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One of our time’s most powerful and controversial books – which stirred up major Islamic controversy even before its official release – is available today only for just $4.95, a $21 discount from the normal $25.95 price, but only from WorldNetDaily.
The publisher, WND Books, was publicly denounced by Islamic activists for publishing the first U.S. book ever to feature an image of Muhammad on the cover.
“This book is put out by WND Publishing (sic), which promotes hate every day on its extremist anti-Muslim hate site,” Ibrahim Hooper, spokesman for the controversial Council on American-Islamic Relations, told the New York Daily News.
“If Muslims rioted around the world after a Danish newspaper published a political cartoon making fun of Muhammad, what will they do in response to this?” wondered Farah, himself a former Middle East correspondent of Lebanese and Syrian ancestry.
However, it’s not just the cover of the book, which sports a 10th century mosaic image of Muhammad, that caused the Islamist lobby to go apoplectic. “Why We Left Islam” also contains brutally honest testimonies from former Muslims who have left the religion despite the threat of death. “Why We Left Islam” shows the potentially ugly realities of living under the Islamic yoke.
The book is edited by British journalist Susan Crimp and Islam expert Joel Richardson, using a pseudonym because he already has had death threats against him. It is filled with first-person stories of former radicals who began to question the Quran and ultimately changed their lives.
Khaled Waleed, for instance, said he was indoctrinated with the same type of teaching as fellow Saudi Arabian Osama bin Laden.
“Our teacher and other Islamic scholars told us that as Muslims, we are the best people in the world,” he writes. “I listened to my imams and was disturbed when they used abusive language to describe non-Muslims as the grandsons of monkeys and pigs … [they] told me that it was my duty to revile and ridicule non-Muslims.”
Waleed says the attack on the World Trade Center changed him: “On Sept. 11, 2001, I saw the real face of Islam. I saw the happiness on the faces of our people because so many infidels were slaughtered so easily. I saw many people who started thanking Allah for this massacre.”
Another former Muslim writes in “Why I Left Islam”: “The Quran is full of verses that teach killing of unbelievers and how Allah would torture them after they die. There are no lessons on morality, justice, honesty, or love. The only message of the Qur’an is to believe in Allah and his messenger.”
And yet another writes: “I don’t exactly remember what wrote doubt in my mind. Maybe it is Lord Buddha and his teachings or a glance at Jesus and his sufferings…then quite shockingly I realized my beloved prophet is a misfit. He failed to show me anything other than the dark side of human nature.”
Still another former Muslim: “People who have not lived in Dar Al-Islam cannot and will not understand the level of indoctrination Muslims undergo for their entire lives … If you’ve never used your mind but rather simply lived under the culture of submission (“Islam” means “submission”), your ability to think withers.”
Written by those who have lived under the Islamic yoke their whole lives, “Why We Left Islam: Former Muslims Speak Out” is both a powerful communiqué and a warning to the West.
Here’s what Robert Spencer, director of Jihad Watch and author of the New York Times best sellers “”The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades)” and “The Truth about Muhammad,” says about “Why I Left Islam”: “Powerfully written and deeply compelling, these accounts of people of conscience who left Islam are rendered all the more poignant by the realization that each one of them, whatever their status or situation, lives under the death sentence mandated by the Muslim Prophet Muhammad for apostates from Islam. This book should be required reading for human rights activists and all those who value the dignity of the human person, so that they will see why this horrific denial of the freedom of conscience within Islam must be resisted by all people of good will.”
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