Understanding Muhammad is a
psychobiography of Allahís Prophet. It seeks
to unveil the mystery of that man. Historians tell us Muhammad
used to withdraw to a cave, spending days wrapped in his thoughts.
He heard bells ringing and had ghostly visions.
He thought he was demon possessed, until his
wife reassured him he had become a prophet. Convinced
of his status, he was intolerant of those who rejected him,
assassinated those who criticized him, raided, looted, and
massacred entire populations. He reduced
thousands to slavery, raped, and allowed his men to rape female
captives. All of this, he did with a clear
conscience and a sense of entitlement.
He was magnanimous toward those who admired
him, but vengeful toward those who did not. He
believed he was the most perfect human creation and the universe's
raison d'Ítre. Muhammad was no ordinary man. He
was a narcissist.
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, no
matter their status or situation, lives under the death sentence
mandated by the Prophet Muhammad for apostates from Islam. Why
We Left Islam 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
Robert Spencer, Director of Jihad Watch and NY Times
bestselling author of "The Politically Incorrect Guide to
Islam (and the Crusades)" and "The Truth About
of Peace?: Why Christianity Is and Islam Isn't
This is a swift read written in a fluid manner reflective of a
thinker who has long thought about the points he makes. The book
is not weighed down by ponderous sentences, though Spencerís
ideas are deeply reasoned.
In this book the author uncovers the cause of global violence that
the established media would rather you ignore. He reveals why the
threat of violent jihad is growing daily...
Ware's 'Why I am not A Muslim'
In the wake of the Rushdie
Affair, a report in the New York Times (Feb. 27,
1989) voiced a common fear: "Ayatollah
Khomeini has probably succeeded in preventing
publication in this country of books critical of
Muslims & Islam". This prophecy has
proved, fortunately wrong, witness the writings
of Anwar Shaikh that have earned him a fatwa
from the mullahs in Pakistan, or Dr. Morey's The
Islamic Invasion (1992). Now we have the
courageous work of Ibn Warraq, Why I am not A
Muslim, first published in the USA in 1995..
Sword of the Prophet:
by Srdja Trifkovic
In The Sword of the Prophet, the reader receives the unvarnished
truth about the rise of Islam and the patterns set by its founder,
Muhammad; the historical meaning of jihad against the (non-Muslim)
infidel that we see today in the al-Qaeda terror network; the
broad sweep of the global military, political, moral, and
spiritual struggle that faces us; and what we must do if we wish
by Steven Emerson
Who are these people? Where did they come from? And how could
there be so many terrorists or suspected terrorists living among
us without action being taken? In American Jihad, Steven Emerson,
the world's leading authority on domestic Islamic terrorist
networks, tells the full story of the rise of those who wish to
destroy the United States from within.
It or Else!
by Dr. Abdullah Aziz
Entertaining and informative, this comic book
is an eye-opener on what Mohammed really taught.
Islamization of America:
By Abdullah Al-Araby
After the collapse of Communism, almost everyone heaved a sigh of
relief. Many thought that all threats to the American way of life
had finally vanished. Then, came in the sad events of 9/11/01
which proved our hopes were just wishful thinking.
A great book from a Christian perspective, but offers excellent
insights for all members of the UAC, not only the Christian
They Call Me Infidel:
By Nonie Darwish
One womanís story of why she left the culture of Islamic Jihad
to support American liberty and tolerance.
By Steve Emerson
A Guide to Militant Islam in the US. Steven Emerson has compiled
this thorough factual overview of the Islamist terrorist threat to
the United States.
Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam :
By Robert Spencer
Michelle Malkin, bestselling author and columnist states:
"The courageous Robert Spencer busts myths and tells truths
about jihadists that no one else will tell."
Myth of Islamic Tolerance:
By Robert Spencer
"Robert Spencer has here assembled a collection of documents
devastating to PC myth and multiculturalist wishful thinking.
Anyone concerned about the dangers of politically motivated
distortions of Islamic theology and history should not miss this
explosive and enlightening volume."
Truth About Muhammad:
By Robert Spencer
Muhammad: a frank look at his influential (and violent) life and
teachings. In The Truth about Muhammad, New York Times bestselling
author and Islam expert Robert Spencer offers an honest and
telling portrait of the founder of Islam-perhaps the first such
portrait in half a century-unbounded by fear and political
correctness, unflinching, and willing to face the hard facts about
Muhammad's life that continue to affect our world today.
By Robert Spencer
Spencer proclaims that Islam is not the religion of peace that
many claim it to be. Opinions on his conclusions differ (to put it
mildly), but it's difficult to argue with Robert Spencer's method
of inquiry: It's lawyerly, in the best sense of that term. Spencer
considers the testimony of many sources--of the West and the
"House of Islam"--from which he deduces meaning, intent,
and possible consequences. This approach makes his findings sound
valid and credible--like them or not.
By Paul Sperry
As Americans continue to worship at the altar of cultural
diversity and endorse religious tolerance for tolerance sake,
Muslims masquerading as "moderates" have insinuated
themselves into the very fabric of American society. In this
startling book, investigative journalist Paul Sperry uses
revealing new interviews and classified documents to courageously
explain how these Islamist extremists have been covertly working
to destroy our constitutional government and the Judeo-Christian
ethics on which our nation was built.
By Lawrence Wright
The Looming Tower may be the most informative accounts yet of the
men who shaped 9/11 (New York Times Book Review). The focus on
individuals gives the book its emotional punch, but it is also a
narrative bold in conception and historical sweep. Lawrence Wright
conducted more than 500 interviews, from bin Laden's best friend
in college to Richard A. Clarke, Saudi royalty, Afghan mujahideen,
and reporters for Al Jazeera. The result, while evenhanded in its
analysis of the complex motives, ideals, and power plays that led
to 9/11, leaves few nefarious details uncovered. An abrupt ending
did little to sway critics that Looming Tower is nothing less than
"indispensable" reading (Cleveland Plain Dealer).
Just Don't Get It:
by Col. David
How Washington Is Still Compromising Your Safety--and What You Can
Do About It.
Hunt, a Fox TV News military analyst and retired army colonel,
shows what must be done in America if we are to win the war on
terror. Highly recommended reading.
Legacy of Jihad:
by Andrew G
The Legacy of Jihad provides a comprehensive, meticulously
documented corrective to the genre of ahistorical assessments
decried by Ellul. This unique, extensive compilation includes
Muslim theological and juridical texts, eyewitness historical
accounts by both Muslim and non-Muslim chroniclers, and essays by
preeminent scholars analyzing jihad war and the ruling conditions
imposed upon the non-Muslim peoples conquered by jihad campaigns.