Nearly three years after 9/11, the war on terror is far from over. In fact, aleading terrorism expert argues that despite the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the efforts of the Department of Homeland Security, we're not really any safer at all.
Harvey Kushner, a respected adviser to the FBI, the FAA, the INS, and other government agencies, offers frightening new evidence of a unified Islamic terrorist network that is operating inside the United States and planning new opportunities to strike.
Kushner identifies and assesses the violent plans of these Islamic organizations and individuals who take advantage of our reluctance to engage in ethnic profiling. He supports his claims with never-before-seen documents from top-level government sources, exposing a secret network of Arab intelligence agencies, terrorists, university professors, corrupt imams and other religious leaders, and violent criminals.
Some members of this network are recent immigrants; others have been American citizens for years. Some are laundering money from abroad through seemingly innocuous charities and mosques. Some have even infiltrated our military as Arabic translators and Muslim chaplains.
Finding and stopping these conspiracies will require drastic changes in the way Americans think about terrorism. Kushner's proposals will spark a lively but essential debate about homeland security, civil liberties, immigration, law enforcement, and our nation's most basic values and ideals.
Author Biography: Harvey Kushner is an internationally recognized authority on terrorism prevention and has been a consultant to the FBI, FAA, INS, and U.S. Customs Service. He appears regularly on Fox News Channel, CNN, and MSNBC and is routinely quoted by major national publications. He wrote the expert's report in the civil litigation investigating the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.
Bart Davis is the author of eleven books and has written and coproduced two feature films. A member of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers, he has worked with every branch of the armed services during his career.