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What Every American Needs To Know About The Qur'An - A History Of Islam & The United States

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  • Posted May 9, 2010

    Federer is a Good Scholar

    Federer has written several books. He concentrates on American History, looking mainly for what our secular history books have purposely, erroneously, not mentioned. To be "politically correct" (i.e., atheistic belief that no god exists, therefore don't encourage belief in the supernatural) most modern histories exclude God's involvement in the lives of our Founders & in events. Federer does the research & reports what actually happened. In this book he researched the history of Islam & how American leaders have dealt with this Church-State System with global conquest & inequality as its goals. Very enlightening & important for Americans to know: love the Arab but beware of Islam.

    7 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 26, 2012

    Review vs. Insults

    The eloquent and detailed praise of the book in the first review contrasted with the panicked, baseless claim in the second review that just because a translator of the Koran translates the passage "We keel you infidels!" As "We keel you infidels", that no one who reads that translation by a linguistic and cultural expert not censored by Mulims, be allowed to believe it (we really mean "we keel you infidels" in the nicest way) without learning Arabic, is so ludicrous and such a blatant false flag that I of course bought it to see the truth the Muslim was so desperate to hide. I anticipate it being as important as "Secrets of the Koran" which was very enlightening. Having spent my career as a translator and analyst, I know non-natives can provide beautifully accurate translations and non-biased evaluations of cultural realities. I know the more insults hurled at a book by atheists and broken-English foreigners, the more I want to read that book.

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2008

    What Everyone should know about the Qur'an

    Twisting the facts would lead us nowhere! . It is a commonsense, in order to learn about a subject you have to learn the language of the subject or at least by someone who knows the language of the subject matter.

    1 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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