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Friday, August 20, 2010

The Muslim Students Association's Terror Problem :: The Investigative Project on Terrorism#continued#continued

Try to imagine if you would... a Christian Student Association with such ties... would they continued to be allowed to have the association represented on campus????

The Muslim Students Association's Terror Problem :: The Investigative Project on Terrorism#continued#continued

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  1. 2-22-10 This article appears on the web site of The Investigative Project on Terrorism. It concerns the MSA (Muslim Students Association) which strives for respectability but, according to a 2007 report by the New York Police Department, us part of a growing trend of radicalization.
    The article lists 5 of the organizations senior menbers who have been implicated, and are serving time, in a variety of terror related conspiracies.
    Extremely interesting is the side-bar, which offers links to the "Most Popular" and "Most Mailed" articles. Listed under both catagories is an article describing "Inspire", a sophisticated magazine which contains detailed, easily comprehensible, English-language instructions for American jihadists, eliminating the need for aspiring militants to risk traveling to the Muslim world for training. "Inspire" contains such articles as "How to Make a Bomb in Your Kitchen" and "How to Send and Receive Messages by Terrorist-developed Encrypted E-mail". This publication directly from Al-Qaida advocates Islamic terrorism for English speaking consumers.
    This is more information than I ever thought I had a reason to be interested in. It's mind boggling, depressing, and upsetting. Apparently, part of waking up is seeing how much there is to see! Our enemy does not expect us to bother waking up.

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