'Silent Conquest': New Movie Documents Islamist Threat To Free Speech -And Obama's Support For It
November 7, 2012
'Silent Conquest': New Movie Documents Islamist Threat to Free Speech–and Obama's Support for It
Center for Security Policy | Nov 06, 2012
On September 25, 2012, President Obama astonished many Americans by declaring, "The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam." This is a sentiment espoused by radical Islamist groups like the Muslim Brotherhood, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, the Taliban and al Qaeda. Worse yet, his Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, revealed the lengths to which the Obama administration is prepared to go to enforce this view when she told the family of a former SEAL killed last month in Benghazi that the producer of a video she falsely claimed precipitated that attack would be "arrested and prosecuted." He was subsequently taken into custody and remains in jail.
Now, the powerful documentary SILENT CONQUEST explains why these affronts to the U.S. Constitution's guarantee of freedom of speech are not isolated incidents. Rather, they are part of an ominous pattern of Team Obama's submission to the stealthy Islamist effort to enforce in this country the supremacist doctrine known as shariah and its prohibition of any expression that "offends" Islam or its god, prophet or followers.
The film features interviews with U.S. and foreign legislators, journalists, national security and other experts and Muslim, former Muslim and non-Muslim activists including:
SILENT CONQUEST offers a frightening insight into the extent to which Europe, Canada and the United Nations have already succumbed to the restrictions of shariah blasphemy laws. Its stark warning about the Obama administration's substantial efforts to accommodate them here, as well, is a wake-up call for every American.
For more information about the film and its subject matter or to arrange interviews with the film's featured authorities, contact David Reaboi of the Center for Security Policy at 202.431.1948 and firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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