"The Jihad Playbook Unmasked" Author/Former Middle East Reporter Says Recent Supreme Court Ruling Sheds Light On An Old Trick By Terror Groups

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  • Baltimore, MD (1888PressRelease) June 25, 2010 - This week the Supreme Court upheld a law that bars Americans from providing support to foreign terrorist groups, rejecting arguments that it violated constitutional rights of free speech and association.

    The law bars knowingly providing any service, training, expert advice or assistance to any foreign organization designated by the U.S. State Department as terrorist. The justices voted, 6-3, to reverse a ruling by a U.S. appeals court that declared parts of the law unconstitutionally vague.

    The law carries a penalty of up to 15 years in prison, and does not require any proof the defendant intended to further any act of terrorism or violence by the foreign group.

    "To aid the enemy in time of war is treason. It's clear that the Supreme Court understands the concept," says G. Scott McGregor, a former international correspondent of Middle East Television (METV) and the Author of "Eyewitness To Evil."

    "One of the oldest tricks in the jihad playbook is to lie about their real intent and to use innocent civilians as shields and accomplices," McGregor says.

    Several years ago a unique reporting opportunity in the Middle East brought McGregor face to face with jihadists in training. His recently published book, "Eyewitness To Evil," asserts that radical Islam launched a battle plan to disable the United States more than twenty years ago as part of a 1400 year- old strategy for world domination.

    "America isn't making Islamic terrorists," says McGregor. "That's our enemy's way to reverse the blame of the war. The truth is that Islamic jihadists beat our immigration system two decades ago and now live undercover in our society. So today, our enemy uses religious centers and even some universities in America to recruit...and we let them do it!"

    McGregor recently discussed his perspective as a guest on the national radio program, "On With Leon," on XM/Sirius Satellite Radio, Channel 169.

    G. Scott McGregor's book, "Eyewitness To Evil," is chock full of interviews and has more than a decade of meticulous research garnered during his extensive travel and reporting in the Middle East. He is a sought after speaker on The War on Terror and has appeared as a guest on several national media outlets.

    To schedule G. Scott McGregor for an interview, contact Tandi Wilder at She Got Game Media - 914-572-3671.

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