Uploaded by iDoctorIL on 8 Oct 2011
[This video is one hour, eleven minutes long]
Critics and scoffers always have something to deride the facts, but never present an alternate accounting of those facts. I understand that people use fear to manipulate others, but past all that we still need to solve the problems when the wolf DOES show up. As if that never happened? This is exactly what scoffers said in the 1930s about Stalin and Hitler. They did show up.
The Third Jihad: Radical Islam's Vision For America is a controversial documentary film made by Wayne Kopping on the subject of radical Islam in present day United States.
The MD featured in the film conveys his own personality, what you see is what you get. This film might be the most important for educating liberals who are unaware that there really are cultures that are not compatible with Western liberal democracy. The point of the film is that Islam itself is not "truly" the way the jihadis portray it.
Whether he is correct or not about the history of Islam, the crucial point is that we have consensus that Jihad is a problem. People like Chomsky and Normand Finkelstein can flirt with murderers all they want to, but the rest of the body politic needs to pay attention to the facts before they cast their votes on the advise of such blind propagandists.
It's ironic that the 2 biggest problems in Western liberalism also happen to be eligible for aliyah, and the biggest victim of their misguided activism is Israel, with the United States suffering less only due to her power and physical barrier from the heart of Jihadi global spheres of influence.
Raphael Shore, producer of Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the West, and founder of the Clarion Fund is the producer of The Third Jihad. The film was directed and edited by Wayne Kopping, who was also the Director, Editor, and Co-Writer of Obsession. Co-Directing and Co-Producing the film was Erik Werth, an Emmy-nominated television producer at Dateline NBC and former advisor to senior government officials.
The overriding theme of the film is the issue of homegrown jihad and its threat to national security. 72 minutes long, the film explores the alleged existence of an ongoing 'Cultural Jihad' in America.
Persons interviewed in the film include: former Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Director of the American Center for Democracy Rachel Ehrenfeld, founder and president of the Alliance of Iranian Women Manda Zand Ervin, former Jammaa Islameia terrorist Dr. Tawfik Hamid, British columnist and author Melanie Phillips, Cleveland E. Dodge Professor Emeritus of Near Easter Studies at Princeton University Bernard Lewis, former CIA operative Wayne Simmons, Police Commissioner of New York City Raymond Kelly, founder of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy (AIFD) Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser, Senior Fellow at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies Walid Phares, head of Masjid Al Islam mosque in Washington, DC Imam Abdul Alim Musa, Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman, former CIA Intelligence Expert Clare Lopez, FBI Assistant Director for Public Affairs John Miller (journalist) , President of the National Ten Point Leadership Foundation Rev. Eugene Rivers, journalist and author Mark Steyn, and former CIA Director during the Clinton Administration Jim Woolsey.