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AUTHOR CHUCK MORSE SAYS TIMES SQUARE BOMB ATTEMPT ENTIRELY FORESEEABLE, REPEAT EFFORT ALMOST CERTAIN

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AUTHOR CHUCK MORSE SAYS TIMES SQUARE BOMB ATTEMPT ENTIRELY FORESEEABLE, REPEAT  EFFORT ALMOST CERTAIN
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BOSTON (May 5, 2010)— Chuck Morse, the author of the new book ‘“The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism” published by World Net Daily Books says that the recent attempt to bomb Times Square in New York City was entirely predictable and almost certainly another attempt will be made by an Islamic extremist to inflict mass casualties on innocent people in a populated American city. This is made all the more more likely, Morse said, since Congress struck down the exclusion clause in the Immigration and Nationality Act in 1990 which opened the floodgates to foreign terrorists. While this amendment to US Code was mostly remedied by the USA Patriot Act of 2001, nevertheless terror cells remain inside the US waiting for their marching orders. 
Faisal Shahzad, a Pakistani-born American citizen, has admitted to driving a bomb-laden car into Times Square and trying to detonate the bomb.  He has also admitted receiving demolitions training in a known Taliban and al Qaeda stronghold in Pakistan. Morse argues that U.S. Code, which states that citizenship can be revoked if a citizen is determined to be"Serving in the armed forces of a nation at war with the U.S.," applies to Shahzad who has admitted to activly waging war against the U.S.

Morse' new book details the historic connection between Nazi Germany and the development of radical Islam, contending that this connection continues to impact events in the Middle East and to drive Muslim extremists to engage in terror attacks such as the attempted Times Square bombing.

“Unlike Europe, the Middle East was never de-Nazified" Morse contends.  Leaders in the Middle East were never held responsible for their involvement in the war on the side of Nazi Germany, and Arabs have never come to terms with choices made by their founding fathers in modeling their states and their national policies after Nazi Germany. After the defeat of the Nazis in 1945, many Arab governments and terrorists recieved support and funding from the Soviet Union which picked up the slack.

“Germans today naturally recoil from any behavior that recalls Nazism, but Arabs have no such response to the tyranny, nihilism and murderous policies pursued by their leaders.”

Morse says the well meaning but misguided peace efforts of the Obama Administration have the effect of convincing extremist Muslim leaders that America is weak and vulnerable to terror attacks.

“The Fort Hood shootings, the Christmas Day bombing attempt and now the Times Square bombing attempt show Muslim extremists have not been convinced by Obama’s importuning to ‘open their fists and shake hands.’  Rather, evidence suggests that terrorists see an opening for more attacks.  When we’re lucky we capture the perpetrators before the attack occurs but there are no consequences for the radicals who inspire and perhaps even direct these attacks.

“Americans would never have considered diplomacy or apology or appeasement in response to Nazi Germany and yet this is the Obama Administration’s preferred method of engaging Hitler’s heirs in the Middle East. "The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism" follows the history of appeasement to terrorism by well meaning western leaders often at the expense of moderate Muslims.

“The consequences of the September 11th attack were the defeat of the Taliban and of the Saddam Hussein government.  This surely helped dissuade terrorist leaders from conducting or encouraging more attacks on American soil while President Bush was in office.  While The Obama administration should be congradulated for carrying on the farsighted Bush policies in Iraq and Afghanistan, nevertheless the administration policy toward Israel and their  response to terrorism generally has been to caution Americans from rushing to judgment or to decry profiling.  It’s hard to imagine this lessening the likelihood of more attacks against American citizens.”
Morse’s new book shows how the Nazi strain of terrorism infected Arab politics in the 20th century and continues to guide radical Islam and to expand into all sectors of Arab and Islamic society in the 21st century. Morse’s book provides a comprehensive look at World War II events involving the Middle East including the emergence of the Arab leader Amin al-Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem as a key Nazi collaborator intent on destroying Israel in its fledgling stages.

Chuck Morse is an accomplished author of several books dealing with issues affecting Israel. He is a renowned radio talk show host where he co-hosts “The Fairness Doctrine” along with Dr. Patrick O’Heffernan in his home region of New England and was a candidate for US Congress in the 4th District of Massachusetts in 2004.
To interview Chuck Morse, please contact Ben Kilgore or Jess Segovia at (781) 698-9454 
About the Author
Chuck Morse is an accomplished author of several books dealing with issues affecting Israel. He is a renowned radio talk show host where he co-hosts “The Fairness Doctrine” along with Dr. Patrick O’Heffernan in his home region of New England and was a candidate for US Congress in the 4th District of Massachusetts in 2004. An author and syndicated columnist, he’s authored several titles and his writings have been published into several compilations, including:
·         The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism
·         Thunder Out of Boston
                           Barney Frank and the Law of Unintended Consequences
·                        A Chance to Serve

Publisher: WND Books
Price: $15.95 Hardcover
ISBN-13: 
978-1-935071-03-7

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