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The Complete Infidel's Guide to the Koran (Complete Infidel's Guides) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 22. September 2009

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ROBERT SPENCER is the director of Jihad Watch, a program of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, and the author of ten books, including the "New York Times" bestsellers "The Truth About Muhammad" and "The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades)". Spencer is a weekly columnist for "Human Events" and "FrontPage Magazine", and has led seminars on Islam and jihad for the United States Central Command, United States Army Command and General Staff College, the U.S. Army's Asymmetric Warfare Group, the FBI, the Joint Terrorism Task Force, and the U.S. intelligence community.


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This book gives the reader the perfect summary of the Koran he needs to understand it. For the more polemic reader, it also supplies excellent, elaborate Arguments to counter Islamization within the west.
Must read for every European.
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HASH(0x99509534) von 5 Sternen Koran Quran Guide 13. September 2009
Von William Garrison Jr. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is not a new translation of the Muslim's holy book: The Koran/Quran. Nor is it a chapter-by-chapter review of the Koran, whereby each chapter is analyzed and explained. Instead, as implied in its title, it is a well-written "Guide" to the Koran. Essentially, the author has selected 75 or so significant topics discussed in the Koran and explains their current significance to Muslims, and how jihadists may use them to justify their attacks against "infidels" (including Muslims whom the jihadists believe are not on the `Straight Path' in following Islam). The author compares passages from both the Koran and the Bible, and explains the many differences of similar stories in them. Some of these topics include: abrogation/changes in Koranic verses (ayats); the devil sleeps in your nose; Adam & Eve; Abel & Cain (why the crow?), the jizya tax, King Solomon's problem with the Queen of Sheba's hairy legs; Jesus and his flying clay birds; some of Muhammad's raids; slavery of the `right hand'; how the Jews and Christians `corrupted' their holy books; the Isaac vs. Ishmael sacrifice dispute; Moses and the Pharaoh differences; did Allah promise Israel to the Jews?; hot hellfire for the kuffars; can Jews and Christians be `tolerated' by Muslims if the former were created from `apes and pigs' by Allah?; did Muhammad actually ride to Jerusalem?; were all Jewish prophets really Muslims?; was Jesus neither divine nor crucified?; wife beating; and much more. Besides selecting topics from just the Koran, the author also discusses current topical-issues being raised by U.S. Pres. Obama, the fundamentalist Osama bin Laden, and miscellaneous Muslim spokesmen. The author discusses the historical development of the Koran. Besides quoting merely from the Koran, the author also quotes from other Islamic sources (such as the hadith) to help explain some poignant topic. As the author himself commented: "This is not a general guide to the Koran" (p. 20). To read a chapter-by-chapter review of Mohammad's "Koran," see the "Bogging the Quran" serial at the author's JIHAD WATCH website. Hopefully, someday this series will be reprinted in book form. If you want more of an analysis of the Quran itself, I suggest "Introduction to the Qur'an" by W. Montgomery Watt (and Richard Bell); Edinburgh Univ. Press, 1970 (ISBN 0-7486-0597-5).
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HASH(0x9a758894) von 5 Sternen Shining some light into the Koran's opacity and dubiety 28. September 2009
Von ChrisLA - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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While there will never be a level playing field for addressing the contents of the Koran, Spencer goes overboard to present the opinions of apologists for Islam along side the concerns voiced by those who are alarmed by the contents of Islam's sacred book. The readers, at least, are informed of the opposing views and can assess their merits.

As a "Guide," the book pulls together the fragments of themes which are actually scattered in various parts of the Koran, explains illusions which would not be understood by the average English reader -- such as "right hand possesses" and "striving in the way of Allah", highlights the many contradictory themes, and compares the descriptions of events recorded by the "all-knowing Allah" with existing pre-Islamic accounts of the same events. Thanks to Spencer's patient unravelling of the Gordian knot, readers will gain new insights into many of familiar themes in religious history and theology.

