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on 28 July 2017
Well worth reading. It helps the reader to understand the mindset of those whose belief is the Koran.
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on 17 January 2012
Good Book - but to get to the bottom of the hatred and why the jews & muslims feel like they do, is a difficult thing. You can only read on the subject and make your own perception of who is right & who is wrong. I bought this book because I am trying to find out about Palestine, who originally owned it, and whose land was it in the beginning of time. I would recommend this book, its interesting reading., but you might not get the answers you actually want.
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VINE VOICEon 4 December 2003
This excellent, compelling and contentious study is perhaps more appropriate and timely now than ever before. Replete with immense detail, the book holds the reader's attention from the very first page as Hal Lindsey gets straight to the heart of what he describes the Islamic/Moslem hatred for the Jews, Christians, the US and the West generally.

Beginning with the relatively recent murder of journalist Daniel Pearl, the book addresses present day events and the situation facing us all in the wake of the September 11 atrocities in the US. Each and every aspect is approached from a Christian/Biblical perspective.

He reveals the what is described here as the allegedly real fundamentalist Islamic position on violence, conquest and the infidels, with many references to the Islamic holy books the Quran and the Haddith.

Some readers might find the contents of this work disturbing & indeed contentious as the study proceeds to address in considerable detail what are cited as the Islamic fundamentalist purpose and agenda of replacing the Judeo-Christian, Western world with a new Islamic world order. Some issues which other books see fit to ignore are approached in this work with a raw honesty. The detail is immense and will no doubt be classed by some readers as controversial, but the text is highly readable and very well presented.
The text of this study provides an in depth analysis of what are cited as the Biblical promises to the people of Israel in relation to the Land presently disputed between the Jewish state and the Arab world, including the contentious & pivotal issue of Jerusalem.
Also studied are the roots of anti-Semitism and the history of Islam, Mohammed and the Biblical references to the descendants of both the Islamic and Jewish peoples. The very roots of this alleged hatred are at the heart of this study and I highly recommend this book.
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on 10 November 2011
The information presented in this book is essential knowledge to have a balanced opinion on the current situation in Israel and the surrounding area.
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on 9 January 2016
great insight from a biblical perspective on the workings of religious divisions and the eventual outcome.
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on 27 September 2011
I have found this book very interesting and would recommend this book to anyone who wants more info on what is going on in the middle east.
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on 23 April 2012
This man claims that Islam is a religion followed in the jungles of Africa. There is no jungle in Africa. Homophobia, yes. Jungle, no.
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