Books About Islam

Books About Islam

Prayers for the Assassin
Prayers for the Assassin

by Robert Ferrigno

"Mount Rushmore has disappeared, LAX has become Bin Laden International, and midday prayers interrupt the Super Bowl… With a nuclear terrorist onslaught in 2015 on New York City, Washington, D.C., and Mecca that has all the earmarks of a Mossad operation, the liberal Democrat States – characterized by timid, politically correct, ill-educated politicans and a like-minded populus – are terrified into converting to Islam, while the conservative Republican States break away from the Islamic Republic, forming a Christian Republic in the South. By 2040, three major parties struggle for control in the new Islamic Republic: 1) the moderate State Security forces, under Redbeard; 2) the Black Robes, a fundamentalist religious police force; and 3) the top-secret Assassins, under the Old One."

Coming to a city/State near you!
Convert to Islam, or die!

PIF: Of course, Christians and Jews can always accept dhimmi-hood – a perpetual second-class always subject to the whims of the Islamic majority. Believers in other religions, who, like atheists and agnostics, have only the choices of conversion or death. Present-day liberals will absolutely love this future! They will no longer have to worry about political correctness or even thought, since the koran will dictate everything they need to know or think. Liberal women will enjoy their return to total subservience to men and, as an added bonus, their status as things with no value or worth beyond breeding.

Welcome to the beginning of the return to the 7th Century, or the New Dark Ages!

Inside the Kingdom
Inside the Kingdom
My Life in Saudi Arabia

by Carmen bin Ladin

PIF: The life all female liberals and america-haters have to look forward to, should the US lose this war.

"In 1973, Swiss-born Carmen fell in love with Yeslam bin Ladin, Osama’s older brother; after a fairy-tale courtship, including a semester together at USC, the two married in Saudi Arabia. Alas, it wasn’t long before the fantasy turned sinister. By Saudi Wahhabi custom, women are usually confined to the home. Activities like listening to music or reading books other than the Koran are either sinful or shameful. Only Carmen’s young daughters, occasional international trips and her dear, understanding husband helped her cope. Then, things worsened. The 1979 Saudi mobilization to support Afghan Muslims against the Soviet invasion gave religious hard-liners like Osama more clout. Carmen’s husband, now a successful Geneva businessman, reverted to a more orthodox lifestyle. Finally, in 1988, Yeslam divorced Carmen, but by bringing charges against her in Saudi Arabia, made certain she feared for her life – and her daughters’ freedom – if she ever again entered an Islamic country. Beyond Carmen’s terrible story hovers the larger, later tragedy of 9/11. Remember, Carmen warns, the bin Laden brothers have always supported each other, financially and socially. When Osama dies, he’ll certainly be replaced."

The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism
The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism
Adolf Hitler and Haj Amin al-Husseini

by Chuck Morse

"This is the remarkable story of Haj Amin al-Husseini, who in many ways was as big a Nazi villain as Hitler, and to understand his influence on the Middle East is to understand the ongoing genocidal program against the Jews of Israel. Al-Husseini was a bridge figure in terms of transporting the Nazi genocide in Europe into the post-war Middle East.

"As the leader of Arab Palestine during the British Mandate period, al-Husseini introduced violence against moderate Arabs as well as against Jews. Al-Husseini met with Adolf Eichmann in Palestine in 1937 and subsequently went on the Nazi payroll as a Nazi agent.

"Al-Husseini played a pivotal behind-the-scenes role in instigating a pro-Nazi coup in Iraq in 1941, in urging Nazi’s and pro-Nazi governments in Europe to transport Jews to death camps, in training pro-Nazi Bosnian brigades, and in funneling Nazi loot into post-war Arab countries.

"Haj Amin al-Husseini represented the opposite of the noble Emir Faisal Ibn Husein, the enlightened Arab King of Hejaz who had cordial relations with Chaim Weizmann and wanted to achieve a peaceful Middle East with co-operation between Jew and Arab.

