In the Path of God: Islam and Political Power is a book written by American historian and journalist Daniel Pipes on Islamic fundamentalism, or militant Islam. The book examines the role of Islam in politics and provides a perspective of its evolution against a background of three competing social movements; secularization, communist socialism, and modernity. Pipes sought in the book to present a survey of the relationship between Islam and political power over the history of the Islamist ideology in a way that would help explain the modern crisis and conflict between Militant Islam and the West.Meira →
Modern Day Trojan Horse: Al-Hijra, the Islamic Doctrine of Immigration, Accepting Freedom or Imposing Islam?
In this frightening book, Sam Solomon and E. Al Maqdisi lay out the various Islamic principles relating to Islamic immigration of non-Muslim lands. The authors show that, far from Muslim immigrants moving to foreign lands for the pursuit of financial, political or social means (as other migrants tend to do), Muslim immigration is in fact at the heart of the religion and as important to Islam as jihad (holy war).Meira →
Everything (well, almost everything) you know about Islam and the Crusades is wrong because most textbooks and popular history books are written by left-wing academics and Islamic apologists who justify their contemporary political agendas with contrived historical "facts." But fear not: Islam expert Robert Spencer (author of the bestseller Islam Unveiled) refutes the popular myths in The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades).
Spencer reveals facts that you won't be taught in school and will never hear on the evening news, supplies a revealing list of "Books You Must Not Read" (as far as the PC left is concerned), and takes you on a fast-paced politically incorrect tour of Islamic teaching and Crusades history that will give you all the information you need to understand the true nature of the global conflict Westerners faces today.Meira →
In The Truth about Muhammad: Founder of the World's Most Intolerant Religion, New York Times bestselling author and Islam expert Robert Spencer offers an honest and telling portrait of the founder of Islam – perhaps the first such portrait in half a century-unbounded by fear and political correctness, unflinching, and willing to face the hard facts about Muhammad's life that continue to affect our world today.
From Muhammad's first "revelation" from Allah (which filled him with terror that he was demon possessed) to his deathbed (from which he called down curses upon Jews and Christians), it's all here – told with extensive documentation from the sources that Muslims themselves consider most reliable about Muhammad.Meira →
Continuing her journey from a deeply religious Islamic upbringing to a post at Harvard, the brilliant, charismatic and controversial New York Times and Globe and Mail #1 bestselling author of Infidel and Nomad makes a powerful plea for a Muslim Reformation as the only way to end the horrors of terrorism, sectarian warfare and the repression of women and minorities.
Today, Ayaan Hirsi Ali argues, the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims can be divided into a minority of extremists, a majority of observant but peaceable Muslims and a few dissidents who risk their lives by questioning their own religion. But there is only one Islam and, as Hirsi Ali shows, there is no denying that some of its key teachings—not least the duty to wage holy war—are incompatible with the values of a free society.Meira →
Maajid Nawaz spent his teenage years listening to American hip-hop and learning about the radical Islamist movement spreading throughout Europe and Asia in the 1980s and 90s. At 16, he was already a ranking member in Hizb ut-Tahrir, a London-based Islamist group. He quickly rose through the ranks to become a top recruiter, a charismatic spokesman for the cause of uniting Islam's political power across the world. Nawaz was setting up satellite groups in Pakistan, Denmark, and Egypt when he was rounded up in the aftermath of 9/11 along with many other radical Muslims.Meira →
The basic facts of David Horowitz's political odyssey are well known. A "Red diaper baby" who grew up in what he has called the ghetto of communism, he became a leading Marxist "theorist" in the early sixties and one of the godfathers of the New Left. But following America's defeat in the Vietnam, Horowitz began to reevaluate the damage those commitments had done to the country. In Islamo-Fascism and the War Against the Jews, Volume four of Black Book of the American Left, Horowitz focuses on two interlocked issues. The First is the Islamic totalitarianism in America, particularly as it manifests itself on our college campuses. The Second part of this volume takes up the war waged against the U.S. and Israel and Jews in general by Hamas, Hezbollah and other groups. In addition to analyzing their bloodthirsty ideology, Horowitz shows how the genocidal cause of these groups has been taken up by campus radicals. In describing his own confrontations with radical Muslims on our campuses, Horowitz gives a sobering insight into how Islamist's have become an increasingly powerful within.Meira →
The Koran: It may be the most controversial book in the world. Some see it as a paean to peace, others call it a violent mandate for worldwide Islamic supremacy.
How can one book lead to such dramatically different conclusions? New York Times bestselling author Robert Spencer reveals the truth in The Complete Infidel's Guide to the Koran: not many Westerners know what's in the Koran, since so few have actually read it -- even among the legions of politicians, diplomats, analysts, and editorial writers who vehemently insist that the Koran preaches tolerance.
Now, Spencer unveils the mysteries lying behind this powerful book, guiding readers through the controversies surrounding the Koran's origins and its most contentious passages. Stripping out the obsolete debates, Spencer focuses on the Koran's decrees toward Jews, Christians, and other Infidels, explaining how they were viewed in Muhammad's time, what they've supposedly done wrong, and most important, what the Koran has in store for them.Meira →
This polemic against Islamic extremism highlights the striking parallels between contemporary Islamism and the 20th-century fascism embodied by Hitler and Mussolini. Like those infamous ideologies, Islamism today touts imperialist dreams of world domination, belief in its inherent superiority, contempt for the rest of humanity, and often a murderous agenda.Meira →