In 1993, Harvard Professor of
Political Science Samuel P. Huntington published an article in Foreign
Affairs, based on his 1992 lecture at the American Enterprise Institute,
entitled “A Clash of Civilizations.” In 1996, he published his expanded
thesis in a bestselling book, The Clash of Civilizations and the
Remaking of World Order. Unfortunately, the political classes in the
United States and Europe paid little attention to his work and thesis.
The need for cheap oil, the lust for cheap-labor profits, and the
emerging dominance of multiculturalist philosophies and rabid forms of
diversity-engineering and political correctness blinded Europe and
America to the true nature of Islam that had been much better understood
by previous generations of cultural and political leadership.
Islam can only be defined by its sacred doctrinal
standards—the Koran and the Hadiths (traditions) and Sira (life example)
of Muhammad—and measured by its true history. It cannot be redefined
according to political correctness standards and whitewashed history no
matter how much liberal academic and media blather and Muslim
Brotherhood bribery attempt to portray Islam as a religion of peace and
tolerance. It is basically an aggressive totalitarian ideology wrapped
around a core mixture of religious borrowings expediently amended by
Muhammad and including a number of heretical Jewish and Christian tales.