"Unfortunately Al-Husseini’s ideology of hatred won out. As Grand Mufti of Jerusalem he spearheaded the imperialistic or utopian strain of Islam that has turned into a modern hydra. In 1920 he organised the murder of Jews who were praying at the Wailing Wall, and he never looked back. Throughout the rest of his time in Palestine he furthered his murderous designs because of the British policy of appeasement, with further campaigns in 1929 and from 1936.

"In the 1930s Al-Husseini became a proponent of Hitler, eventually settling in Berlin where he encouraged the annihilation of European Jews and planned to become the leader of the Arab world in expectation of an Axis victory. He unceasingly promoted the Holocaust and Nazism amongst the Arabs. This strain of Nazism was a blend of National Socialism and fundamentalist Islam that would make deep inroads into the Arab world.

"After the war Al-Husseini fled to Cairo where was instrumental in accommodating fleeing Nazis and organising for the destruction of Israel. The hatred of Israel now took on a Leftist flavour as the Soviet Union became the champion of the Arab cause. Arab leaders like Gamal Abdel Nasser, Saddam Hussein and Yasser Arafat were all influenced by his hateful ideas.

"Al-Husseini did not only target Jews, but also moderate Arabs and the free West in general. Nazism was the spiritual and physical bridge by which Islamic extremism became prominent in the Arab world. He introduced the demented belief that utopia could be achieved on earth by the destruction of Israel and the annihilation of the Jews."

Islamic Imperialism
Islamic Imperialism
A History

by Efraim Karsh

"From the first Arab-Islamic Empire of the mid-seventh century to the Ottomans, the last great Muslim empire, the story of the Middle East has been the story of the rise and fall of universal empires and, no less important, of imperialist dreams. So argues Efraim Karsh in this highly provocative book. Rejecting the conventional Western interpretation of Middle Eastern history as an offshoot of global power politics, Karsh contends that the region’s experience is the culmination of long-existing indigenous trends, passions, and patterns of behavior, and that foremost among these is Islam’s millenarian imperial tradition.

"The author explores the history of Islam’s imperialism and the persistence of the Ottoman imperialist dream that outlasted World War I to haunt Islamic and Middle Eastern politics to the present day. September 11 can be seen as simply the latest expression of this dream, and such attacks have little to do with U.S. international behavior or policy in the Middle East, says Karsh. The House of Islam’s war for world mastery is traditional, indeed venerable, and it is a quest that is far from over."

The West's Last Chance
The West’s Last Chance
Will We Win the Clash of Civilizations?

by Tony Blankley

"Blankley paints the picture of a Europe in which radical Islam is triumphant – a threat that is not only very real, but that would be more threatening to the United States than a Europe under Nazi domination. But there is hope – and a strategy – for Western survival; and Blankley illustrates what must…"

The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (And the Crusades)

by Robert Spencer

"The courageous Robert Spencer busts myths and tells truths about jihadists that no one else will tell… A clarion call for the defense of the West before it is too late."

How Muslim Spies and Subversives have Penetrated Washington

by Paul Sperry

"As Americans continue to worship at the altar of cultural diversity and endorse religious tolerance for tolerance sake, Muslims masquerading as ‘moderates’ have insinuated themselves into the very fabric of American society, taking advantage of our blind trust and gaining footholds in our education."

The Al Qaeda Connection
The Al Qaeda Connection
International Terrorism, Organized Crime, And the Coming Apocalypse

by Paul L Williams

"The Al Qaeda Connection goes far beyond [Osama’s Revenge] in detailing the global reach of the terror cells… an important read which not only the public, but more importantly, our politicians should read and understand…"

