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It will contain books on 'the Islamic threat to Western Civilization.'
In the prologue, Fallaci reveals how the gatekeepers of political correctness have attacked her since the publication of her previous book, The Rage and the Pride.
I can understand her feelings, and I think we all ought to read this book to gain a better appreciation of what risks European society is taking.
I am an avid reader of Oriana Fallaci books. I understand where she is coming from, she has tested first hand what she writes about. So have I. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Maria Kilian
Best Author, no regrets, wonderful, I will always recommend her books.
I will also suggest to read the Rage and the Pride.
What an amazingly powerful pen. Such passion. Such fury. There were time while reading it that I would get goosebumps.Published 16 months ago by Favonhayek
I have been freshly baptized in the words of the canonized martyr of Freedom. The scales have fallen from my eyes, I have seen the error of my ways, said my mea culpas. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Humphry Knipe: Author of The Nero Prediction
Oriana Fallaci has given me much incite into the spread of Communism, Marxism and Socialism even in the U.S. Read to save your children from indoctrination of government schools.Published 18 months ago by Judy Copp
The continuation of the groundbreaking and brave "The Rage and The Pride," this is worth a purchase if you're a Fallaci fan. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Anath
The simpe true understanding of what is and how it all works, affecting the entire globe.....true scholarly work, the way it should be!
Worth every minute of your read.
The passion that Fallaci has for our disappearing culture should inspire us all. Unfortunately she died in 2006 - has anyone taken up her banner? I've yet to discover. Read morePublished on March 16, 2012 by Jon Breakfield