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on 31 December 2016
This book is well researched and illustrates every point made with source references given immediately after the text. The authors are unashamedly passionate about their cause and argue their case very thoroughly. I believe that tolerance and equality are extremely important. I loathe prejudice and therefore the concept of this book sits very uneasily with me. However, if even some of what they report is true then we simply cannot allow it to succeed. As always the first casualty of war is the truth.
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on 20 April 2017
A brilliant short read which is packed full of great information in defence of free expression and against Islamic supremacism. A solid 'must read' for those in the counterjihad movement in my opinion.
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on 28 June 2014
Confirming what I already knew, Intolerance by the use of stealth & hair trigger sensitivity. The Saudi government should be held accountable for the funding of these dangerous crimes committed by terrorist groups.
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on 14 April 2017
Excellent book that explains the problems faced today. It explains how the west has been a sleep and how it has allowed this to happen.
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How is freedom of speech eroded, very often when nobody notices? It is done very gradually of course, by chipping away at it, slowly and methodically, as described in this excellent book. An essential read for any lover of freedom.
JN
www.jonathannicholas.org.uk
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on 26 May 2016
This short book was wordy but failed in my opinion to demonstrate the threat of Islam to the Western world. It offered no solutions to problems we now face in the war that started after9/11 and seems more interested in political rhetoric.
I was disappointed.
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on 30 May 2013
I wish Obama and that fool Cameron would read this. This booklet is not the rantings of a racist, it is an entirely sensible cry for those in power to recognise the terrible damage their pandering to the idea of religious offence.
Remember this: religion is nonsense after all so it is nonsense to suggest real hurt has been caused to a religious person through somebody merely drawing unflattering cartoons of their beloved prophet or making a film pointing out real issues of misogyny within a religion and that that hurt is so real and deeply felt that it is justification for brutal murder.
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on 28 November 2012
I read this book(let) cover to cover. Although it covers a lot of the intolerance to freedom of expression seen right across the western world, I was struck by how much of it was relevant to the UK at the present moment. Imams can give public addresses each Friday calling for the murder of Westerners, and nothing is done about it for years, but anyone who expresses concern about what is going on is instantly condemned as a bigot. Tomorrow sees the publication of the Leveson report into the future of British journalism, which is expected to call for state regulation of the press (presumably by supporters of multiculturalism). If such a report is enacted, goodbye freedom, it was nice knowing you.

Why only 4 stars? The formatting in the Kindle version was terrible. Was difficult to figure out what was the main text and what was a reference footnote.
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on 13 May 2016
A phobia is an unreasonable, irrational fear. Islam has a religious obligation to control and destroy all other faiths and laws, which may make non-Muslims have a very real reason for feeling less than relaxed.
Allah's holy Law of War is in fact the most important religious duty in Islam, obligatory for all Muslims. This is absolutely clear in the Qur'an, the Hadith-traditional stories, the very first valid histories by Ibn Ishaq and Tabari, and Islamic law. Islam must reign supreme over all other religions and laws. Jihad is the pinnacle of Islam.
Qur’an 9:29 Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth, of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.
The phrase la ilaha illa allah in the Qur’an: in Mecca 37:35, 38:4-10 and Medina 47:19.
In these it means religious war for supremacy against all disbelievers.
Qur’an 47:19 Muhammad So know that La ilaha illallah, there is no god except Allah.
Maududi says: This was at the time of the battle of Badr. It is also entitled al-Qital, the Fighting, because it gives the firm command for Jihad, and its theme is to prepare the Muslims for war against disbelievers and to give them instructions about those who kill and those who are killed:
Qur’an 9: 111 Verily, Allah has purchased of the believers their lives and their properties for (the price) that theirs shall be the Paradise. They fight in Allah's cause, so they kill and are killed.
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on 4 October 2014
Excellent and thought provoking. A must-read for anyone concerned about the rise of Islamic extremism but who approaches the subject with an open mind.
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