Henry Tuck, Tanya Silverman and Candace Smalley, ““Shooting in the Right Direction”: Anti-ISIS Foreign Fighters in Syria & Iraq”, The Institute for Strategic Dialogue, Horizons Series No. 1, 2016, pp. 8-9.
 The difference between the new extreme right and the traditional extreme right is the focus of the newer movement on a single issue, namely, opposition to Islam, and thus opposition to Muslims and the migration of Muslims to Europe. Ostensibly, the new movement is based in cultural, rather than racial, superiority, while the traditional extreme right seeks to replace democracy with fascist, racist regimes.
 Using the term “crusaders” for people from Western, Christian countries began with the Osama bin Laden’s declaration of “Jihad against the Jews and the Crusaders” in 1998.
 Tuck et al. pp. 36-37.