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Break out the fried pork rinds and beer or other haraam snacks for the televised showings this weekend of the documentary Obsession: Radical Islam's War against the West.

I shouldn't make fun because the subject of the film is deadly serious, but there is something about Islam that makes me want to maximize my infidel cred by ingesting lots of anti-Mooslim food products. And alcohol. Allah hates alcohol.

In comparison, founding father Ben Franklin wrote that "Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to prosper."

The film warns of Islam's plans for a worldwide caliphate of Muslim rule and the destruction of western civilization. The idea may sound like a nutty pipe dream to some, but Osama and his pals must be very gratified by how well things are going in Eurabia by their tactics of immigration, high birth rates and terrorism. And in America, Muslim immigration is growing because no one in Washington will put a stop to it.

France is again erupting in "youth" violence in the immigrant neighborhoods, with last year's mass car-b-ques escalating to several bus torchings, in which one woman was seriously burned. In July 2005, 52 Londoners were killed in the 7/7 bombings, yet the Dhimmi Prince Charles believes that Islam could solve the world's problems with its teachings of peace.

Anyway, the film interviews knowledgeable people like Steve Emerson and Nonie Darwish (a Palestinian who turned away from Islam's hateful teaching despite being the daughter of a martyr) and also shows plenty of examples of jihadist imams exhorting the faithful to kill ... us.

How determined to kill you is radical Islam? This weekend, FOX News Channel examines the full scope of the threat to the United States, with the help of documentarian Wayne Kopping. This hour-long program exposes the stunning and explicit threats made against the West made by Islamic leaders. It features interviews with former terrorists, shocking Islamic news video never before broadcast in America, and undercover footage taken inside suicide bomber initiations and secret jihadist meetings.

The special will air Saturday night at 8 p.m. ET, and will be repeated Sunday at 1 a.m. ET, 5 a.m. ET, 4 p.m. ET and 10 p.m. ET. [Documentary Portrays Islamic Extremists' Call to Arms Against the Free World Fox News]

The official film site has a 12-minute version and the Fox link also has clips if you need a preview of coming attractions.

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