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on 4 April 2013
The Quran is being interpreted by many fundamentalist Muslim preachers to say that any Muslim who converts from Islam to Christianity should be put to death. No ifs. No buts.
Another excellent book is by Patrick Sookhdeo, entitled Freedom to Believe.
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on 2 August 2013
Eye opener for the disillusioned individual. Gain a lot of knowledge what Islam really means.......and it does not mean peace at all.
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on 25 July 2014
Don't want to write review this is why l will not send off information about star ratings because you demand a review on every item and you want numerous words. People will give word reviews if they want to but they should not be forced to do so.
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on 19 January 2015
Very interesting.
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on 29 September 2015
Complete Trash
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on 23 March 2013
Anti-Islamist blogger Spencer is well known on the blogisphere and his work often highlights the oppression meted out in the Muslim world to non-Muslims, atheists and schismatics. This book could have done with a lot with the ample subject material - this felt more like an angry pamphlet than a proper book.
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on 26 December 2013
Looking up Robert Spencer, I find he's linked to Jihad Watch.

On this day, Boxing Day of 2013, what is written there? Why, Spencer is inveighing against Pakistan, where the state is doing its utmost to protect Christians. (Story archived to: [...] )

He says: "The police were there to guard against any "untoward incident." Odd that police were needed. Would the Vast Majority of Peaceful Muslims not have been sufficient to keep the "extremists" in check? ... Punjab police had made special plan for the security of the 429 churches which had been divided into three categories according to their `sensitivity'."

There is another nation which has bulldozed dozens of churches and Christian villages and shot dead all the Christians trying to return. Shoots up and blockades (including water supply and bank accounts) the most important churches there. But Robert Spencer is an avid supporter of that severely anti-Christian state. Shomething wrong, shurely?

Since I've not got this book I cannot honestly vote it down, and I've had to give three stars. I can't prove that its the most virulent faith-hatred (likely with fraud) - but I can remind people that Nazi Germany tells us where this conduct inevitably leads and how important it is to protest.
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