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Getting Through: How to Talk to Non-Muslims About the Disturbing Nature of Islam Paperback – August 28, 2012
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The main chapter "Answers to Objections" is 90 pages long and provides up to eight possible answers to 26 objections, so you can see it has plenty of "meat".
The book has a heavy US focus, and draws on American models like Dale Carnegie's How to Win Friends and Influence People'.
Although I gave the book 5 stars, I was a little disappointed that, although it attacked radical Islam and Islamification of the US, it focused only on the the WAY Islam is threatening, not WHAT it's threatening. The US Constitution is mentioned only once (p 76) and the book does not make clear that the US Constitution and all its major amendments are incompatible with sharia law.Read more ›
No redeeming value and this great handy book teaches us how to outreach to our friends who say,"oh I know a nice Muslim", or parroting that "Islam is the religion of peace" as heads are rolling off people's shoulders in the mid-east and Oklahoma, suicide bombers, Muslim rape gangs run smoke in Britain and we are all being killed by ones, twos, tens and twenties until these people can make bigger and bigger strikes. Enjoy this book and practice on your Islam clueless friends.
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Clear, measured and rational advice on how to inform friends, family and others about the dangers of radical Islam. A reference to be referred to again and again.Published 1 month ago by Paula J. Kyle