Book Reviews

Sitting at Noble Coffee in Ashland, Oregon, reflecting on the day I had coffee here with David Hayden, author of Muhammad and the Birth of Islamic Supremacism: The War With The Jews 622-628 A.D. As I read that book, I was awed by the tenacity and integrity with which the author had researched for a decade before beginning to write, and I was thrilled to have the opportunity to talk with him about various elements of his studies.

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It will take guts and courage to read this book. You will never read a book like it. This book is a take-no-prisoners, no-politically-correct examination of a very evil political and military ideology — Islam — masqueraded as a religion.

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Amil Imani's new book, "Obama meets Ahmadinejad", recieves rave reviews.

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In their new book, Al-Yahud: Eternal Islamic Enmity & The Jews, ex-Muslim authors Elias Al-Maqdisi and Sam Solomon explore Islam's eternal enmity and hatred as outlined in the Quran and prophetic action, and how that inspires and perpetuates Muslims' ongoing Jihad against the Jews and Israel.

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"How Fatima Started Islam", a satirical new novel by Noor Barack, depicts how Fatimah, the beautiful young daughter of drunkard brothel-pimp Muhammad, started a new religion out of good intention, but it turned out to be a monster to haunt humanity.

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