Brigitte Gabriel, founder and president of ACT! for America, an organization promoting the idea that Islam is a backward and seditious political ideology, has issued an appeal to supporters to enlist their help to confront changes taking place in law enforcement training programs across the nation.
Addressing recent controversies regarding the use of anti-Muslim materials in counterterrorism training courses, Muslim-American civil rights organizations have demanded that training materials be reviewed and expunged of offending content.
To counter what Gabriel terms as “political correctness,” ACT! for America has launched “The Thin Blue Line Project,” a project that will oversee the creation of a website designed by and for law enforcement professionals. According to Gabriel, this project and website will easily provide the resources and information law enforcement officials need in order to combat the doctrine of jihad, Islamic terrorism, and organizations affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood in America.
“Those on the Thin Blue Line need to understand the ideology driving the terrorism. They need to be able to connect the dots between what these jihadists believe…They need to understand the ‘threat doctrine’,” Gabriel says in her appeal for support.
To make this project a reality, ACT! for America is calling on concerned members, known as “Patriot Partners,” to donate $11 per month to make “The Thin Blue Line Project” possible.
In her writings and public appearances, Gabriel often portrays Islam as a threat. For example, in her book They Must Be Stopped; Why We Must Defeat Radical Islam and How We Can Do It, Gabriel wrote, “It is not yet politically correct to talk about a religious war. But this is exactly what we are facing: a religious war declared by devout Muslims….It’s not radical Islam. It’s what Islam is at its core.”
Earlier this year, in a New Year’s message to ACT! members, Gabriel asked supporters to come together and support the “Patriot Partner Campaign,” a campaign designed to introduce additional anti-Shariah bills in U.S. states throughout the 2012 legislative session. In a message promoting the campaign, Gabriel said, “We are facing an enemy in radical Islam that’s using our laws, our open-mindedness, and our tolerance against us.”