This is a fast-paced, politically incorrect tour that you will not hear about in school or on the evening news, but will give you all the information you need to understand the true nature of the global conflict America faces today.
©2005 Robert Spencer; (P)2005 Blackstone Audio Inc.
"Spencer busts myths and tells truths about jihadists that no one else will tell." (Michelle Malkin, author of In Defense of Internment)
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"An eight hour rant"
I had thought that the non-pc aspect of the title might mean that this was a rather more wide-reaching exploration of Islam and how its history and that of the Crusades impacts on the situation today. However, this is essentially an anti Islam rant with no real objective discussion.
That's not to say that I don't agree with some of the points being put across, I do, but it's done in such a one-sided and repetitive manner that I can't see the book winning any converts to its viewpoint.
The audiobook isn't helped by the fact that the reader, Jeff Riggenbach sounds like a commentator on one of those US fly-on-the-wall road cop TV shows where you feel every sentence should end with an exclamation mark.
This audiobook describes EXACTLY the Islamic ideology that the left wing do-gooders try to sweep under the carpet.
I have spent many years researching this religion, and 'The Politically Incorrect Guide To Islam' is an excellent account of a way of life that the mainstream media dare not publish.
"Listen To This Book!"
I am absolutely shocked that a book like this has been written, let alone recorded for audio download, but thank goodness it has! People need to know the truth behind Islam and what it really teaches in its scriptures, because let's face it, if we don't we will all be serving Islamic governments in the west all because we will not challenge Islam for polictical correctness sake.
The cited fact that 'Islam teaches that Muslims must wage war to impose Islamic law' is merely one possible interprtation of the term Jihad. To publicise a book on speculation, something that most academics would view as problematic, is naive. Another interpretation of Jihad is, the internal struggle; one that is deeply personal and has no violent conotations towards the external world. It is in little doubt that mainstream media would like us to believe the example used in this book, but that does not make it true.
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