Read "A Sharia London"

Posted by WDonway 5 months ago to Books
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AFTER TWO READINGS OF "A Sharia London," by Vinay Kohatkar, I can say:

There is nothing like the excitement, passion, and sheer political acuity of this novel, which is about a politically correct professor who believes that Islam is 'peaceful.' But when he teaches a class in post-classical history, his life is upended by a young Islam-apostate woman who leads him into the terrifying underbelly of radical Islamism--and into
romance, too.

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  • Posted by  $  25n56il4 4 months, 3 weeks ago
    I have been re-reading Lewis Browne's "This Believing World" written in 1937, he describes the Muslim movement in great depth. Very interesting. Actually he touches on all the known religions at that time. You can find it at 'The Antique Bookstore', I think online.
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  • Posted by CircuitGuy 5 months ago
    This whole notion in the quote of an entire religion being peaceful or warlike smacks of bigotry. I don't mean the evil bigotry of people who would quote the Anders Breivik manifesto... oh wait is that kind of bigotry.
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