Marked for Death: Islam's War Against the West and Me

Marked for Death: Islam's War Against the West and Me

by Geert Wilders

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781596987968
Publisher: Regnery Publishing
Publication date: 05/01/2012
Pages: 256
Sales rank: 871,803
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

A member of the Dutch Parliament since 1998, Geert Wilders is the founder and leader of the Party for Freedom (PVV) in the Netherlands. Since 2004, he has been living under round-the-clock police protection due to death threats from extremist Muslims. In 2008, he attracted international attention when he was taken to court over Fitna , a documentary he filmed that explores Islamic terrorism and the spread of Islam in the Netherlands. Mr. Wilders now travels the world in defense of liberty and freedom of expression.

Table of Contents

Foreword ix

Chapter 1 The Axe Versus the Pen 1

Chapter 2 On Freedom 7

Chapter 3 Islamofascism 29

Chapter 4 In the Dark Doorways 47

Chapter 5 The Yoke of Ishmael 73

Chapter 6 Tears of Babylon 93

Chapter 7 Survival 111

Chapter 8 The Arnerikabomber 127

Chapter 9 Conquest 139

Chapter 10 Medina 157

Chapter 11 The Facilitators 175

Chapter 12 Fitna 187

Chapter 13 How to Turn the Tide 203

Notes 219

Index 275

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Marked for Death: Islam's War against the West and Me 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like books that touch on the fundamental issue of the day and that help us come to terms with realities that we wish would just disappear, even though they persist.In this age of fundamentalism coming from all religions, but with far reaching implications the world faces from the jihadists, Geert Wilders work though extreme in some aspects does a good job of jolting us to the reality of this fringe in Islam that is silencing the majority of Muslims with its extreme views, radical actions and deceptive ways. After reading Janvier Chando's The Sweetest , and then Geert Wilder's Marked for Death:Islam's war Against the West and Me; I accept the fact that the extremists must never be allowed to triumph.
AngelFlightBT More than 1 year ago
Mr. Wilders is the epitomy of a brave man willing to put his life in jeopardy for truth. He and his family risk their lives every day because of the truth he tells. This is truly a brave man. I admire his ability to honestly open the world of islam and the mechanism of that ideology. I learned so much about the motivation behind those whose desire it is to destroy anything that doesn't represent their ideology. Congratulations Mr. Wilders, you have produced a well written, explanation for those of us who desire an understand for the mentality and mechanism behind such hatred for anything that isn't islam.
betjohn1 More than 1 year ago
Shocking and informative. A must read for all Americans.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Marked for Death gives quite a bit of history of the Islamic culture and why we must be wary. Many of our former presidents spoke of it, including Thomas Jefferson. If you'd like to know what is behind the uproar, here it is. I definately recommend it.
Biblical_Scholar More than 1 year ago
This book with its attention-grabbing title is no exaggeration. Geert Wilders lives a life in constant threat of being murdered by Muslims because he dares to tell the truth about Islam. This book goes behind the multicultural haze and reveals exactly what Muslim doctrine teaches. Geert Wilders has lived in the Middle East, has studied the Quran, and has lived with the consequences of publically naming its goals. The book is clearly written and understandable. There will be a test over the next few years. Those who read this book will have a better chance at passing. Those who pass it off as alarmism will learn the hard way.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Readers of this book would like "Jenna's Flaw" This is a very important book. Geert Wilders knows what Islam is, what Islam's historical record is like (it's not good), and what Islam's goals are for the world. The big goal? World domination. More Islam in the West will equal less freedom in the West. It's even possible that the West will cease to exist if things keep going the way they're going (uncontrolled Muslim immigration, high Muslim birth rates, kowtowing to Islamic demands, and so on). If Islam were to rule the word (it's in Islam's DNA to rule the world), this would be bad news for Jews and Christians; it'll also be bad news for women and gays. All of the progress the West has made in human rights would be rolled back, and the world will enter into a new dark age. Dear Modern West, ignore Mr. Wilder's book at your own peril. Readers of this book will also like "Jenna's Flaw," a novel about the death of God, the crumbling of Western civilization, and what the West can do to stop it.
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* does paper work for a transfer of criminals* " more scumbags to take in..."
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I like books that touch on the fundamental issue of the day and that help us come to terms with realities that we wish would just disappear, even though they persist.In this age of fundamentalism coming from all religions, but with far reaching implications the world faces from the jihadists, Geert Wilders work though extreme in some aspects does a good job of jolting us to the reality of this fringe in Islam that is silencing the majority of Muslims with its extreme views, radical actions and deceptive ways. After reading Janvier Chando's The Sweetest , and then Geert Wilder's Marked for Death:Islam's war Against the West and Me; I accept the fact that the extremists must never be allowed to triumph.
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