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2.0 out of 5 stars
anti-Sikh book, 30 Aug 2013
Fallacies presented in the book with limited interviewees taking bias towards the Muslim narrative of such conflicts. Katy is however a not so boring either quite addictive to read she uses far too many citations and not enough of her own work for my liking. She dismissed genuine grooming cases and didn't divide forced conversions with sexual assault enough. She missed the Leicester Mughal restraunt, she did not document Baha'i NAND lal Goya and his documented works the panj takht sarbat Khalsa panj singh hukm systems and panchayats early reheatnamas before concluding Sikhs have no jurisprudence I their faith such as a jathedar. Still great academia which needs its counter narratives for balance Katy presents the Muslim side well.