-The Guardian (UK)
"Persuasive and stimulating."
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I saw the author during a tv interview and was intrigued with his story. Purchasing the book on a whim, I have to say this was a timely & insightful read. Good buy.Published 11 months ago by Kay
Ed Husain is a great writer, and tells and even greater story. As a Christian, this inside look was helpful, because it's not coming from the media or popular western opinion, but... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Alan J. Fontenot Jr.
I was the "American Lacrosse (the Iroquois sport) Ambassador" in East London in 1983-84. My student/athletes were from the same streets and from that same back ground as... Read morePublished 14 months ago by joe baggofdonuts
Husain is a Brit, born of naturalized Indian and Pakistani immigrants in London in 1975. His childhood was deeply influenced by pure forms of Muslim spirituality, but in high... Read morePublished on August 9, 2010 by Codependent
I did not pick up this book expecting it to be so much of (as another reviewer put it) a daily accounting of the author's life. Read morePublished on August 18, 2009 by Jerryaki
Mr. Husain, a British citizen of Bangladeshi origin, describes his life searching for "true" Islam. He describes, how he became a radical Islamist, and how reality (a killing in... Read morePublished on July 7, 2009 by PST
All Muslims should read this book. For Westerners it's interesting too, but not as crucial.
Islam is politics plain and simple - with a marginal link to religion - it... Read more