Freedom or Submission: On the Dangers of Islamic Extremism & American Complacency

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We are at war. Our mortal enemy has made no secret of its goal and stated aim: "eliminating and destroying Western civilization from within and sabotaging its miserable house," and installing a universal caliphate. Pretending that fourteen hundred years of Islamic imperialism and expansionism didn't happen doesn't change reality.

Ayn Rand said that you can avoid reality, but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding ...

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Overview

Author's Introduction

We are at war. Our mortal enemy has made no secret of its goal and stated aim: "eliminating and destroying Western civilization from within and sabotaging its miserable house," and installing a universal caliphate. Pretending that fourteen hundred years of Islamic imperialism and expansionism didn't happen doesn't change reality.

Ayn Rand said that you can avoid reality, but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding reality. If you refuse to fight, you forfeit. If you forfeit, you lose. And I mean, lose everything. The stakes couldn't be higher.

Islamic supremacists are more assertive in the United States than they ever have been before. They're building large mega-mosques in communities where the local Muslims can neither fill nor afford them. They're demanding-and receiving-special privileges for Muslims in workplaces and special installations for Islamic prayers in public universities, as well as in airports and other public facilities. (Islamic law places Muslims in a special class, giving them rights that non-Muslims do not have.)

They're bringing back prayer in public schools-but only for Muslims: they are seeking special legal status for Islam. They're shutting down the national debate that we urgently need to have about Islam and Islamization. They are demonizing as "bigots," "racists," and "Islamophobes" anyone who suggests any anti-terror measure or who asks the Muslim community in the U.S. to do something effective about the jihadists and Islamic supremacists in their midst.

Fight back. The question isn't who is going to let you, it's who is going to stop you.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781484019658
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/3/2013
  • Pages: 164
  • Sales rank: 708,638
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.35 (d)

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  • Posted June 15, 2013

    Don't pay attention to the rants of the Anonymous MUSLIM critic

    Don't pay attention to the rants of the Anonymous MUSLIM critic who doesn't know what their own religion prescribes. Ms. Geller has been studying the topic of Islamic supremacy for close to a decade now. Don't pay any mind to a critic who knows full and well that Dawah (proselytizing) among Muslims happens in English, only to force converts to memorize and recite the Qur'an verbatim in Arabic alone. Open your mind, read her book in it's entirety and draw your own conclusions.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2013

    All of her books are the same and they are only written to make

    All of her books are the same and they are only written to make you fear and hate. If Ms. Geller doesn’t want to be labeled Islamophobic or as a bigot—she should take my advice: give up her charade, while she’s still free and not charged and imprisoned for Hate Crimes—because only intolerant people who want to fight and bash people until they get a reaction—are the enemies of society, enemy to your state and government. We don’t need more fear and hatred. We need understanding and truth Ms. Geller.
    I know Islam, and Muslims practice patience. Ms. Geller ought to thank her lucky stars for that. She says a lot, makes a lot of noise and seems to be alerting the masses. But she has no solid ground at all. Everything she says is without example to back it up. She knows very well she’s bashing an entire religion. To me, this is tipping the scale of decency. Muslims believe in all the prophets that came before so if she has a problem with Islam and its prophet she has a problem with religion.
    Quote from her book: (Our mortal enemy has made no secret of its goal and …aim, eliminating and destroying Western civilization from within and sabotaging its miserable house…)
    If Muslims were a mortal enemy to the US, to be feared, do you really think they would have been as passive as they have been (especially in the U.S.) for the past decade or more, since 9/11 and the mass murdering of civilians, (Muslim,) in Iraq and Afghanistan (neither country had anything to do with 9/11), add to that a another decade of enduring being equated with terrorism, though our religion does not fuel us toward violence or intolerance.
    Many Muslims do come from some of the most war torn and oppressive countries and are happy to reside peacefully in the U.S. They are usually the cream of the crop; highly educated; the winners of their society, gladly leaving it to live where their education is wanted and needed. And mind you their oppressive states aren’t due to Islam or the Quran. It is due to POOOR leadership who didn’t implement sound Shariah laws. Instead, they picked and chose what they wanted to implement.
    While admitting there was once a flourishing Ottoman Empire, Geller, simultaneously claims and warns us of their impending doom to our culture and country. Honestly, Islam has many answers to the many problems the US has.
    Geller is not Muslim—does she speak Arabic? Because knowing Arabic is quite important to understanding the book Islam is based upon. Secondly the warring that the Quranic text refers to and is so often taken out of context to claim we Muslims are violent and want to kill infidels, (kill them and slay them wherever you find them,) were the Quranic verses that came down to the Prophet when his life was being threatened by the pagan and Jewish community. So, one must also understand the history of the prophets’ early years in order to correctly interpret the Quran which is a magnificent book free from error and injustice, from our Creator, the Creator who also gave Moses the 10 Commandments and Jesus his mission as Prophet.
    Muslims are absolutely not required (by the Quran) to hate Jews as Mz Geller has libelously and slanderously stated in this book. The Prophet ate and did business with Jewish people. Muslims have no such anti-Semitic tendency. In fact, our book tells us that some Christians and Jews will go to Heaven. If Muslims are at all angry toward Jews it may be due to what Israel has been doing with free reign for 50 years to the Christian and Jewish in Palestine.
    Ms Geller loves her society and for many reasons rightfully so. But, she has no understanding of women in Islam; their culture, their beliefs, their dress code…. Take it from me, a Muslim American that the only people who will not like Islam would only come from a few sources and they would be mainly: male.
    Men who don’t want full financial responsibility of their women-folk, is one group. Fathers in Islam have full financial duty to their wives, and daughters. When a woman is married, it goes to her Muslim husband. When they are divorced or widowed it falls to their fathers again, and if he is not living, to a brother, or uncle. Women in Islam must inherit from all of their relatives. A Muslim cannot strike a rightful heir from their estate.
    Alcoholics also might not like Islam while they’re enslaved to the bottle…. After they quit and come back to their senses however, they might find the prohibition against alcohol quite liberating.
    The bankers or anyone who relies on interest will not like Islam because Muslims are prohibited from using interest. So, they will never embrace Islam. Incidentally Christians: the prohibition on this started with Jesus who went into the synagogues angry at the bad business practices going on such as over taxing and charging interest. In a true Christian nation, the bankers we have today running us amuck wouldn’t be tolerated. So, you see, true religious guidance is a panacea.
    Another person who might not like Islam would be a total atheist. (I’ve known many Christians who embraced Islam, once they realized it was a step religion and one in the same practically to Judaism and Christianity. I even know a Peace Corp American worker who embraced Islam while trying to Christianize Africa!)
    Although Geller doesn’t like being called names, she calls Muslims, Islamic supremacists…. Who are bringing back prayer in school and having special places made them for them to pray at university….
    Oh Pamela, how awful, to think there are still people in America who believe in Creation and God and would like to stop at least once during their time at school to pray….but she adds, only for Muslims Maybe because those are the only ones who want to pray? Why does praying bother her so much? There is a Church of Satan right outside downtown Los Angeles. Pamela: Why don’t you go after them for wanting to worship Satan? I would say they have less in common with America’s original ethics, than Muslims who believe in all the prophets of Christianity and Judaism.

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