The first organization the international Muslim Brotherhood founded in America was the Muslim Students Association (MSA), in order to recruit young people into its fold.
This radical organization has chapters on hundreds of college campuses. As Erick Stakelbeck recently reported in his “Stakelbeck on Terror” program, the MSA has been “a virtual terror factory.”
Stakelbeck is a sought after authority on terrorism and
national security issues and is one of our featured
speakers at this year’s National Conference and
Legislative Briefing. He has extensive experience in
television, radio and print media. His new book,
The Terrorist Next Door: How the Government is
Deceiving You About the Islamist Threat, will released
in early May.
|At our conference Erick will expose how the |
government refuses to acknowledge the ideology
driving radical Islam and continues to embrace
Islamist organizations and leaders. To find out
more about the conference, or to register,
please click here.
And in this short video, you can view for yourself the MSA’s commitment to jihad as Muslim youth are led in a group pledge that includes “jihad is my spirit.”