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Infiltration Between 1990 and 2009, 26 million Muslims have immigrated to Europe—coming from all directions and pouring into every country. No country has been hit harder than Italy with both legal and illegal Muslim immigrants.
Imams Along with millions of Muslim immigrants arriving in Europe are radical Imams. These extremist Islamic preachers have a large Internet following and guide thousands of European Muslims in their plan to implement Sharia law in the West, and to topple the governments of their home countries.
Isolation Radical Imams want to reject the laws of secular society and replace them with the authority of Sharia in Muslim-controlled districts.Essentially, they want to turn European cities into an Islamic state-within-a-state.
Islamization From forcing banks to remove offensive piggy banks, to arresting citizens for making anti-Muslim comments, to requiring schools to serve Halal food, the goal of the radical Islamist is to force non-believing Europeans to conform to Sharia law. As politicians give-in to the demands of the Islamists, it has some in Europe wondering what happened to their traditional rights and freedoms.
Implosion The final stage of the five pillars of Islamic Conquest is implosion. It happens when a nation loses its pride, when it sheds its uniqueness and honored heritage and when it forfeits its cherished beliefs to accommodate the demands of Sharia law.
Shoebat The sudden development with show of arms in the main roads, and the fighters even began to stop government convoys amid a barrage of bullets and shouts of Allahu Akbar, which raised the ire of observers to the absence of the state and security agencies to prosecute, monitor and follow up on these moves for the supporters of ISIS.
Linked In A boy in Syria, no more than ten-or eleven-years old, faces the camera clutching a passport emblazoned with the words “Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.” Surrounded by jihadist fighters, he begins to threaten the Jordanian monarch and his intelligence services with “tons of tons of explosive car bombs.” The scene, punctuated by cheers and chants of Allahu Akbar (“God is great”), reaches a climax when the Jordanian passport is thrown into a fire.
As the Iraqi cities of Kirkuk, Mosul, and Tikrit fall into the hands of Al Qaeda-influenced jihadists, it is Jordan, nestled between Israel and Iraq, that will serve as a crucial buffer from the terrorist movements that threaten to spill over into the region. It is unlikely that Jordan’s King Abdullah II and his forces will take threats from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (commonly known by its acronym ISIS) lightly.