The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam

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    The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades)
    By Robert Spencer

    This book explores the myths and realities of the Muslim religion. It is basically a primer covering all the pertinent topics that a non-Muslin should know, particularly whether the religion is one of peace or violence.

    This book is divided into three parts. The topic of Part I is Islam, Muhammad and the Qur’an. Background material on Muhammad is provided to help you better understand how the religion came to be. Part II explores the myths and realities of the Crusades. Part III deals with today’s jihad against the non-Muslim world, a continuation of the war-like stance against the rest of the world that brought on the Crusades.

    The book is just a little over 200 pages in length and is simply and clearly written, with an interesting format. Each chapter has an insert comparing what Jesus said (New Testament) related to the topic with what Muhammad said (Qur’an). There are interesting quotes about Islam scattered throughout the book from well-known people, such as Alexis deTocqueville, John Wesley, John Quincy Adams, Winston Churchill, and Bertrand Russell.

    This book should be read by all non-Muslims for it contains valuable information on this so-called religion of “peace.”

    The hour is coming when whoever kills you will think he is offering service to God. (John 16:2)

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