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The Myth of Islamic Tolerance: How Islamic Law Treats Non-Muslims

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2006

    PURE FICTION!

    The author must have been dreaming of utopia when he was writing this book for which section of people in the world are free from defects? You cannot label a religion or a culture based on a few instances that have obviously been hand-picked to reflect a certain bias and to promote a certain agenda. Nor can you judge a people based on what some of their corrupt leaders have chosen to do. What would one then write about societies where crimes against children and women are committed openly and in large numbers? It is best to read the types of books that clear biases and myths we harbour in our own minds rather than those which tell us to judge other people harshly which help to better a situation for the general masses than worsen it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2005

    Biased Author

    Most of Spencer's works on Islam are totally biased. No he does not know the truth of Islam because obviously he hasn't read the Quran. Don't take this book seriously because this author clearly is trying to distort the image and true meaning of Islam. If you really want to know more about Islam first look at the man who founded Islam: Muhammad (PBUH) and refer to the holy Quran.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2013

    Islamic Law is for Muslims--from the beginning of Islam those wh

    Islamic Law is for Muslims--from the beginning of Islam those who wanted to benefit from living amongst Muslims in an Islamic setting could do so but they had to pay a tax, much like our property taxes today. Spencer has spent an inordinant amount of his life fighting Islam which he sees as a big threat. There is one man behind him paying him big bucks to write his drivel. Don't believe a word this man says about Islam. Read The Cross and the Crescent by Jerald Dirks to compare Islam with Christianity scripturally.Muslims are not to be feared they are to be admired.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2005

    fastest growing faith

    fastest growing faith in the world yesterday, today, and tomorrow is the answer to this book

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