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Shariah: The Threat To America

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Shariah: The Threat To America
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Publisher: Center for Security Policy
ISBN/ASIN: 098229476X
ISBN-13: 9780982294765
Number of pages: 372

Description:
This study is the result of months of analysis, discussion and drafting by a group of top security policy experts concerned with the preeminent totalitarian threat of our time: the legal-political-military doctrine known within Islam as 'shariah.' It is designed to provide a comprehensive and articulate 'second opinion' on the official characterizations and assessments of this threat as put forth by the United States government.

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