Honolulu, Hi (PRWEB) March 30, 2012
In his new book "On Guard, America: A Challenge To Islam - Forcing The Enemy Out From Within - Why The Muslim Brotherhood Will Fail" (published by AuthorHouse), Kalai-o-Waha discusses his objections to Islam – which he sees as a threat – and the reasons he believes Americans should not tolerate the practice of Islam in the United States.
Kalai-o-Waha dedicates a majority of the book to examining the Quran and using it to help make his point, which is that a good Muslim cannot be a good American. In his words, the principal goal of his book is, “…to force Islam out of America while their numbers are small enough. If we don’t take action soon, we will become slaves (dhimmis) and will be subjected to pay a poll tax (jizyah) to eat and breathe in what was once our homeland – that’s if we haven’t been beheaded.”
The following excerpt from "On Guard, America" touches on the reasons the author gives to validate the sense of urgency he feels and wishes to pass on to readers:
It is the goal of Islam to convert the entire world to the Islamic faith. If the people do not wish to convert, they are Unbelievers and are to be destroyed…
…By converting the majority of the people in America to Islam, then Islam, through its voting power, can control America.
At the current rate of growth, through conversion, it is estimated that within eight (8) years, America could be an Islamic country.
Kalai-o-Waha bases his arguments on the three versions of the Quran he studied as well as conversations he had with people who had converted to Islam. He says, "The facts are frightening.”
About the Author
Kalai-o-Waha lives in Hawaii. He is a wounded combat veteran and an active Tea Party member.
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