by Gabriel, Brigitte,

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Issuing a bold wake-up call to America, New York Times best-selling author Brigitte Gabriel reveals the people, organizations, and forces at work to dismantle our Judeo-Christian values and freedoms, destabilize and threaten our national security, and radically redefine our very way of life.

Rise will empower you by: Providing a plan for preserving your values and freedoms before it's too late Educating you on how to identify behaviors and ideas that could threaten the local community and ultimately national security Motivating you to unite with other patriots who wish to preserve our endangered Judeo-Christian values and freedoms Helping you understand what you can do to fight the forces that aim to undermine our nation This book is critical to your family and your personal freedom. Will you sit back and watch the greatest country our world has ever known slowly fade away? Or will you rise?
Our nation divided
The cost of terror
The myth and irrelevance of the peaceful majority
Weaponizing the Internet
Replacement civilization
Transformation through immigration
Terror at the gates
Targeting the innocent
Lamestream media
Cair and the terrorist front-scheme
The leftist-Islamist coalition
The business of fake hate
The death of free speech
Operation indoctrination
Activism for our nation.

Published Reviews
Publisher's Weekly Review: "Gabriel, founder of the conservative group American Congress for Truth and frequent guest on Fox News, makes a vociferous defense of the superiority of Western culture in this execrable book. In her thesis, she laments the United States' current multicultural environment, specifically the acceptance of Muslim immigrants. Using questionably sourced information, she attempts to make a case that Muslim Americans are a danger to the country. She discusses her childhood in Lebanon, where she fled from war and violence, before bizarrely disavowing the notion that America is a nation of immigrants; in her view, the true test of American identity is a respect for laws. She asks immigrants to leave behind their cultures, languages, and faiths in order to assimilate into what she terms a Judeo-Christian environment. Leaning hard on various fear-based opinions-including her anxiety about online terrorist recruitment networks, disdain for the overbearing political correctness of the left, and characterizations of the Southern Poverty Law Center (which has classified Gabriel's American Congress for Truth organization as an anti-Muslim hate group) and Black Lives Matter as terrorist organizations-Gabriel repeatedly warns against the destruction of "Western civilization." This manipulative work comes across as a dangerous call to arms against marginalized immigrant and refugee groups within America. (Sept.) © Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved."

Additional Information
Subjects Christianity -- Influence.
Christianity and culture -- United States.
United States -- Social conditions -- 21st century.
United States -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
United States -- Forecasting.
Publisher Lake Mary, Florida :[2018]
Language English
Description xix, 250 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 196-243) and index.
ISBN 9781629995472
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