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  • Paperback: 236 pages
  • Publisher: The Camel Flea Press (August 7, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0578032902
  • ISBN-13: 978-0578032900
  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 8.4 x 5.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 1.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (307 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,230,996 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I was spammed on my email about this book.
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345 of 420 people found the following review helpful By Timothy E. Converse on July 26, 2012
Format: Paperback
My review exists for one reason only -- this author resorted to SPAM in order to advertise this piece of trash. I know it was SPAM because the address that it was delivered to has never been used by me for anything other than tracking certain kinds of incoming email.

Does anyone really think that any worthwhile book should be advertised the same way penis enlargement pills are?

Added 12/6/2012: Pathetic. Not only have I gotten SPAMMED again, this time the SPAM says that the reason why this book has so low a rating is because everyone who has reviewed it are doing so in defense of "The Prophet" rather than the simple truth that we're all sick to death of being SPAMMED for this laughable piece of drivel.

Utterly pathetic. But then what would you expect really?

Added 12/26/2012: I think I'm just going to enjoy adding comments every time this jerk wad SPAMS me about his pathetic attempt at humor and/or scholarship.
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165 of 205 people found the following review helpful By William Bishop on June 20, 2012
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Besides being called satirical which it is not, it is actually just a conglomeration of insults, and actually flat out untruths. This book was hard to read due to the authors grammatically challenged style of writing. I found his arguments self serving in many ways, it is obvious he has an axe to grind, and is very anti-Islam. This author lambastes the reader with simply false claims and statements, that have no shred of backing. His citations are simply false, and misleading, and I found the book just depressing to read. I think this author has some real issues besides the lack of a basic spell checker.
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123 of 166 people found the following review helpful By windspeed on June 20, 2012
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Satire? To call this 'humor' is offensive to anyone with a brain. Disguised hate, tasteless offense and a whole lot of ignorance. Who would cheer on such a book about Christianity?
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48 of 64 people found the following review helpful By J. Halfpenny on July 27, 2012
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I'm not going to review the book but instead the spam I received relating to this work of fiction. Let me start by quoting the author's near-sighted, unsolicited publicity attempt:

"The good non-biased reviews on Amazon.com "How Fatima Started Islam" are very accurate... bad reviews were sent in by people who obviously never read or even seen the book because they do not want you to read it"

So if you don't like this book and comment on it you've obviously never read the book. The good, non-biased reviews (all two of them) are true and accurate representations of the work. Logical fallacies abound in this pisspoor and illegal marketing scheme.

"Buying this parody is not only sticking up for American freedom it is sending them a big message to Islam."

In America you have the first amendment right to free speech, buying this book does nothing to uphold that. And where to begin on the second part of that sentence? Who are 'they' exactly? Are all Muslims inherently not American? What message does it send to the unnamed 'them' about Islam?

From the description I would suggest that this is a blatant and clearly failed attempt to capitalise on the atmosphere of anti-Islamic sentiment within America. Let's take a look at the positive reviews and see what others have had to say. 5-star reviewer patty writes:

"Yes its harsh on Islam and oppressive religions in general, but given the myths and facts involving islam its pretty believable."

The origin of Islam as depicted in this work of fiction is believable based at least partly on myth? This is the kind of twisted brainwrong that hurts just to think about. Thanks patty, your insight just lowered humanity's collective IQ a few points. And what does 4-star reviewer C.
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Dainty on October 15, 2012
Format: Paperback
Oh, the irony. You wanted to get a story out, so you write a book. Nobody cares about the book, so you buy an email mailing list and start spamming people.

This is how the author of this book thinks he/she is going to get rich (not even bothered looking at the book) - by spamming and comvincing people to buy the book that way.

Sorry! Not gonna happen.

Next stop: Amazon complaints department!
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36 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Kee Hinckley on July 26, 2012
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He sends unsolicited, and offensive email, to addresses off of spam lists. There's no unsubscribe, they are completely illegal.

I wouldn't support his idiotic book even if I *did* approve of it.
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19 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Abdul Salim on September 9, 2012
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I am not going to read or buy the book but regardless of whether some of you are angry because you found out about it via spam to your email inbox or you feel the contents in the book are anti-Islam, you have no right to demand Amazon to remove the book. Well you do but you're being a little hypocritical in doing so. There are plenty of anti-Christianity and anti-Judaism books. This is part of free speech. You can't have YOUR version of free speech only when it's good for you or when it's something you agree with. That's what makes the west so great.

Now regarding Islam. I have read the Qur-an many times, the Hadiths and know Sharia well. In short - there are peaceful verses and violent verses in this holy book, which explains how there can be so many peaceful muslims, yet many violent ones as well. This is the overall point of this book and others like it. Islam is a relatively new religion and has never been revised. It needs to be reformed but whenever someone, specifically a non-Muslim states this, many people right away respond by trying to discredit what they said by calling them an Islamophobe, racist, bigot, etc. Yet none of you can disprove or deny the facts. The facts that Islam has an extremely violent side and many radical Muslims are killing others to prove it. But many of you heart bleeding citizens are in denial or too concerned about offending an entire group by calling out those who should be called out. But what do you call a peaceful Muslim that speaks out against the radical side of Islam? Oh right, an uncle Tom. How convenient. That's an empty rebuttal because you have nothing to respond with other than name calling.

Like it or not, this book is free speech. Don't read it, look at it or tell anyone about it. Free will.

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