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Muslim Invasion: The Fuse is Burning Kindle Edition
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Excellent, factual delivery of the intention and consequences of Muslims in America. Those who suggest "bias" are ignorant of the term. Everyone has a "bias." In this case, the author's description of Islam is a bias for the truth.
Here is the terrible:
1. Boys ignores true history of The Crusades. He ignores the fact that the Christian Crusades were only BEGUN AFTER 400 years of Islamic terror and conquest of Christian lands. Sure, there were atrocities committed. But without being a historical revisionist (one who applies the conditions of today to judge the wars of the past), the Christians had no other choice. The tactics they used HAD to be equal to the task of eliminating the Islamic threat to their very existence.
2. Boys uses the term "Koranic Muslim" (one who faithfully follows the Qur'an) to distinguish a "bad/terrorist Muslim" from a "good/moderate Muslim", I suppose a Muslim who does NOT follow the Qur'an. Now think about it. Why would anyone who calls himself a Muslim not follow the Qur'an? If he calls himself a Muslim and doesn't follow the Qur'an, he is at LEAST identifying with most of the beliefs, ideology, and culture of those who do. The trouble is we never know how much, to what extent, and what he might do with the portion of the beliefs or culture he DOES identify with. Why not? Because of a very significant Islamic doctrine and practice: taqiyya. The Islamic culture does not practice the same morality as a Judeo/Christian culture. Honesty and the "golden rule" are far from central tenets. Deception and lying are more highly prized character traits. Unless we know a Muslim intimately, we will never know how "Koranic" he may really be. Why would he call himself a Muslim if he is not Koranic at some level? He wouldn't.
3. While Boys "tolerates" Israel, he does not believe there should be any US funds used to help defend it. That is SICK. Israel is our only REAL ally in the Middle East and he wouldn't mind to see it fail. Here is one example where Boys accepts the Muslim excuse to refuse to support Israel. He writes: "The American Government is hated because of such policies [support of Israel] and because our policies over the past 50 years have not been even-handed." True, we have favored and supported Israel more so than surrounding Islamic nations that threaten Israel's annihilation. Here's the part of history that Boys conveniently ignores. Islam has hated and threatened the West and Christian lands long before there was the newly re-formed Israel in 1949 - longer than 50 years, and even before there was a United States of America. Boys stupidly uses Israel as a scapegoat for Islam's 1,400 year hatred of Christians and Jews. Why would a man use such a transparently false argument to disrespect Israel. As I read his book, the only possible reason became obvious.
4. He values Arab immigrants as much as Jewish immigrants. He said that is very "Christian" of him. That is a HUGE contradiction of everything his book is about. Did he forget the title of his book, Muslim Invasion? Did he forget the minor detail that the overwhelming majority of Arabs are Muslims - perhaps upwards of 95+%? Very strange.
5. His writing style comes across as catty more than professional. He throws in insults where the "mere" facts have a greater impact.
He has it right about the threat of Islam. He negates the book's message by going off-message with the aforementioned blunderous rabbit trails.