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Uncomfortable but essential reading
on May 2, 2017
This book is uncomfortable for Americans to read, invested as we are in the ideas of freedom of religion and freedom from religion, which when taken together provide a reasonable degree of separation of Religion and the State. Western democracies also have the right of free speech, and are generally in favor of the acceptance of new immigrants. None of those values are acceptable under Islam, which seeks to control everyday life in a rather fascistic way. There is a prescription for every phase of one's life and one should simply submit to the religious/political authorities, who after all, are our bettors. The book catalogs the multiple serious offenses that have occurred in Europe while journalists, growing up under generations of multiculturalist indoctrination, spewed out misinformation in an attempt to hide the facts, and deflect the ire of native Europeans. The book catalogs the many serious offenses that have occurred in the name of Islam. Taken all together these revelations, now a decade old, inevitably produce the feeling that Islam and the Western liberal democracy are incompatible.