A Month of Islam in America: March 2019

Democrats deleted monthly Terror Threat Snapshot, so read and share Creeping Sharia's monthly report for March, 2019 to understand the growing threat of Islam in America.

San Francisco: Judge frees Muslim terror suspect who had one-way ticket, talked of killing U.S. soldiers

Shafi reportedly said, 'I really wanted to kill some...like supporting America or-or American soldiers or something.'

North Carolina: Jordanian Muslim who tried to access Fort Bragg special ops facility faces 7 charges, deportation

Nouran Ahmad Shiba Sueidan repeatedly made comments about needing to enter the installation and “take a tour of the special operations facility.”

Daughter of American killed by Taliban with John Walker Lindh calls his early release ‘a slap in the face’

'Our family is serving a life sentence. John Walker Lindh is 38, an age my father never got to live to. Why are we giving him any extra years of freedom?'

American Taliban terrorist, John Walker Lindh, to be released in May, hasn’t denounced Islam or jihad

Lindh “told a television news producer that he would continue to spread violent extremist Islam upon his release.”

Social media messages of CAIR’s ISIS jihadi client who wants to return to Alabama

On Twitter, Hoda Muthana scolded Muslims in the U.S. for failing to enlist in the ranks of jihad in Syria

A Month of Islam in America: February 2019

Democrats removed the monthly report on terror, so read and share Creeping Sharia's monthly report for February, 2019 to understand the growing threat of Islam in America.

Former U.S. Air Force and Counterintelligence Agent Converted to Islam, Gave Classified Info to Iran

Monica Elfriede Witt, aka Fatemah Zahra, converted to Islam then betrayed her colleagues and America.

Taliban team negotiating with U.S. includes 5 jihadis released from Gitmo by Obama

The five Taliban were released in 2014 during the administration of President Barack Hussein Obama.

A Month of Islam in America: January 2019

Please read and share this recap of the month of January, 2019 and the growing threat of Islam in America.

The Islamization of America, 2018 Year in Review: Part 2 (Jul – Dec)

The Year in Review: Arrests, indictments, jihad attacks, legal jihad, Islamic infiltration in public schools, refugee and immigration fraud, and many examples of how sharia was imposed on Americans in 2018.

Creeping Sharia’s Islam in America, 2018: Part 1 (Jan – Jun)

The Year in Review: Arrests, indictments, jihad attacks, legal jihad, Islamic infiltration in public schools, refugee and immigration fraud, and many examples of how sharia was imposed on Americans in 2018.

U.S. military releases American-born Muslim ISIS fighter in Bahrain; passport canceled but U.S. citizenship in tact

When Abdulrahman Ahmad Alsheikh was captured by Kurdish forces in Syria, he identified himself as an American citizen and as ISIS.

Airstrike kills Muslim terrorist behind USS Cole bombing that killed 17 American sailors

U.S. CENTCOM has confirmed that Muslim terrorist behind the 2000 jihad attack on the USS Cole was killed in a US airstrike in Yemen.

A Month of Islam in America: December 2018

Please read and share this recap of the month of December and the growing threat of Islam in America.

Hawaii: U.S. Soldier Who Converted to Islam Gets 25 Years for Attempting to Provide Material Support to ISIS

Kang spoke approvingly and in detail about...attacking large public gatherings, such as the Honolulu Christmas Parade, and a parade at Schofield Barracks.

California: U.S. Air Force Grants Beard Waiver to Muslim Airman

In 2017, the Army streamlined the process for Muslims and Sikhs to obtain a waiver to wear beards and turbans...

On the 243rd birthday of the USMC, recall Marines began defending Americans from Muslim terrorists in 1805

In 1805, when Muslim pirates had been raiding American merchant ships off the Barbary Coast, President Thomas Jefferson sent in an expeditionary force of Marines to fight back.

Arizona: Syrian Muslim gets life sentence for making bomb parts used against U.S. soldiers

The trial was held in Phoenix because authorities say Alahmedalabdaloklah got components for a wireless initiation system used in the IEDs from a company based in Arizona.

USMC General: Complacency in fight against radical Islam threatens U.S.

As of right now, the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces have around 700 detainees from 40 different countries.