Stealth Jihad

How Radical Islam Is Subverting America without Guns or Bombs
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Audio (9.55 hours)
Product Number: Z10004732
Released: Dec 29, 2008
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781400127573
Narrator/s: Lloyd James
Publisher: Tantor Media, Inc
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Most terrorism experts agree: it is not "if" we are attacked again, but "when." Yet the assault has already happened. A silent battle is being waged on our nation every day. Not with guns and bombs, but via covert sources: Islamic charities, the ACLU, even presidential candidates. They are all pawns in a stealth holy war, unwittingly advancing the jihadist agenda not by violence but through endeavors designed to acclimate and subject us to Islamic law-just the way Osama bin Laden wants it. In Stealth Jihad, bestselling author Robert Spencer exposes how a silent but lethal movement is advancing on the United States and calls upon Americans to resist it-before it's too late.

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Author(s): Robert Spencer
Original Publish Date: Dec 29, 2008

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Author(s): Robert Spencer
Product Number EB00648257
Released: Mar 11, 2016
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Regnery Publishing
ISBN: #9781596980754

Professional reviews

"Does simply being a Muslim make an individual dangerous? Does the Koran inspire its followers to peace or to violence? How well do Westerners understand the concept of "fundamentalist radicals" and their agenda? What turns an ordinary kid into a walking bomb? What exactly do these "fundamentalists" want? Attempting to answer these questions--and many more--is leading researcher Robert Spencer. He explains, with reference to sacred texts, how the recent move away from outright terrorism may be a subtle change in tactics, rather than an end to the goal of fundamentalist domination. Telling you things you may not want to know, but should, Lloyd James handles this text professionally and easily. He's a solid, reliable documentary narrator who rapid-fires information, so listeners will need to be poised on the "rewind" button. B.D.J. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"

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