A Personal Message from Michelle Malkin
“The first step every American must make to combat the radical tide of jihad in our midst is to get a copy of The Terrorist Next Door.”
My friend and intrepid journalist Erick Stakelbeck shouldn’t have had to write his new book, The Terrorist Next Door: How the Government is Deceiving You About the Islamist Threat. But I’m glad he did.
Because Americans—lulled into the illusion of safety by Osama bin Laden’s death—need a wake-up call.
In his shocking book, The Terrorist Next Door, Erick reveals how the list of jihadist plotters within our own borders is growing. And his courageous on-the-ground investigative work in Muslim enclaves and mosques covers every corner of our country.
“Jihad doesn’t just threaten Washington, D.C., New York, and other metropolitan areas,” says Erick.
“It’s spreading across the South and the heartland. Radical Islam’s virulently anti-American, anti-Western virus has infected a swelling army of homegrown jihadist wannabes—not just the sons and daughters of Muslim refugees, but also white suburban women, ethnic gang members, and alienated geeks.”
How does Erick know all this? Because he has done the politically incorrect, invaluable reporting that the rest of the “mainstream media” can’t or won’t do.
Erick has traveled the world to interview terrorists who are plotting the establishment of a global Islamic caliphate—and who have succeeded in Islamicizing large swaths of Europe. He has investigated fifth column organizations on our soil that pledge allegiance not to our Republic, but to sharia law.
Later this year, America will mark the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
Remembrance is worthless without resolve. And resolve is useless without recognition. We can’t know our enemies, let alone defeat them, with our heads buried in the sand.
The first step every American must make to combat the radical tide of jihad in our midst is to get angry, get active, get informed—and get a copy of The Terrorist Next Door today.”