The far Left George Soros-funded Center for American Progress (CAP) has been busy of late trying to "expose" those evil hatemongering "Islamophobes" and their enablers who have the audacity to tell the truth about Sharia law and Islamic ideology. CAP's most recent publication in this regard is entitled "Fear, Inc.," which claims that a "small, tightly networked group of misinformation experts" has been "spreading myths and lies about Islam."
The uncredentialed authors of "Fear, Inc." – all part of the Center for American Progress rather than outside experts on Islam – are truthophobes. They seek, in their words, to "marginalize" such people as Nonie Darwish, a woman raised as a Muslim who lived in Egypt under the yoke of Sharia law for thirty years and has provided first-hand accounts of its brutality.
Other articles on this site have already demonstrated the shoddiness, illogic and outright untruths permeating "Fear, Inc." I am not going to repeat the obvious. Instead, I want to focus on what one of the world's leading Islamic scholars says about Sharia law, which is far closer to how the so-called Islamophobes who are the targets of CAP's invective describe Sharia than to the CAP authors' idealized version.