The Day of Islam: The Annihilation of America and the Western World

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In two previous books, Osama's Revenge and The Al Qaeda Connection, this seasoned investigative reporter revealed the alarming potential for nuclear terrorism on U.S. soil and the sinister connections among organized crime, illegal immigrants, and al Qaeda. Now, he broadens his focus beyond al Qaeda to provide readers with newly uncovered information on terrorist activities in Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, other Muslim countries - and our neighbor Canada! What emerges is a harrowing picture of international terrorist ...
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Overview

In two previous books, Osama's Revenge and The Al Qaeda Connection, this seasoned investigative reporter revealed the alarming potential for nuclear terrorism on U.S. soil and the sinister connections among organized crime, illegal immigrants, and al Qaeda. Now, he broadens his focus beyond al Qaeda to provide readers with newly uncovered information on terrorist activities in Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, other Muslim countries - and our neighbor Canada! What emerges is a harrowing picture of international terrorist activities, all aimed at the destruction of the United States and the collapse of the Western world. This cataclysm will usher in "the Day of Islam," the dream of radical Muslims to see all of humankind fall in submission before the throne of Allah. Sure to be controversial, this shocking exposé sends a wake-up to Americans lulled into a false sense of security in the post-9/11 era.
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"Does al Qaeda presently have access to nuclear weapons? Does it have specific plans to use these weapons to attack the United States? These are the kinds of questions investigative reporter Williams addresses. [This book] focuses specifically on new evidence suggesting that al Qaeda has nuclear weapons and intends to use them against the United States in the near future. Williams argues that countries such as Canada, which have been open and accepting of Muslims, actually provide a setting in which radical Islamic groups can flourish. This interesting work offers a lot of information not found in other resources.... Recommended for public and academic libraries."
- Library Journal

"Islamic Jihadists have replaced the Soviets in the American nightmare of nuclear annihilation, and journalist/author Williams is back to report that such a scenario is closer at hand than one (or one's government) might think....absorbing...A noteworthy guide to the workings of Islamic terrorism."
- Publishers Weekly

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781591025085
  • Publisher: Prometheus Books
  • Publication date: 4/28/2007
  • Pages: 300
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Paul L. Williams is a journalist and the author of The Day of Islam, Osama's Revenge, The Al Qaeda Connection, and The Vatican Exposed, among other books. The winner of three first-place Keystone Press Awards for journalism, he has written articles for such news outlets as Newsmax, World Net Daily, Family Security Matters, and the National Review. He has also served as a consultant for the FBI, editor and publisher of the Metro (Scranton, PA), and adjunct professor of humanities at the University of Scranton.
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Table of Contents


Acknowledgments     11
Prologue: The Nuclear Solution   Abu Shihab el-Kandahari     13
The Forgotten Testimony     15
The Dawn of Doomsday     33
From Russia, with Lithium     51
The Chechen Connection     63
Osama's Nuclear Babies     75
Eight Nightmares     93
The Mad Scientist     105
King Khan     117
Hezbollah and al Qaeda Marry in South America     131
The Cancer Spreads     145
The Search for Adnan el-Shukrijumah     159
O Canada! Haven of Islamic Terror!     171
Canadian Campfire: A Couple of Scary Tales     187
Welcome to Islamberg     199
Epilogue: The Day of Islam     207
The Nuclear Fatwa     213
Examples of Terrorism Convictions Since September 11, 2001     225
Notes     233
Index     267
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2007

    A Must Read for all Americans!

    Paul Williams¿ best book. He shines a light onto the facts ignored, obscured, hidden, and even suppressed by our government and the news media¿facts that prevent Americans from accurately assessing the dangers of the gathering Islamic storm. This in not a political book. Not a Conservative vs. Liberal, Republican vs. Democrat, or Secular Progressive vs. Christian. It is a book about American¿s vs. propagandists. The reader meets Jamal Ahmed al-Fadl, the forgotten informer who¿s critical information ¿got lost ¿ was not included in the 9/11 Report. Then there are the Chechen terrorists, and their role in obtaining Soviet nuclear weapons. And, the Drug Trade¿s connection to Islamic terrorists, including Central and South America. Russian General Lebed¿s warning about undocumented, missing special atomic demolition munitions (suitcase nukes)¿a warning poo-pooped by the medial and many ¿experts.¿ I know the U.S. had SADMs. I helped fit the prototype PAL (prescribed action link) to the Davie Crocket version of the warhead. This is just the tip of the iceberg of information contained in William¿s book. Several pages of William¿s book are devoted to debunking Richard Miniter¿s book, Disinformation: 22 Media Myths That Undermine the War on Terror. I have read several of Miniter¿s articles, and found them beyond uninformed to the point of presenting disinformation. Williams refers to a Miniter Sunday Times article (page 78) that says the notion of a small nuclear device that can be set off by a single person has been ¿authoritatively dismissed¿ by all authorities on the subject. Beware of any person that uses terms like ¿all authorities¿ or ¿everyone knows.¿ For Mr. Miniter¿s information, SADMs were designed to be set off by one man (people get wounded or killed on covert operations). Set the timer and leave as quickly as you can. Thank you, Mr. Williams, for setting the record straight on Mr. Miniter¿s disinformation. We hear of the dangers of infiltration across the Mexican border, but what about Canada? Williams presents details and scary tales about Canada, a haven of Islamic terrorists. Williams identifies gun-type nuclear weapons as the type terrorists can make, if, or when, they obtain sufficient quantities of highly enriched uranium. The type of weapon terrorists use in my novel, The Rings of Allah, probably the most accurate description of this type of weapon available. This is a must read book for all Americans who wish to remain free Americans. Its message is applicable to all Western countries. I recommend having a supply of anti- acid tablets on hand, for the facts presented will give you indigestion.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2007

    Scariest Book of the Year

    This book should be mandary reading for all federal legislators and security officials. It outlines in graphic deal the plans of al Qaeda to launch the next 9/11 - - a 'nuclear hellstorm,' throughout the country. The book is impeccably documented, very easy to read, and downright gripping.

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