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Unveiled Threat: A Personal Experience of Fundamentalist Islam and the Roots of Terrorism (Inside Observer Volume 1) Paperback – November 6, 2014
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Praise for Unveiled Threat
"Tavakoli turns her fire from crony capitalists to Muslim fundamentalists."
Think Advisor (Research Magazine)
"This is a book that everyone who loves and wishes to support women should read.'"
Praise for Janet Tavakoli
"Janet Tavakoli knows her stuff, has strong opinions, and turns a colorful quote."
From the Author
I loved the challenge of writing this book. One editor remarked: "The result is a short riveting book with a clear high-impact message at an important time for the Middle East, the West, and in particular, the United States."
Unveiled Threat has already evoked strong emotions and attracted detractors who admittedly made up their minds without reading the book. I hope that will not dissuade you from reading it and making up your own mind.
Top customer reviews
Knowledge is power and I believe that everyone, especially women, will benefit from the knowledge gained from this book.
I highly recommend this book.
Ms. Tavakoli makes the statements that, while they would ruin your dinner party, are absolutely crucial for advancing dialogue and moving society forward. Ms. Tavakoli asserts that several of the tenants of Islam are fundamentally at odds with the foundations of Western civilization - a view that is hard to swallow and that, if accepted, forces one to come to painful conclusions. While I disagreed with or at least doubted several of her conclusions, I greatly appreciate that Ms. Tavakoli took a clear stance, forcing me to clarify my own thinking on the issue and to revisit some long-held beliefs and assumptions.
The book was very informative and well worth reading.
It is a great history of oppression starting shortly before the Shah of Iran to the modern day. Oppression comes in many forms. Which devil do you wish to serve seems to be the overiding theme.
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