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America has been at war with radical Islam since 1979 although it took until 9/11 2001 for most people to notice this fact, including our leaders. Even yet, many Americans still do not take this threat to our (such as it is) civilization seriously. Every American should read a book by Ms. Gabriel or Wafa Sultan or Ayaan Hirsi Ali to start to understand what is at stake. Every man, woman and child in the free world (especially females!) should take the threat of Sharia very seriously. It is the new Naziism.
Oct 12, 2008
This book was very informative on the young womans life in Lebanon. I learned some history as well as learning of misconceptions that can mislead people. It is worth your time to read.
Jul 31, 2008
very good read!
"BECAUSE THEY HATE" This book should be required reading in all English and Hebrew speaking clsss rooms!
Every elected official should read this book, then ask about being political correct.
Nov 8, 2007
Because they hate
I admire Ms Gabriel for her fortright words. If we don't wake up the same thing will happen here.
May 15, 2007
Essential reading for America!
This book will open up your eyes to what we all should know. I recommend highly. An exceptional author.
Publishers Weekly, 2006-09-04 With strident confidence, American Congress for Truth founder Gabriel rebukes the American public for being "weak, asleep or careless" in the face of Muslim terrorism. A Christian survivor of the vicious civil war between Lebanese Christians and Muslims in the 1970s, Gabriel leans on her own terrifying experiences to condemn Muslims, without apparent regard for their ethnicity, ideology or historical role. Consistently using the words "Muslim" and "Arab" as if they were interchangeable, she concludes that the U.S. is "facing total destruction" at the hands of people who are uncultured and cruel, and prescribes such solutions as "profile, profile and profile," and banning "hate education" in Islamic institutions. Though her writing is eloquent and her passion tremendous, Gabriel's strict dichotomy between "evil versus goodness" is too extreme to be informative. Readers will be forced to decide whether or not to accept her heart-felt bias. (Oct.) Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
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