an attack on American soil in the very near future that will  replicate the damage caused by the US bombings of Hiroshima and  Nagasaki.

FBI Director Robert Mueller and former Attorney General John Ashcroft have  called Adnan el-Shukrijumah “the next Mohammed Atta” – – a nuclear technician  and computer scientist, who represents “a clear and imminent danger to all  Americans.”

Shukrijumah’s face has appeared on the front pages of newspapers and every  televised news outlet throughout the United States and Canada. He has been  labelled the present leader of al Qaeda by the Justice Department. A special  office for information that might lead to his arrest – – replete with a 24 hour  hotline – – had been set up in Miami,  Florida.

Adnan G. El Shukrijumah

Federal investigators continue to comb South and Central America with the  hope of gleaning a scintilla of evidence that might shed light on his  whereabouts. They even established an elaborate sting operation in Guyana,  Trinidad, and New York (the JFK plot) to snag the elusive fugitive – – but the  operation only resulted in the creation of a new terrorist organization south of  the border.

In 2003, the Justice Department placed a $5 million reward for any  information leading to his arrest, and the same bounty for each of his alleged  accomplices: Amer el-Maati, Jaber A. Elbaneh, Anas al-Liby, and Abderraouf  Jdey.

But if you assemble a team of bounty hunters and manage to collar Adnan  el-Shukrijumah and his terrorist cronies, you will be hard-pressed to turn them  over to law enforcement officials, let alone to collect the aggregate $25  million. The U.S. Department of Justice, even after posting rewards, setting up  hotlines, and issuing BOLOs (“Be-on-the-Lookout” alerts) has failed to issue  criminal warrants for their arrest. This means that the bounty hunters would  have to leave Adnan and his friends strapped to lawn chairs in a deserted  warehouse, since members of state and local police departments remain without  authorization to detain or question them, let alone take them into  custody.

This oversight is mind-boggling. Adnan el-Shukrijumah has worked with  Mohammad Atta and the other 9/11 operatives; he has masterminded a plan to  launch a nuclear attack on American soil; he has attended leading al Qaeda  gatherings, including the Waziristan Summit of 2004; he has conspired with Jose  Padilla and others to blow up bridges and infrastructures in New York City; and  the search for his present whereabouts is littered with corpses, including that  of prominent California businessman Farouk Razac. Obtaining the necessary  warrants would constitute the perfunctory matter of submitting a request to a  federal judiciary. But this basic procedural step was not undertaken by the U.S.  Attorney General, the FBI Director, or any other official within the Justice  Department.

Read more  Contributing Editor Paul L. Williams is the author of The  Day of Islam: The Annihilation of America and the Western World, The Al  Qaeda Connection, and other best-selling books. He is a frequent guest  on such national news networks as ABC News, CBS News, Fox News, MSNBC, and  NPR. Visit his website at