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Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2013

    For all of the 5 star throwers out there: you obviously don┬┐t kn

    For all of the 5 star throwers out there: you obviously don’t know anything about Muslims or Islam or the Quaran or the reality that the monopolized media will instantly publish a book like this. Today what sells will be published and what sells is anything controversial.
    I am an American Muslim living in the Middle East for 20 years now. I’m not a scholar but I do know something about the Shariah. While this book projects it and Islam and Muslims in a way to make you filled with fear and rage, the true Shariah Law (the jurisprudence found in the Quaran or established by the Prophet which can be found in Hadeeth) is sublime and should be feared. Yes, it should be feared, by: thieves, rapists, murderers or drug traffickers, for these types of crimes and criminal behavior are not tolerated by Allah. I challenge anyone to argue against its swift, just punishment, and strict norms which set a high standard and acts as a threat, which lessens such activities. Today the US is in dire need of such perfect guidance.
    Muslims want to ‘spread’ Islam. Really, in what way that is any different than the Christians or Jehovah’s Witnesses? I’ve never known a Muslim to be anything but polite and discrete when talking about their faith. If an opportunity comes up with someone we feel has an interest in religion or Islam, naturally we will want to share our faith. To “take over America”? This is stretching things quite far. Americans should be worried about those who have already taken over (we are the scapegoat). While you are busy scrutinizing and fearing Muslims--the real terrorists—have stripped you of all of your human rights.
    It might interest you to know that in our book, it says to us, about people from other faiths when they confront us to tell them: “To you, your religion, and to me, mine,” or, in Arabic: “La koum deenakoum wellyadeen.” In other words, if you don’t bother me about my religion or my lifestyle; as long as my actions are not hindering you from enjoying your life, we can live in peace. American Muslims or Muslims living in the US want to live Islam that is all. If we want Shariah for our civil and criminal court processes—why is this something seen as a threat? I don’t think having Shariah as part of our legal system for Muslims in addition to our own set of laws for non-Muslims is impossible.
    Lastly, if you want to understand Muslims and Islam why don’t you look for an authentic book by someone who understands this religion? If you want to understand Buddhism do you read a book written by a Jew or Muslim? I recommend, The Cross and the Crescent, by Jerald Dirks.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2012

    Loon extraordinaire at it again!

    Pamela Gellar, Islamophobe and total loon...this book is junk. Sure she can tell a few stories and twist a tale from that. This book isn't scholarly at all. Learn about Islam from primary sources. I've lived in Muslim lands and Gellar, from what she says, is obviously (to those that are in the know) clueless.

    Look into this author, a site like loonwatch might give you some needed info before you take her word to be God's truth.

    Muslims can't even "Islamicize MUSLIM countries yet there seem to be quite a few loonies who think they can do it here".

    2 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2011

    I Also Recommend:

    a citizens guide to protecting america

    "stop islamization of america" is a very hard to put down. this book is very well researched about violent islamlic terrorist activity that takes place here in the united states and what groups and individuels are behind these activitys. the arthur has done exellent job documenting many of the resistance groups in the us and has brought in much never before seen information on them. this is also a very helpful guide for all americans cause it shows how citizens can be watchful and what steps they can take to see if there is something start to happen near them and how they can report it. great gift idea for a friend or family member.

    2 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 8, 2013

    This book is wast of time to read!!!!

    This book is wast of time to read!!!!

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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