This book clearly explains and discusses the actual doctrine of immigration, Al-Hijra, and explains exactly what drives Islamic conquest and how conquest is achieved and how it’s been achieved throughout the centuries using examples in history.
It explains how abrogation is used to define tactics in different geographical areas and how it is dependent upon the kinds of inroads Islam has already made, including demographics, etc.
Far from violence (terrorism, honor killings) being the activities of the ‘extremists’, these go hand in hand with immigration, and the Muslims sent to foreign lands are under various religious obligations when they do so. For example, now that we’re seeing more and more cases of Muslims refusing to handle alcohol or pork in the workplace, or insisting on segregation of the sexes in swimming pools etc., this begs the question, how come they did so in the past without complaint?
This is explained with the theological principle of ‘darura‘ or necessity, and furthermore, far from showing moderate behavior, betray a Muslim’s motives in employing Islamic techniques for the ultimate aim of bringing about Shari’ah (Islamic law).
As more and more of the faithful gain strength in numbers, their singular voice becomes more and more powerful, thus more difficult to ignore. This is not only applied in the work place, but in politics, economics and all other areas of life.
Other concepts related to immigration are things such as ‘tay’seer‘ (facilitation); I’dad (preparation, which is where the multiple births is important) ‘tamkeen‘ (empowerment, which includes the building of mosques) and so on.
Modern Day Trojan Horse: The Islamic Doctrine of Immigration, Accepting Freedom or Imposing Islam? is around 139 pages. It explicitly covers in detail the reoccurring immigration process–Islamization–slowly creeping throughout the world.
Sam Solomon and E. Al Maqdisi explain in detail how immigration imitates and emulates the life of Muhammad and is meant to spread and strengthen Islam for achieving a worldwide caliphate.