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The Team B II Report, Shariah: The Threat to America, is based on authoritative
sources on shariah, or Islamic law. A special emphasis was placed on finding sources
written by Muslims for fellow Muslims. As most of the world’s Muslims do not speak or
read classical Arabic, a great deal of effort has been made to faithfully translate the
canonical texts of shariah to make them accessible to English-speaking Muslims.
Most of the classic texts can be purchased online at Amazon.com
or at local mosque bookstores in the United States.
These sources include:
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- Al-Nabhani, Taqiuddin, Structure of a Party, (London: Al-Khalifah Publications, 200)
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Additional articles by the following authorities:
- Alhomayed, Tariq, “The Political Activist Yusuf al-Al-Qaradawi,” Asharq Alawsat (the London-based daily), January 21, 2010, accessed June 12, 2010.
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