I am going to proffer a guess that someone at WND read the May 13 post “The Muslim Solution”. That post offered two concepts to solving the perpetual Quranic edict against non-Muslims.
WND sent out a book review of a book they are releasing on July 8, 2015 – “House of War: Islam's Jihad Against the World”. This book exposes the real nature of Islam according to its own considered holy writings. So if any generous soul decides to pre-order the book, perhaps contact me to let me know about your generosity. The need for contact is I’d hate to receive 100 copies of what promises to be an awesome read. :-)
Islam: Not a Religion of Peace, but a 'House of War'
Review sent by and by WND.com
Sent: 5/14/2015 12:22 PM
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WASHINGTON – With the toppling of one Mideast dictator after another and the ensuing "Arab Spring," horrendous terrorist attacks are increasingly being perpetrated by groups and individuals claiming to act in the name of Islam.
"The bad quasi-secular dictatorships of the Middle East have been replaced," says G. M. Davis, leaving chaos and anarchy, a "fertile ground for jihadist groups whose violent aspirations are in no way limited to their own societies." Yet Western political leaders, with the support of the major media, have consistently affirmed their belief that, despite the violence done in its name, Islam is a religion of peace.
The critical question is, who is right? Do Muslims who wage violent jihad against unbelievers fundamentally misunderstand their own religion? Or are the jihadists following their holy book in their willingness to die as martyrs according to the dictates of their god, who promises paradise to those who "fight in his cause and kill and are killed, a promise binding on him in truth" (Koran 9:111)? With the West engaged in military operations in multiple Islamic countries and with a rapidly growing Muslim population at home, the answer is of critical importance to the future of Western Civilization.
Relying primarily on Islam's own sources, House of War: Islam's Jihad Against the World (formerly Religion of Peace? Islam's War Against the World and now available in paperback), compellingly documents that Islam is indeed a violent, expansionist ideology that seeks the subjugation and destruction of other faiths, cultures, and systems of government.
To be published by WND Books on July 8, House of War explains how Islam is more than just a religion. It is a system of government, seeking to extend its own peculiar legal code – Sharia law – over the entire world. The "peace" Islam seeks is a world united by the Islamic faith and Sharia law under which all other faiths and political regimes have been either suppressed or eliminated. "Jihad" is the violent struggle against the non-Islamic world to bring it into "submission" to Islamic rule.
"The idea that Islam is a religion of peace," says Davis, "is fundamentally, totally, and disastrously wrong." Westerners have been indoctrinated to believe that the jihadists they see on television are extremists who have twisted their religion to serve a violent purpose, when in fact, "Islam is intrinsically violent. It is the impetus for modern terrorism, and its doctrines necessitate that the only possible relationship between Islamic civilization and non-Islamic civilization is war or subjugation," says Davis. By delving into key Islamic writings, Davis reveals the fastest-growing religion in the world for what it is – an existential threat to Western Civilization, a reality to which Western leaders remain determinedly blind.
G. M. Davis is a Mideast scholar, author, and filmmaker. He graduated from the University of Rochester in 1997 with a BA in political science, and from Stanford in 2003 with a PhD in the same area of study. In 2005, he produced and directed the feature documentary, Islam: What the West Needs to Know.
House of War will be available on July 8, 2015.
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