Friday, 4 February 2011
Allah is Dead, but Rebecca Bynum's book is alive and kicking. Here are a couple of reviews from Amazon:
ChrisLA (Los Angeles) (5 stars):
This book will be troubling to Muslims and empowering to non-Muslims. Ms. Bynum exposes the material aspects of Islam as a sharp contrast to the Judeo-Christian spiritual faiths. Islam is all about rules, about emulating one person - Muhammad, and about self-sacrifice. Having a personal faith in God and aspiring to ideal virtues take a second seat to group conformity.
Lorna (5 stars)
This is arguably the most important book extant today that accurately describes the true character and the objectives of the Islamic religion.What it makes clear is that the freedom of religion which Islam claims for itself is in fact an opaque cover for what is actually a comprehensive authoritarian and immutable doctrine that dictates not only moral and spiritual goals for observant Muslims but a fixed unchallengeable set of orders that dictate the behavior of Muslims in every sphere of daily life.
There will be more. Word is getting around, and Islam, "the duck-billed platypus of belief systems", is out for a duck. Muslims will grouse, but they may learn. Infidel or Muslim, order your copy today if you haven't already done so.
Posted on 02/04/2011 4:27 AM by Mary Jackson
4 Feb 2011
I'm glad I've pre-ordered mine, which is going to get to my undisclosed location on the Planet of the Arabs (through secure means of delivery) soon... Amazon is sold out on Ms. Bynum's book at the moment, and that is truly great news.
4 Feb 2011
Yes, Amazon has been ordering quite slowly - 10 to 15 books at a time. They've been out of stock since they began shipping in late January even though they've received three more shipments. I'm hoping the next order is more substantial.
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