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DOESN'T DO THEM JUSTICE,
This review is from: The Monks of Tibhirine: Faith, Love and Terror in Algeria (Paperback)
The author writes: "The monks were not martyrs to their faith. They did not die because they wre Christians. The died because they wouldn't leave their Muslim friends." Uh? If they had been Muslims would they have died? They lived a Christian ideal, which is why they stayed. They died for it.
He admits to be contrarian. He'd do better to be fair.