Confessions of An Islamophobe

Confessions of An Islamophobe

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Baker & Taylor
Contends that Middle-Eastern terrorism is rooted in the religion of Islam itself, and that the religion and the radical political ideology tied to it are at odds with such modern values as democracy and human rights.

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While the United States, and indeed most of the Western world, fights an active war against Islamic terrorism, we remain in deep denial about who truly is the enemy. Elites across North America and Europe fight to silence those who argue, compellingly, that the roots of terrorism are within Islam itself which has evolved into far more than a religion—it is a radical and dangerous political ideology which consciously, if often tacitly, places itself in opposition to democracy and basic human rights.

Robert Spencer, one of the world’s foremost critical scholars of Islam, has been labeled Public Enemy #1 by those who apologize for Islam and its violent excesses. He has been called a propagandist, a racist, and an “Islamophobe”—a term that he willingly embraces in this provocative and important book.

There needs to be a thoroughgoing and honest public discussion of the acceptable parameters of criticism of Islam in light of genuine interests not only of national security but of civilizational survival. Our lives, quite literally, could depend on it, as could those of our children and our children’s children. Confessions of an Islamophobe is an attempt to begin that discussion.

Publisher: New York : Bombadier Books, [2017]
ISBN: 9781682614907
Branch Call Number: 297 Sp343c 2017
Characteristics: xvii, 269 pages ; 22 cm


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Jan 12, 2018

This is an important book which should be read by every Christian & atheist in Tucson. Islamophobia is not a bad thing!


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