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Islam and Terrorism (Revised and Updated Edition): The Truth About ISIS, the Middle East and Islamic Jihad Paperback – September 1, 2015
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Top Customer Reviews
This author gives a fairly good explanation of Islam and its growth, but ends by urging us to be kind to Muslims, and not engage in “Islamophobia” because most Muslims are nice…
He does urge a new interpretation of the original sources. (The Koran) He does point out that a lot of the violence is preached in the Hadith, Sharia law, and the Sunnah, which are human opinions by “experts.”
He argues that these can be changed. He says the violent verses were created by Muhammed because he had a different perspective. He was “targeted by aggressive enemies who tried to destroy him” (last chapter) and fought back to protect himself and the Islamic Community.
That simply and clearly is not true. When Mohammed was unable to gain power in Mecca, preaching loving verses, he went to Medina and began raising money (and followers) by killing all the people in merchant caravans, stealing the goods, and selling them.
NO one threatened him. He killed to gain money and power, and he succeeded.
Thus, the argument that “Today the situation is completely different than in Muhammad’s time” made at the end of this book, is just plain false. There was never, ever a threat to Muhammed which impelled him to become the murderous villain that he was.
He did it for power.
I agree that the change to the Koran must happen.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book should open the eyes of many who claim Islam is not violent.Published 7 months ago by Mary E Stewart
Very thought provoking. It gives new light on the subject. I wonder how many western Muslims would find jihad as a moral imperative for their faith?Published 8 months ago by hospital cop 612