Security experts want a new dividing line between "moderate" and "radical" Islam delineated not by violence but by a willingness to hold the U.S. Constitution as the supreme law of the land in America.
The new "Team B II report" (Shariah: The Threat to America) just out from a respected group of national security professionals details the threat America faces from Islamic shariah law, an ideology using a stealth approach called "civilization jihad" to subvert the Constitution.
The report explains the scope and breadth of an infiltration of America's government and by the Muslim Brotherhood—a worldwide jihadist entity using violent and non-violent means to force the supremacy of Islamic shariah law. Shariah is the Muslim legal-political-military doctrine.
"What we're suggesting is that the dividing line here is not terrorism. The dividing line here is shariah," Andrew C. McCarthy, former chief assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York recently told HUMAN EVENTS. "Shariah is the Islamic political and legal framework. There are some in the Islamic world who want to take it the way that we take religion in the West, that is that it's a private matter that isn't imposed as an institutional, legal, political matter on the rest of society."