Some organizations also express a hope that one day Muslims will take over in the United States. The International Institute of Islamic Thought in Herndon, Virginia, aims for nothing less than "the Islamization of the humanities and the social sciences." Just one month after the Sept. 11 atrocities, a delegate at the American Muslim Alliance convention, held in San Jose, announced: "By the year 2020, we should have an American Muslim president of the United States." While there is no reason to suppose that the aspiration to replace the Constitution with Islamic law will succeed, the fact that this represents a not insignificant body of opinion has major implications. It means that the existing order - religious freedom, secularism, women's rights - can no longer be taken for granted. It now needs to be fought for.