COVER OF NEWSWEEK SAYS WE MUST LIVE WITH RADICAL ISLAM: Former Islamic Terrorist Warns Of Dangers In Doing So
In less than nine years after 9/11, the cover of one of America’s most prominent magazine tells readers that we need to live with the ideology that killed 3000 Americans. What would lead to such a paradigm shift?
Former Islamic Terrorist Walid Shoebat is available for interviews to discuss the implications of such thinking.
“If ever Americans needed strength of will to fight her enemies, it is now,” he says. “In this information age where images such as the one on the cover of Newsweek are readily available to people all over the world, we really have to think about how America is portraying itself.”
Shoebat maintains that there is no real difference between Islam and Radical Islam, he says, because he lived it. “What westerners need to understand is that from a very young age, practitioners of Islam are taught daily that world domination through religion is a mandate and what Newsweek did is tantamount to putting a white flag on its cover.”
The west continues to appease people who want to kill them and it is having the opposite effect according to Shoebat, an author of several books on this subject. “I see this in my daily life,” he says. “When I was a terrorist, the western media believed me. Now that I am telling the truth, they call me a liar. There is no logical explanation for this except fear, an emotion the west cannot ill afford to embrace right now.”
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