William Federer is a nationally known speaker, author, and president of Amerisearch, Inc, a publishing company dedicated to researching America’s noble heritage. He has authored numerous books including, ‘America’s God and Country Encyclopedia of Quotations’, ‘The Original 13: History of Religion in America’s First Thirteen States’, ‘Who is the King in America?’ and ‘What Every American Needs to Know about the Quran: A History of Islam and the United States’. He is the speaker on ‘The American Minute’ daily broadcast.
This broadcast shows how September 11th has great significance to Muslims. Jim had William work through some history to prove the point:
September 11th, 1565—This date marks the first major defeat of the Muslim navy at Malta. This was the beginning of the Muslims losing control of the Mediterranean Sea.
September 11th, 1683—The Battle of Vienna. This was the beginning of the end of the Ottoman Empire and Muslim encroachment into Europe (and the discovery of coffee and the invention of the croissant!).
September 11th, 1697—The Battle of Zenta. 30,000 Turkish Ottoman Muslims were killed in this tremendous victory for Christian Europe.
September 11th, 2001—The attack on the U.S. Twin Towers and the Pentagon.
September 11th, 2012—This is the date for the formation of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), a formation of 57 Muslim nations. This organization is a type of U.N. within the United Nations. William noted how they didn’t like the U.N.’s Declaration of Human Rights so they did their Cairo Declaration which included the following: the death penalty for leaving Islam, punishing female victims of rape, allowing men to be polygamous, permitting wife beating, and censoring speech insulting Islam. In this portion of the discussion he also mentioned Hillary Clinton’s 3 day closed-door session with the OIC called the Istanbul Process. This also dealt with the criminalizing of speech insulting Islam.
These examples expose a centuries-old trend that continues today and revolves around what William described as, ‘…the basic concept of Islamic military expansion.’ It’s that if your enemy is strong, you retreat. If your enemy is weak, then attack. In other words, if the U.S. shows weakness, it encourages violence from radical Muslims.