Islam Unveiled
Islam Unveiled
Disturbing Questions About the World’s Fastest Growing Faith

by Robert Spencer, David Pryce-Jones

"Spencer proclaims that Islam is not the religion of peace that many claim it to be. Opinions on his conclusions differ (to put it mildly), but it’s difficult to argue with Robert Spencer’s method of inquiry: It’s lawyerly, in the best sense of that term. Spencer considers the testimony of many sources – of the West and the “House of Islam” – from which he deduces meaning, intent, and possible consequences. This approach makes his findings sound valid and credible – like them or not… To proclamations that Islam is a religion of peace, Spencer responds (in chapters entitled with questions such as "Is Islam Compatible with Liberal Democracy?" and "Is Islam Tolerant of Non-Muslims?") with evidence, historical and recent, of harsh treatment of women, other religionists, and social minorities in Islamic societies. Besides the facts Spencer presents, his citations of the Qur’an; the hadiths, or sayings and deeds of Muhammad; and Islamic authorities across the liberal-to-fundamentalist spectrum verify attitudes and practices that secular Westerners and present-day Jews and Christians don’t think of as peaceable, just, or decent. For instance, slavery and polygamy may be waning in Islamic societies, but they aren’t disapproved of or banned because the Qur’an and hadiths endorse them. Islam hasn’t adapted to change nearly as much as Judaism and Christianity have, and that accounts for its savage relations with the West. Spencer doesn’t see either Islam moderating or the West regarding Islam realistically any time soon. Barring "some wondrous intervention from the Merciful One," he concludes, the immediate future ‘will be difficult.’"

The Sword of the Prophet
The Sword of the Prophet
History, Theology, Impact on the World

by Srdja Trifkovic, Serge Trifkovic

"…this exceptionally fluid argument against militant Islam… reports more Islamic savagery than Robert Spencer’s Islam Unveiled and critiques Muslim theology more thoroughly than Timothy George’s Is the Father of Jesus the God of Muhammad?" Its most important distinction is Trifkovic’s insistence that the "problem [for the West] is not prejudice about Islam, but folly in the face of its violence and cruelty," manifested today in such horrors as the ongoing slaughter of Sudanese Christians and the appalling anti-Semitism of the Islamic press and such Islamic legal authorities as the mufti of Jerusalem. Like Roger Scruton in The West and the Rest, Trifkovic "…doesn’t endorse war against Islam. Instead, the West must defend itself against Islamic aggression (e.g., by restricting immigration and reducing dependence on Islamic-controled oil) and help non-Muslims oppressed in Islamic societies…"

Unholy Alliance
Unholy Alliance
Radical Islam and the American Left

by David Horowitz

"An original look at those who want us to fail in the Middle East, both at home and abroad. David Horowitz (a former member of the American Communist Party) is synonymous with pyrotechnics. A historian and polemicist of the first order…"

The Man Who Declared War on America
bin Laden
The Man Who Declared War on America

by Yossef Bodansky

"Shortly after terrorists led by Osama bin Laden attacked the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998, President Bill Clinton ordered retaliatory missile strikes against targets in Afghanistan and Sudan. It was the first time the United States had responded to an individual terrorist with such overwhelming military force. Bin Laden, of course, is no run-of-the-mill rabble-rouser; Clinton called him "perhaps the preeminent organizer and financier of international terrorism in the world today." That’s quite a label for someone who, as biographer Yossef Bodansky describes, "lives with his four wives and some fifteen children in a small cave in eastern Afghanistan" without running water. Yet he is "a principal player in a tangled and sinister web of terrorism-sponsoring states, intelligence chieftains, and master terrorists." Remarkably little is known about the man; as Bodansky reveals, even the year of bin Laden’s birth is uncertain. This book, then, is more than the story of a single terrorist. It’s a description of a whole movement waging a jihad – holy war – against the United States in the belief that America’s modernizing influence on Arab nations thwarts Islamic fundamentalist goals. Bin Laden is strikingly current, extremely well informed, and thoroughly detailed. Readers interested in facts about the Middle East’s violent underworld will find it fascinating – and chilling. Bodansky notes that bin Laden has become a hero to radical Muslim youth, and Osama is now a very popular baby name in many Arab countries."

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