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Overview

In "Onward Muslim Soldiers," the author of "Islam Unveiled" reveals why the threat of violent jihad is growing daily, despite America's recent victory in Iraq. Spencer uncovers the cause of global violence as he goes straight to Muslim sources

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780895261007
  • Publisher: Regnery Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/3/2003
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 256
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 995,974
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.24 (h) x 1.24 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction: Jihad Today
Pt. 1 Jihad Now 1
Ch. 1 Are We Already Fighting a Jihad? How radical Muslims use jihad as a modern-day rallying cry 3
Ch. 2 Europe: Jihad in the Making? 51
Ch. 3 The Jihad Way of War 85
Pt. 2 Jihad Then 113
Ch. 4 Jihad in the Qur'an: Is war the will of Allah? 115
Ch. 5 Muhammad in the Field: The wars of the prophet 147
Ch. 6 In the Prophet's Footsteps: Jihad and dhimmitude in early and modern Islam 165
Ch. 7 The Modern Myth of Islamic Tolerance: The fact of modern Islamic intolerance 185
Ch. 8 Jihad in Eclipse and Resurgent 213
Pt. 3 The Great Jihad Cover-Up 251
Ch. 9 Terrorism: Jihad Abused? 253
Ch. 10 Everybody Must Get Stoned: The strange alliance between radical Islam and the post-1960s Left 277
Ch. 11 How the Fight the War We're In 289
Notes 305
Index 337
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2005

    Superb exposition

    Mr. Spencer has a new book out, but this one really lays the groundwork and is the more extensive exposition of the ideology of war and imperialism, masked as a religion, that we are up against. One can only hope our bureaucrats and intelligence people are studying it deeply. Lord knows our Politicians do not have a clue. The author's web site, unfortunately, has gone downhill probably due to constraints on his personal attention to it. So your best source of information at this time is his wonderfully written books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 3, 2003

    Too verbose!

    This was a good book, but not a great one. It's a bit too verbose. The bottom line was conveyed too many times. It could, and should have been edited down to 200, instead of 300 pages. Good reading, but by page 200 the reader is left saying 'I've heard this before'

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2003

    O hard look at Islam and the West

    Onward Muslim Soldiers is the first book of this genre to pull away from the squeamish appoligetics of those who are afraid that the truth may offend someone. Spencer challenges the beliefs that islam allows for muslims and 'people of the book' to peacefully coexist and the spiritual nature of jihad. He masterfully shows how islam is only tolerant of other religions so long as they submit to muslim domination (via paying the poll tax) and make no sign of their religion. He also explores how in our Western attempt to be politically correct, we in fact blind ourselves to what exactly is being preached in mosque everywhere. Jihad is a very real part of islam, and if coexistance is going to be peaceful in the West, some assimulation must occurr.

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