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Islamic Violence in America's Streets

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The growth of Islam in the United States looks much like an invasion with the Muslim population numbering more than three million. Mosques in the United States number more than two thousand and growing rapidly. In Islamic Violence in America's Streets, author Ronald K. Pierce offers a clear and balanced discussion that explores the many aspects of Islam as it has and will ...more
Paperback, 226 pages
Published August 6th 2014 by iUniverse
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Feb 26, 2016 Z rated it did not like it
Make that zero stars. Do not waste your time on this read. The small amount of information gathered stretches through the entire novel to make the point of attempts at convincing that Islam is 'so very destructive'.
SALLY WHITE
Feb 08, 2016 SALLY WHITE rated it liked it
Thank you Goodreads for sending me this book. This was a thought provoking read, with many reasons put forward to argue that there is now a real threat to the USA. There has been a good deal of research undertake and some logical conclusions made. However the book makes little attempt to ask the question why recent events have brought an increase in the threat. It does not examine western involvement in the bombing of predominantly Muslim counties such as Iraq and Syria, or the current ...more
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Jun 18, 2016 Rhonda Barkhouse rated it it was amazing
This is a Goodreads First Reads win. This book gives a clear understanding of Islam and the controversy surrounding it. In light of recent events this is a must read. Definitely not for the politically correct.
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I really enjoyed this book. It makes you stop and think. So much going on in this world. I won this book from Goodreads.
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