- Paperback: 384 pages
- Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson (1 Feb. 2005)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1611473144
- ISBN-13: 978-1611473148
- Product Dimensions: 15.8 x 2.2 x 23.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 580,359 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Eurabia: The Euro-Arab Axis Paperback – 1 Feb 2005
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About the Author
Bat Ye'or is author of several books including The Jews of Egypt (French/1971; Hebrew/1974) and Le Dhimmi (1980). All of her books are regularly reprinted.
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The leader of this compromise with Islam is France. Thanks to her, the E.U. is now hell bent on denying its Christian heritage pretending it owes as much to Islam as Christianity for the origins of European culture. She even manages to develop some vocabulary of her own and I do think the word Islamikaze deserves wide circulation, though it will not get it because we live in Eurabia. The cartoon controversy came after this book was published but the refusal to publish and offend Muslims is a prime example of the dhimmitude she portrays.
A detailed history of France and the E.U.'s alignment with the Arab world is given. Muslim minorities in Europe res not to be assimilated. Their demands are met in the name of multi-culturalism but it is really dhimmitude.Read more ›
Particular emphasis being placed on what is described in this work as the "subversion" of the European Union towards what is cited herein as the "Islamization" of the continent.
Attention being drawn to the EU's perceived "need" of the Arab bloc of nations in order that the EU can "establish itself as a strategic rival to America".
The reader is presented with a succession of international agreements revealing an inferred European agreement to support the Arab/Islamic world's political aims - particularly its alleged anti-Israel stance - in exchange for "favoured" treatment in Arab/Islamic world markets.
The book discusses how the EU has allegedly made Israel the "cornerstone" of it's relations with the Arab world and the US.
Indeed, whilst a plethora of related subjects are dealt with, perhaps the core issues dealt with revolve around policies, attitudes, politics & even religion, pertaining to the Arab/Palestinian - Israeli issue.
Many questions are asked from the outset, that investigate such issues as the decision of the European Union to propose a constitution that renounces and denies it's Judeo-Christian roots.
Undoubtedly numerous readers will disagree with the views of the writer and find many of these issues to be extremely contentious indeed. However, to each question asked, an analysis is provided, with due reference to evidence which demands a verdict in itself.
Despite it's controversial nature, this is an absolute "must read".
Open this book on almost any page, and the way Ye'or ties history together will make you understand different historical events with a revelatory clarity.
Eurabia deals with France's desire, in being left out of the agreements between Britain, America and Russia post WWII, to create a separate empire consisting mostly of former Islamic French colonies in order to challenge America economically. This later turned into the Euro-Arab dialogue and now encompasses all major European countries.
But far from being a cultural exchange in order to better relations with the Middle East, it has become just a lobby for Arab Islamist countries to forward their covert jihad agenda (as fully revealed in Koranic texts), the centre piece of this manipulation of public opinion is conveying Islam as victims of the "demonic" America and Israel.
It is quite obvious that both parties of the Euro-Arab dialogue are using each other to their own ends, and the European politicians ignorant of history and with a disregard of antisemitism, allowing a devastating fate to befall on us all.
Reading Eurabia right after Dore Gold's "...Read more ›
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As usually, like the other books of Islam expert Bat Ye`Or.
Europe have to wake up. This is not a possible or an imaginable threat. Read more
"Eurabia: The Euro-Arab Axis" is a book by controversial writer Bat Ye'or, an Egyptian-born British national of Jewish descent. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Ashtar Command
This is a groundbreaking work whose importance cannot be overstated. It accurately describes the systematic transformation of Europe into a dependency of the Arab/Muslim... Read morePublished on 26 Oct. 2012 by Anne
Ye'or's thesis is that an oganization, known as the Euro-Arab Dialogue -first set up by the EU in the early 70's- has become an engine of Islamic and sometimes even Islamist... Read morePublished on 29 April 2012 by Simon
Here is a good analysis of the the movie 300. Batty Yor wrote Eurabia in the1970's, and today many believe that Europe is indeed turning into Eurabia. Read morePublished on 30 April 2011 by Moises Halifax
Eurabia describes how the EU and its various earlier incarnations believed that in order to acheive super power status, the EU would have to do two things. Read morePublished on 14 April 2008 by M. McManus
Recommended. Thorough, weighty and relevent. Refreshing in the midst of much fearful secularist and religious bullying about tolerance. Read morePublished on 7 Jan. 2008 by F. Matthews
Bat Ye'or's study into the (new) understanding between European policy makers and Arab politicians is an astonishing account of the cowardice and fear shown by the elites of... Read morePublished on 18 Nov. 2007 by Kjeld Hesselmann
I thought that the book was well researched and should be read by anyone interested in the effect that globalisation is having on neighbouring counties that do not embrace... Read morePublished on 19 Sept. 2007 by T. Hall