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Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. The clearest and best all-round book on this often confusing subject. Every Christian who wonders about Islam and it's impact on our world should read this one. Well written and powerful. Leana Bosley rated it it was amazing Jul 13, Now, in the 21st century the civilized world is reaping what Chamberlain and all the other appeasers of tyrants, dictators and terrorists have sown.

When a religion is hijacked by the most extreme and radical elements within it, elements which use the writings of the religion's Holy Book to justify their actions, what do we call it? When those extreme elements call for the conversion and subjugation of unbelievers by force or threats of force and death When they impose religious law on believer and unbeliever alike, what do we call it? If this was medieval Europe, we might call it an "Inquisition", if this was the Western Hemisphere in the 15 and 's we might call it 'Conquista'. All those were bloody repressive movements, carried out by a "True Religion" with the goal of 'Bringing Light and Justice to the World'.

This documentary may be overly preachy and ingrained with propagandistic effects but, if the core of it is true And where are those Muslims who stand against radicalism? There are a few out there and they are very brave because, sooner or later, they have a contract put on their heads. And THAT is what the film is about The fatwa's and preachers' sermons mean what they say or they don't.

It's complete nonsense. It's crafted for an audience of Polly-Anna complacency who diet heavily on spoon-fed gibberish, horribly thought out arguments, irrational conclusions, fallacious ideas, and nonsensical logic. Who made this hit peace? When all is said and done; Que Bono? That is, who benefits, in the long run? You don't. You sacrifice money and rights.

Muslims don't, they get our bombs. Try again. Answer this, and you've unlocked a major door. MartinHafer 26 January While the film COULD have taken "an all Muslims are bad" attitude, the film makers were very, very careful NOT to paint the followers of the religion with a broad brush. They pointed out several times that the problem is a small percentage within the faith of radical murderers.

Also, despite a few ridiculous reviews, this film was not some "Zionist" conspiracy. To believe this, you either couldn't have seen the film or you have a brain injury, as many probably half or more of the people in the film who speak out against this terror in the film are Muslims--and some of which are former terrorists or had family members who were suicide bombers. In light of this, you can't logically conclude the film is garbage or pure propaganda or some plot by Fox News. Any review that DOES make these allegations is not to be trusted--after all, some of the comments look more like attacks than an actual analysis of the documentary.

One person even suggested that when the film was advertised as "award winning" that this was a lie--give it a rest and stop with the personal attacks!!

How safe is it to lock up Anjem Choudary in prison with Muslims he could radicalise?

Now this doesn't mean you need to agree with everything in the film--but you also can't just ignore the issue of radicalism or write off the film because it makes you feel uncomfortable or think. The film itself is logically presented, reasonably balanced and informative. Its purpose is to cause an emotional reaction within the viewers and it definitely will do that. It also calls for non-radicals within the faith to stand up against senseless terror and hatred--and what's not to like about that?!

I thought I was knowledgeable about the Middle-East situation. I was shocked to see how much more there is to understanding this global problem. People need to see this movie. Only when we understand our enemy will we be able to defeat them. Our best teachers are those that endured WW II. Now I fully understand why the "Holocaust" should never be forgotten.

It is essential that not only you see this movie but that you send it to as many people as possible. In this way we can put enough pressure on our Politicians to better protect us. If you want to see this movie in its entirety, please send an email to: waragainstterror excite. Propaganda modeled after North Korea lisalaurine 31 August Most of the clips, sound bytes and interviewees here have pretty much restated what is already talked about in the media.

This film works well in not only showing an eye opening for those less news savvy but it also serves to scare the daylights of those who are not usually given a much more complex view of why hatred is rampant in many Islamic communities around the world. This film paints a picture for those who would not care less to think deeply that all Muslims are terrorists or violent and irrational.

The left is also painted as a supporter of terrorism and is pointed at as the cause of radical Islam in the West. This film would do well at Fox News and other mainstream media who only see one side of the story. Shame, shame for lumping 1. Denny 12 April Some people said that this movie is propaganda. Maybe it has a little bit aspect of that, but overall, I can say definitely that this is a well done documentary movie. It has a very high objectivity and clarity value. Through this movie, you can see how these Muslims did a desecration and destruction to Churches, Temples, and other non-Muslim holy shrines.

You also can witness how the Muslim Leaders obligate Muslim to do Jihad all over the world, specially to conquer America and U. There is a cut from Muslim propaganda in this movie that depicts America as a hunter in this world, therefore proper to be shattered. There is also a funny cut from the internet that shows rap song video clip that sung by Muslim that exhibit the robust of Islam Bin Laden, Hamas and Hezbullah.

This movie is filled by opinions and arguments from persons who know deeply about Islam. One good and correct analogy that has been made in this movie is parallelism between Islam and Nazism. You can witness the strict doctrine from both, specially implicated to the way they annihilate their enemy The Kuffar and the Jews. Through this movie, maybe you will have a better understanding about how dangerous Islam is. An excellent film in the documentary genre which should open the eyes of many Americans that may believe as I did, that many of the Islamic radicals are simply a misunderstood and disenfranchised group of people.

I get it now! I consider myself a well read person, and yet until now, I never made the parallel between the present day Islamic radicals and Nazism in the 30's. I must say that the parallel is valid and certainly true considering the rhetoric expounded by the clerics in the film regarding the state of Israel. I for one will never again lament the cause and or foundation for their hatred of our society as a whole and that of the Jewish people.

This video is a must see for every person, especially those that are comfortable with life and think that there is no terrorist threat. It paints a clear a vivid and unbiased view of the state of the world. Radical Islam is a threat and has been since well before This video documents many of the terrorist attacks against the West in recent history. It's straightforward in it's approach and to the point. I also like that it portrays Islam as a whole as a peaceful religion, and a sure defense against radical Islam. If you thought the media has done a good job at broadcasting the war on terror, think again.

This video assembles everything into one summary of the war and what can and must be done to ensure peace in the world. I highly recommend this for teens and up! They all have in common that they have joined a fraternity of nations that have been touched by Muhmmadans radical Islamicists that want to impose Sharia Law on all societies First they take examples from , Britain, Morocco, Kenya, Chechnya and connect the dots. All nations are dealing with this and average citizens don't connect the dots as they don't see these separate fronts as a global conflict with Muhammadans.

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I don't know what order they go in but I will do my best to explain what is contained: They go through: Arab media and TV, America and The West blaming Imperialism for the attacks when it is rooted in the Qur'an to kill all unbelievers, Whalid Shoebat and Nonie Darwish are two people who have grown up in Islam and Shoebat is a former PLO terrorist, Darwish is the daughter of an Egyptian Army lieutenant general, who, when assassinated by the Israeli army, was called a "shahid" by the Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser, although Darwish blames "the Middle Eastern Islamic culture and the propaganda of hatred taught to children from birth" for the assassination of her Father Wikipedia These two understand what the real problem is.

The culture of Hatred which breeds hatred of Jews and Christians as well as the West and since it is commanded in their Qur'an and mandated by Allah, this is a duty with the highest reward. Most Americans have never seen or read a Qur'an so they believe anything told to them by the mainstream media Now, they also go into Arabic television where children express wanting to be a Shahid or a martyr I find this problematic because a martyr dies for what they believe instead of killing in the process too anyway, children no older than 6 are taught to recite jihadist poetry and plan to attack the West, Israel and America.

They tell us also that in The UK, it is extremely problematic as well as in the US because it is in our backyard, then they are sent to Islamic countries to be trained and then sent back into the land to attack wherever they choose. This is the best postmodern warfare because you use the geography of the land to attack your enemy as pointed out by a woman in the film.

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