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Fatwa: Hunted in America Hardcover – November 1, 2017
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"This is a riveting tale of a "controversial" woman. She believes in "controversial" principles such as free speech, and holds "controversial" positions such as the right of Muslim girls in the developed world to enjoy the freedoms of all other western women without being honor-killed, beheaded or otherwise murdered. She is so "controversial" that, when Islamic fanatics tried to kill her in the first ISIS attack on American soil, this country's appalling and stupid media blamed her for being so "controversial" as to drive people to open fire on her. In a saner, healthier world, she would not be "controversial" at all, but would be recognized as the brave - indeed, fearless - woman she is. This is her story, and splendidly told." -- Mark Steyn, Bestselling Author
"Over the years, many have made their disagreement with Pamela Geller clear. Islamists fear her; adherents of identity politics loathe her. Threatened with death by ISIS, denounced as a "hater" and "Islamophobic" by others, she is fearless. Even her detractors must concede that Pamela Geller has grit, is passionate and determined. She is a formidable adversary of all those seeking to further the cause of Shariah.
In her book Fatwa, Pamela Geller discusses her upbringing, her family, the ideals that drive her, and chronicles her numerous battles with Shariah law and its defenders. Read this book to see an advocate of freedom in action, defending the right to dissent from orthodoxy, as well as the principles that are at stake in defending the free society." --Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Bestselling author, Women's Rights Activist
"How did a nice Jewish girl from Long Island become the Joan of Arc of the counterjihad movement? In this remarkably absorbing page-turner of a book, Pamela Geller tells her story - a story of courage in the face not only of the jihadist enemy but of a veritable army of apologists, appeasers, pacifists, whitewashers, self-styled "bridge-builders," and assorted cowards, careerists, and sellouts. Armed only with the truth and a passionate love of American liberty, Geller has survived their smears and kept hope alive. It's an inspiring story that I hope will encourage other freedom-lovers to stand up and be counted before it's too late." -- Bruce Bawer, author of The Victims' Revolution: The Rise of Identity Studies and the Closing of the Liberal Mind.
A courageous book by a courageous woman. This is not just one individual's adventures in defense of freedom - this is a guide for anyone and everyone who is ready to stand for the truth in these days of universal lies. Political correctness is intellectual dishonesty and Pamela Geller isn't afraid to tell it like it is. --Tomi Lahren, Fox News Contributor and television host
From the Author
"It's my story, it's what happens when someone fights for freedom in America today," Geller explained. "Hunted for death, living under Fatwa, this is my story and it's every story of any person that dares stand up in defense of freedom."
Geller details that her book is about "what happens to someone who tries to stand in defense of freedom in 21st century America."
"This is the book of a New York City career girl who loved her music and her fashion, and she became the country's leading racist, Islamophobic, anti-Muslim bigot. Or as the uber-left hate machine, the Southern Poverty Law Center, likes to call me, 'the anti-Muslim movement's most visible and flamboyant figurehead," Geller said. "I am but a proxy in this war, what happens to me happens to every American, in small and large ways, who happens to stand in defense of freedom."
In FATWA: Hunted in America, Geller recounts the battle to defeat the sinister Ground Zero mosque project; the ISIS attack at Geller's Mohammed Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest in Garland, Texas; the fatwa issued to her and plot to behead her; and much more including the relentless vilification from a mainstream media hell-bent on defaming and destroying everyone who stands for freedom against jihad terror and sharia oppression.
"It's my story, but it's every story," Geller concludes. "Any lover of freedom would have been tarred the same way I was, and many have been. I am but a proxy in this terrible long war: what has happened to me is what happens, in small and large ways, to every American who stands for freedom."
Yet - as shown in this book - she has prevailed. Without Pamela Geller, there would be a 16-story mega-mosque at Ground Zero today. Without Pamela Geller, untold numbers of young women who are living free today would instead have been victims of honor killing. Without Pamela Geller, countless numbers of indefatigable fighters for freedom would have been cowed and intimidated into silence by an increasingly violent and authoritarian Left.
If this book is proof of anything, it's that one person can make a difference. And what a remarkable difference Pamela Geller has made. At last, in FATWA: Hunted In America, she tells her story.
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This book details Ms Geller's courageous fight for rights that we do have, such as freedom of speech and freedom of religion. What leftists call "hate speech" is exactly the kind of speech that is protected in this country. It is what freedom of speech is all about. Political correctness tries to shut down free speech which will also lead to eliminating freedom of religion. Frankly, leftists don't like either of these rights.
This is an excellent book for anyone trying to understand the harm that politically correctness causes in America. Buy as many copies as you can for family and friends. Everyone needs to read this very important, and enlightening, book. Time to toughen up America.
Geller is sounding a loud warning that if we don't wake up and start fighting back against the creeping Sharia we will find ourselves part of the Caliphate. Get your black tents out, ladies.
This book is amazingly important and filled with facts and information. Ms.Geller has been committed to researching the truth, and speaking out against bigotry and hate. She speaks for freedom of speech and against so-called honor killing. The left and media in this country are fearful of her influence. In fact, it’s confusing why Bill O’Reilly, a conservative, has spoken out against her. I personally have heard Geraldo on T.V. express his fear in rude ways.
Understanding Islam, jihad, and Sharia seems inconceivable to this American, as does the beliefs of the left. But Ms. Geller’s book brings me a little closer. A fascinating and terrifying read!