Family Security Matters is a conservative news source sponsored by Frank Gaffney’s Center for Security Policy. The site regularly carries Islamophobic articles. Family Security Matters is part of the outer core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.
In “The Fraudulent Frankenstein of Islam” Edward Cline asserts, “[Islam] is a totalitarian horror patched together by successive generations of cackling, malevolent mystics and haters of life stretching back twelve centuries."
Contributing Editor Paul l. Williams has used the site to advance the conspiracy theory that Muslims will take over the United States reproductively. In piece titled, “America’s future belongs to Islam,” published February 6, 2013, Williams argues that “all demographers” maintain that “Islam by 2050 will emerge as the nation's dominant religion.”
During a speech at Stop the Islamization of Nations’ 2012 International Freedom of Speech Congress Ramelah defended Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller saying “a lot of America (is) calling us bigot(ed) and Islamophobic, no, we (are) saying the truth and the truth hurt(s).” When speaking about the September 11th attacks he said “they are not terrorists, they are jihad. They are for the Quran.” Ramelah is a board member of Stop the Islamization of Nations, of which he says “I believe this… global organization will be the first organization to counter Islam in… every country in the world and we will win.