Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Books and Reports

How Islamists Use Sharia to Prevent Assimilation and Hold American Muslims Back

The American experiment with immigration has always presumed that those coming to the United States had the intention of becoming Americans, putting aside old allegiances, and thereby integrating into society. It was also understood that immigrants would endeavor to keep elements of their cultural and religious traditions intact in the New World, and that some of these may even eventually be adopted and “Americanized” by the native populace.

Is Islam Arab Imperialism?

There is a vibrant debate on the Internet and elsewhere over whether Islam constitutes Arab imperialism, or alternatively, whether it is an attempt to make non-Arab Muslims into Arabs. Participants in this debate are mostly Muslims, and some are even Arabs.  Some claim to be former Muslims.  Can this debate help us in our battle against the terrorists and states which support them?

Center Monograph Warns Of ‘Gateway’ Group For Violent Jihadists: Tablighi Jama’at

If the terrorist pipeline to which Tablighi Jama’at contributes is ever to be severed, it is imperative that U.S. policy-makers and the American people understand the contribution this ostensibly “non-violent” missionary group makes at the intersection of Islamic indoctrination and jihadist terror.

Ikhwan in America: An Oral History of the Muslim Brotherhood in Their Own Words

Like the first volume in this series, The Explanatory Memorandum: From the Archives of the Muslim Brotherhood in America, this volume provides context for the needed, far deeper understanding of the true nature of the Muslim Brotherhood (known as the Ikhwan in Arabic).

Catastrophic Failure: Blindfolding America in the Face of Jihad

The book is a comprehensive assessment of Islamic law and doctrine known to form the basis of hostile threat strategies directed against America and the West, the challenges they present, and the ideologically induced breakdown of fact-based decisionmaking that is nothing short of professional malpractice by our national security elites.

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