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(view spoiler)[Unfortunately, I see that this book has gotten a lot of attention, but the truth is that it has not foundation in facts. She wrote this to make a name as it is very easy these days to make a name using the media as long as one speaks out against Islam and Muslims. I thought is was disturbing. What did you think? (hide spoiler)]
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Karen Cowgill I liked this book. If she sounds a little harsh, it is because she LIVED the life. It wasn't to make a name or to make Islam as a whole look bad. She told her life story. She has read the Koran, she knows how the people in her world think. Not all Muslims are terrorists, not by a long chalk, but some ARE! It would be wrong to stick our heads in the sand and hope things will get better, but look what happened in San Bernardino, Ca! You should be disturbed by a book from a woman such as Nonie Darwish, as I said at the beginning, she lived it!