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Hohmann’s “Stealth Invasion” is Amazon #1 best seller in Terrorism category

Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 11, 2017

“This book couldn’t be more relevant to where we are right now, as president Trump begins strong actions on immigration and refugee reforms.”

(Susan Freis Falknor)

 

If you want to learn more about ‘Stealth Invasion: Muslim Conquest Through Immigration and Resettlement Jihad,’ please visit Blue Ridge Forum for an excellent book review, here. Then buy the book, educate yourselves, and send a message that Americans are waking up by placing and keeping this important book in best seller categories. It is a small investment to send a message!

 

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6 Responses to “Hohmann’s “Stealth Invasion” is Amazon #1 best seller in Terrorism category”

  1. Nissen Bron said

    Robert Spencer wrote Stealth Jihad in 2008. He makes it very clear that Muslim immigrants are the first soldiers in the coming battle.

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  2. Another one to read is “The Complete Infidel’s Guide to the Koran” by Robert Spencer. I suggest donating these books to your local library, schools, etc. when you are done reading them.

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    • Ann Corcoran said

      Great idea. I have a whole shelf of books on Islam, but can we be sure the library will not trash them?

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      • They will trash them!
        Even if the librarian acquiesce on your gift there will be soon complains from people of the Left and the books will have to be taken off the shelves.
        Still it would be a good thing to try first with a couple books.

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      • I think it depends on how good of shape a book is in as to whether they will take it. If they look worn, they may not take them. Each library probably has its own criteria though. The library near me already has one copy of the book I just posted (it was checked out so they probably need more). You could always try taking just one book in and asking them about their policies and see what they do with the book…and whether it ends up on the shelf. For example, ask them if the book is in good enough shape (maybe try the book you think is in the best shape). The library near me also takes the books they have deemed to be too worn and sells them in the lobby for a few dollars so I guess someone else ends up reading those books too. Again, it probably depends on the library. You could check the library’s online catalog to see what kind of books they already have on Islam and how many are checked out, etc., to see what kind of needs they have.

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        • Ann Corcoran said

          Thanks for all that useful information. It’s worth a try rather than just take them to used book sellers.

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