Chad Groening, OneNewsNow
Terrorism expert Robert Spencer says Islamic supremacism is alive and well on the 11th anniversary of 9/11. And Christian writer and commentator Janet Parshall says on this anniversary, it is clear that radical Muslims continue to work toward their dream of a world dominated by Islam.
Much has changed since the morning of September 11, 2001. For example, Islam has advanced its influence throughout the world — even in the United States. And Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch says that should give Americans pause on this 11th anniversary of the attacks.
“We can say that 9/11 was a great boon for Islamic supremacists,” he tells OneNewsNow, “because it enabled them to get access and make inroads into American society to an unprecedented degree.”
Describing what he considers another major change, Spencer notes that George W. Bush has been replaced by Barack Obama in the White House. “It could be very bad for defenders of freedom if Obama is re-elected,” he states, “and there could be real effort to shut down pro-freedom websites and pro-freedom radio commentators. It’s a very real possibility that that could happen.”
And according to the Jihad Watch leader, while Obama continues to pander to Muslims, the Canadians have taken a strong stand by severing ties with Iran. “Canada is taking over really the leadership of the free world and is showing that Obama has largely abdicated that role,” he comments. “Canada is doing what the United States ought to have done a long time ago.”
Janet Parshall is a Christian activist, public speaker, and author of Buyer Beware: Finding Truth in the Marketplace of Ideas. She says radical Islamists remain committed to ushering in a worldwide caliphate.
“It’s still a part of the game plan,” she laments. “And those Islamacists who want that caliphate to be put in place work slowly, consistently, steadfastly — and they have much more patience than we do generally here in the West.”
And that is unfortunate, she says, because Westerners are stuck in a quagmire of political correctness, not doing what needs to be done. “It’s like saying during World War II [that] we’re fighting the Nazis, but we don’t mention the Nazis by name,” Parshall tells OneNewsNow. “So we need to recognize that there is an enemy who has stated declaredly that they want us dead. [To them] we are the ‘Great Satan.’”
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