A New Book On Islamic Inspired Terror: A Global Concern

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Liberty Hill Author’s brief essays on Islam focus on the denied or untold aspects of the religion that pose a threat to non-Muslims, women, and apostates.

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Islam as a source of global hatred, anti-Semitism, and war

Martin Slann’s book Essays on the Ideology and Menace of Islam ($11.99, paperback, 9781545674840; $5.99, e-book, 9781545674857), is available for purchase.

Essays on the Ideology and Menace of Islam is a collection of 30 brief essays that call attention to the various ideological challenges of Islam to western civilization. Emphasis is given to Islam's 14 century old goal of establishing a global caliphate and subjugating non-Muslims.

This volume’s essays were written over several months in order to acquaint the reader with aspects of Islam that are frequently denied or simply ignored by large swathes of the print and electronic media, politicians in both national parties, and public education at all levels. Each essay is brief and focus on topics such as “Islam’s 1400 year history as a violent and relentless adversary of the West,” “Islam as a source of global hatred, anti-Semitism, and war,” and “Islam’s political and totalitarian ideology.”

Martin Slann is Professor of Political Science Emeritus. His doctorate is from the University of Georgia. For a half century he taught classes in political philosophy, Politics of the Middle East, Terrorism, and the Israel-Arab conflict. He’s the author or co-author of several textbooks and the editor or co-editor of numerous scholarly readers. He has been a department chair and a college Dean of Arts and Sciences faculty. His academic appointments include Clemson University, Penn State University, Macon State College, the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, and the University of Texas at Tyler. During retirement he enjoys reading, writing, travel, and playing tennis.

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