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"To win the War on Terror, we must understand our enemies. Thecourageous and indefatigable Robert Spencer busts myths and tellstruths about jihadists that no one else will tell. The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades) is indispensable reading."
-- Michelle Malkin, author, In Defense of Internment
"With a provocative and irreverent style, Robert Spencer assails, withmuch erudition, the taboos imposed by the Politically Correct League. Adaring tonic that teaches fundamental truths."
-- Bat Ye'or, author, Eurabia and The Decline of Eastern Christianity Under Islam
"The jihad that the Western world faces today is identical in itsmotivations and goals to that which Europe managed to stave off almosta thousand years ago thanks in large part to the Crusades of whichthe West is now ashamed. In this book, Robert Spencer tells the truththat few in the U.S. or Europe wish to face. Today's jihad, as Spencerillustrates here, is proceeding on two fronts: one of violence andterror, and another of cultural shaming and the rewriting of history.Here is a devastating riposte to that revisionism -- and a clarion callfor the defense of the West, before it is too late."
-- Ibn Warraq, author of Why I Am Not A Muslim and editor of Leaving Islam and What the Koran Really Says
"The value of Spencer’s book is twofold. He reminds us of theconsequences of our failure to come to grips with the message andimplications of Islam. And he warns against the spirit of masochisticself-loathing that permeates the Western elite class. In a sane worldSpencer’s recommendations -- notably that the upholders of shariashould be treated as political radicals and subjected to appropriatesupervision -- would not be deemed 'politically incorrect' buteminently sensible."
-- Serge Trifkovic, author, Sword of the Prophet
"With the 2005 'Kingdom of Heaven' movie trying to visualize the actualscenes that occurred between European Crusaders and Arab Muslim armiesin the Middle Ages, the whole issue of the clash of civilizations cameback to haunt politicians. Traditional historians used to relate facts.Politicized historians, such as Amine Maalouf, insisted that WesternCrusaders were evil, and their enemies were righteous. Robert Spencer,an expert on historical Jihad, responds with a 'politically incorrect'but academically sound and challenging work. Spencer displays enourmousamount of well research material. He throws the ball back into the campof Arabist historians."
-- Walid Phares, author, Lebanese Christian Nationalism: The Rise and Fall of an Ethnic Resistance
"Sweeping away the politically correct myths about a tolerant, peacefulIslam brutalized by demonic Christian Crusaders, Robert Spencer in thispowerful, important book lets the facts of history speak forthemselves. The truth he recovers is simple: an aggressive, violentIslamic creed for fourteen centuries has waged war against the infidelWest, a scourge of conquest and persecution that roused the Crusadersto restore the Near East to the Christian and Hellenic culturedevastated by the armies of Islam. Spencer's rousing, straight-talkingbook is a much-needed antidote to the poisonous propaganda thatcompromises our current battle against jihadist murder."
-- Bruce S. Thornton, author, Greek Ways: How the Greeks Created Western Civilization