Center for the Study of Political Islam International

Facts and Critical Thought Are the Light of our Civilization


Why do we exist?

Our civilization is under constant attack. For the last 1400 years, the politics of Islam have been changing non-Islamic civilizations into an Islamic one. If we want to keep our cultures from being destroyed, we must protect them through education about the politics of Islam.


How do we work?

We educate all levels of society about the politics of Islam through an international network of localized volunteer teams and branches. We use the Islamic foundational texts, fact-based reasoning and critical thinking.


What is our goal?

We want everyone to understand the danger of Islamic political world domination. We want to encourage people to be active in educating others about the politics of Islam. This knowledge will prevent future violence and war.

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Bill Warner


The personal blog for Dr. Bill Warner, President of CSPII.


is a volunteer-based, non-profit educational organization that translates and publishes books by Dr. Bill Warner, provides training and lectures, does research, and offers the ability to connect with like-minded people worldwide who want to be active.

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CSPII in media

I respect the Koran of religious commandments - but it doesn't interest me. I'm not a Muslim. I am a Kafir and I am interested in what is written about me in the Koran or the trilogy and why "I" play such a big role there! Isn't that reasonable?

Dr. Bill Warner

in Junge Freiheit (Germany)

The biggest mistake people make is that they consider Islam a religion. However, it is a pure civilizational doctrine based on principles totally different to those of Western civilization.

Milan Podlipny

in MF Dnes (Czech Republic)

Sharia is based on the Koran and Mohammed's life, therefore what some believe to be a religious system is actually a complete system of civilization. We can state that some of the elements of this system are political as we, non-Muslims, are affected by them.

Nikoletta Incze

in Kossuth Rádió (Hungary)