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While the United States, and indeed most of the Western world, fights an active war against Islamic terrorism, we remain in deep denial about who truly is the enemy. Elites across North America and Europe fight to silence those who argue, compellingly, that the roots of terrorism are within Islam itself, which has evolved into far more than a religion - it is a radical and dangerous political ideology that consciously, if often tacitly, places itself in opposition to democracy and basic human rights.

Robert Spencer, one of the world’s foremost critical scholars of Islam, has been labeled public enemy number one by those who apologize for Islam and its violent excesses. He has been called a propagandist, a racist, and an “Islamophobe” - a term that he willingly embraces in this provocative and important book.

There needs to be a thoroughgoing and honest public discussion of the acceptable parameters of criticism of Islam in light of genuine interests not only of national security but of civilizational survival. Our lives, quite literally, could depend on it, as could those of our children and our children’s children. Confessions of an Islamophobe is an attempt to begin that discussion.

©2017 Robert Spencer (P)2018 Bombardier Books

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  • Lisa
  • 02-05-18

Robert’s words should be read by Robert

Why is Audible hiring actors to read the words of people who are alive and much better at reading their own words? The book is terrific.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 25-04-18

Great listen if your interested in protecting your personal freedoms

Great book I enjoyed the hell out of it and recommend it to someone interested in learning about the collapse of western society by the infiltration of Islam into our daily lives

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  • Theo
  • 13-06-18

Incisive and compelling

Although frequently characterized as such, Spencer is neither a bigot nor a hater. Rather it is those who would stifle free speech, particularly on our college campuses that seem to be filled with hate.

The book deserves a better reader. Mr
Michael's tone is ponderous and heavy and almost comically, he mispronounces words like excoriate.

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  • Terence H.
  • 31-05-18

Good and true but redundant

If you have read or listened to his other books, you will likely not learn much from this one. There are some novel ideas discussed in this one that I have not heard before, but I prefer his books that focus strictly on The facts about Islam rather than the constant cultural bickering we all see too much of anyway. All that said, Spencer continues to deliver well supported and reasoned arguments without a hint of hatred or malice.

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