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Islam: What the West Needs to Know (2006)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 15 January 2006 (USA)
An examination of Islam, violence, and the fate of the non-Muslim world.
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Abdullah Al-Araby ...
Himself - Director, The Pen vs. The Sword Publications
Walid Shoebat ...
Himself - Author
Robert Spencer ...
Himself - Author
Serge Trifkovic ...
Himself - Foreign Affairs Editor, Chronicles Magazine
Bat Ye'or ...
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An examination of Islam, violence, and the fate of the non-Muslim world.

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An examination of Islam, violence, and the fate of the non-Muslim world.

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Bat Ye'or: The Muslims see the extension of jihad as a war liberating the infidels from their infidelity and a privilege for them to enter the religion of Islam and to abandon their wrong belief.
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Well worth going to see
23 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a mind-numbing account of what is written into the fundamentals of Islam. If it is accurate, it is frightening as can be. I wish the movie was still playing and that it will be shown all of the country, and the world. We are a nation wearing blinders of unworldliness. It has made me wonder about people I know who practice this "religion" and if they go home at night and stop being Americans behind closed doors. I also wonder if the speaker who was once a "terrorist" is for real, or if he is capitalizing on his life by selling his books. I googled him and found a lot of self-promotion which turned me off. He seemed sincere and credible in the film though.


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