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Recommended books

The following are books that Judy and I have read that have helped form our thinking on the subject of Islam and immigration in America:

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America Alone by Mark Steyn

Terrorist Hunter by Anonymous

The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades) by Robert Spencer

Jihad Incorporated: A Guide to Militant Islam in the US by Steve Emerson

Because They Hate: A Survivor of Islamic Terror Warns America by Brigitte Gabriel

Unholy Alliance: Radical Islam and the American Left by David Horowitz

Infidel by Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Now they call me Infidel: Why I renounced Jihad for America, Israel, and the War on Terror by Nonie Darwish

Future Jihad: Terrorist Strategies against the West by Walid Phares

The West’s Last Chance by Tony Blankley

Hatred’s Kingdom: How Saudi Arabia Supports the New Global Terrorism by Dore Gold

Londonistan by Melanie Phillips

The Truth about Mohammad: Founder of the World’s Most Intolerant Religion by Robert Spencer

The Death of the West by Patrick Buchanan

Infiltration: How Muslim spies and subversives have penetrated Washington by Paul Sperry

The Siege of Mecca by Yaroslav Trofimov

State of Emergency by Patrick Buchanan

The Legacy of Jihad by Andrew Bostom

Disinformation by Richard Miniter

Booklets from the David Horowitz Freedom Center (to order, call 800-752-6562, ext. 209, or go to the Freedom Center’s bookstore, here):

What Americans Need To Know About Jihad by Robert Spencer

The Islamic Mein Kampf

Why Israel Is The Victim In The Middle East by David Horowitz

The Nazi Roots of Palestinian Nationalism and Islamic Jihad by David Meir-Levi

The Violent Oppression Of Women In Islam by Robert Spencer and Phyllis Chesler

13 Responses to “Recommended books”

  1. Josef A. sounds like someone on the Left. Anyone that thinks differently from them obviously cannot be objective.

  2. Great reading list, and the additional recommendations by Research Canadian are excellent. If most people would read just two or three any books from these lists…, but I guess I’m dreaming.

  3. Josef A. said

    It is clear by your reading list that you advocate for readers to only be exposed to materials that reinforce your real or imagined pre-existing beliefs. Objectivity is a key to true knowledge. Don’t be afraid.

  4. ellen said

    The American Future A History by: Simon Schama

    In four crucial debates-on wars, religion, race, and immigration, and the relationship between natural resources and prosperity-Schama looks back to see more clearly into the future.

    Blowback The Costs and Consequences of American Empire by: Chalmers Johnson

    “Lone superpower” produced military overstretch; globalization led to economic overstretch; both have distorted our culture and basic values as we continue to try to justify our imperialism, and assuage our guilt through auto-pilot driven immigration of peoples from all over the world.

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  6. Research Canadian said

    Reflections on the Revolution In Europe: Immigration, Islam and the West By: Christopher Caldwell

    Islam and Dhimmitude: Where Civilizations Collide By: Bat Yeor

    Eurabia:The Euro-Arab Axis By: Bat Yeor

    While Europe Slept: How Radical Islam is Destroying The West From Within By: Bruce Bawer

    Chasing A Mirage: The Tragic Illusion of An Islamic State By: Tarek Fatah(Founder of The Canadian Muslim Congress)

    Mirror of The Arab World: Lebanon in Conflict By: Sandra Mackey

    The Force of Reason/ The Pride and The Rage/ by: Oriana Fallaci(an Italian overseas foreign journalist)

    Religion of Peace? Islam’s War Against the World by Gregory M. Davis

    Hooray! We Surrender By: Henrik Broder
    Gil Yaron– Henrik Broder, a prominent Jewish journalist in Germany

    An Orthodox Response to Islam By: Father Daniil Sysoyev(a Russian preist, shot to death).

    “The Coming Balkan Caliphate” By: Chris Deliso

    Undercover in Little Morocco, behind the closed doors of radical Islam by Hind Fraihi.

    Among Criminal Muslims A psychologist’s experience from Copenhagen. By: Nicolai Sennels

    Long Live Israel – From the Ideology of Death to the Civilization of Life: My Story.
    By: Magdi Allam A Muslim Italian convert to Catholic

    Oysters with the Missing Pearls
    Turkish Cypriot journalist Sevgul Uludag´s 2006 book,

    See Us By: Amal Aden, a pseudonym for the Somalian author.

    Lajja “Shame” By: Taslima Nasreen A Bangladeshi writer

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  9. huntingnasrallah said

    The Voice of Hezbollah: statements of Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah

    by Nicholas Noe…it is a must read.

    Gary H. Johnson, Jr.
    http://unitedagainstislamicsupremacism.wordpress.com

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  12. [...] Darwish is the author of one of the books we recommend, Now They Call Me Infidel.  Here is a recent article she wrote, Women: A World Apart, on Policy [...]

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