“Armenian Golgatha” by Grigoris Balakian
– an incredible firsthand account of the genocide of 1.5 million Armenians in 1915-1918.
“The Truth About Mohammad” by Robert Spencer
The Explanatory Memorandum – Highlighted Copy
In August of 2004, an alert Maryland Transportation Authority Police officer observed a woman wearing traditional Islamic garb videotaping the support structures of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, and conducted a traffic stop. The driver was Ismail Elbarasse and detained on an outstanding material witness warrant issued in Chicago in connection with fundraising for Hamas. The FBI’s Washington Field Office subsequently executed a search warrant on Elbarasse’s residence in Annandale, Virginia. In the basement of his home, a hidden sub-basement was found; it revealed over 80 banker boxes of the archives of the Muslim Brotherhood in North America.
One of the most important of these documents made public to date was entered into evidence during the Holy Land Foundation trial. It amounted to the Muslim Brotherhood’s strategic plan for the United States and was entitled, “An Explanatory Memorandum: On the General Strategic Goal for the Group in North America.” The Explanatory Memorandum was written in 1991 by a member of the Board of Directors for the Muslim Brotherhood in North America and senior Hamas leader named Mohammed Akram. It had been approved by the Brotherhood’s Shura Council and Organizational Conference and was meant for internal review by the Brothers’ leadership in Egypt.
It was certainly not intended for public consumption, particularly in the targeted society: the United States. For these reasons, the memo constitutes a Rosetta stone for the Muslim Brotherhood, its goals, modus operandi and infrastructure in America. It is arguably the single most important vehicle for understanding a secretive organization and should, therefore, be considered required reading for policy-makers and the public, alike.
HRC22L.40 United Nations Resolution – New parts highlighted
This document was voted on March 23, 2013. It is the latest version of the 16/18 Resolution. The highlighted sections of text are the parts that were ADDED to the version 16/18. You can see there is a progression towards limiting freedom of speech against a religion, and in the case at hand, the specific religion is Islam. The OIC, through the U.N. Resolutions, are attempting to make it “hate speech” to say anything negative against Islam, even if it’s true.