Brilliant, Joshua
May 2007
Investigate;May2007, Vol. 7 Issue 76, p41
The author reflects on the disturbing end game scenario being conceived by radical Islam based on the talks by Princeton University professor Bernard Lewis. He cites a warning issued by Lewis on the possible consequences of the Muslim-Shiite belief that time has come for a final global struggle between the forces of good and the forces of evil. The author describes several attempts made by Muslim believers to conquer Europe. The existence of anti-Semitism in Islamic countries is cited.


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