But Spencer acknowledges on page 97 that all of this new knowledge may not help Infidels vis-a-vis Muslims: ". . [t]he Koran consistently assumes that the Infidels are not people who have come to a good faith decision that Islam is false. . . In the Koran, those who reject Islam are never acting out of sincere conviction. . . so anyone who rejects it must not be dong so out of intellectual or spiritual conviction, but out of narrow self-interest or desire for material gain. . . In other words, their unbelief in Islam is . . sheer perversity."

If knowledge is power, this book will be very useful for policy makers and opinion leaders.
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HASH(0x99910e28) von 5 Sternen Another Great Contribution By Robert Spencer 8. September 2009
Von Andrew J. Stunich - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
After reading this book, my impression of Mr. Spencer remains unchanged. He met his usual high standards. His work is an important contribution to the debate about Islam that can be so full of deception and inaccuracies. As one can see by reading my other reviews of Robert Spencer's books, I enthusiastically endorse his work. His command of the subject matter is flawless and undeniable. He supports his facts and opinions with unassailable citations. Mr. Spencer has a natural talent for stating his case and proving it. Moreover, he takes what would appear to be at first blush to be a dry subject and makes it interesting by illustrating how the Qu'ran plays such an important role in terrible events around the World. It is hard for those who are unfamiliar with the hadiths and history of Muhammad to understand large segments of the Qu'ran and it is for that reason that I believe this work is so important. Those who lack the time to thoroughly examine Islamic doctrine for themselves can gain an understanding that meets or exceeds their needs by simply reading this book and "The Truth About Muhammad." Both books can be easily read in a day or two and readers will advance their ability to understand political issues related to Islam and can avoid falling for the numerous deceptions advanced to hide the true nature of the Islamic faith. My only hesitation in endorsing this book is that Mr. Spencer is so adept at organization and presentation that one might gain the false perception that the Qu'ran is an organized, logically written book, but the truth is that it is hard to imagine that a more poorly written and organized book than the Qu'ran could be produced. One needs to read the original to see that the Qu'ran is what it appears to be - a book that was created and organized by early Muslims that had little experience in reading and writing books. It follows that the Qu'ran is about as well written and organized as the work of a first grade class and far from being evidence of Muhammad's claim that he was called by God to be humanity's Messenger, it is proof positive that he was but one of many pretenders, albeit one that was successful in this life. This book will make you realize that even if one accepted the false assertion that Islamic doctrine stems solely from the Qu'ran as many Islamic apologists seem to try and suggest, a Qu'ran only Islam may be less clear and therefore more susceptible to false claims about its meaning, but it is no less a religion of violence than is Islam based on the Qu'ran, hadith and history of Muhammad.

I would like to close with one last thought. A democracy is only as strong as its voters as it is the will of those who vote that ultimately control the direction the nation will take. As voters we have an obligation to be informed so that we may cast our vote wisely and not waste it by falling prey to slick propaganda and deception. Mr. Spencer's latest work will help you meet your obligation to cast an informed vote on some of the most important issues of our time so please buy it and read it as soon as you can. You will not regret it.
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HASH(0x995bcf90) von 5 Sternen One-sided but informative 31. Juli 2011
Von Jeremiah Myers - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
As an avid fan of world religions, I have to say I bought this book just because the title cracked me up.

I've read the book three times now, and I have to say, Muslim readers beware; you will not like this book. I'm not a Muslim, so I was not offended. The author is very critical of Islam and at times downright sarcastic. So why did I give it four stars?

Well, I read an English translation of the Koran years ago when I was "searching" for religion. The translator was a Muslim, but I was a bit taken back by antisemitic and anti-Christian verses as I came across them. Prior to those verses I had read with an open mind.

As of late, I've been frustrated hearing again and again as our American Presidents Bush and Obama have attempted to convince us that Islam is a "religion of peace". The American media has also repeated this mantra ad nauseam.

My Muslim friends keep telling me that the translation I read was wrong, that the Koran is positive towards "the people of the book" and that the Koran must be read in the original Arabic, etc..

So, I picked up this book.

If you're like me, a Westerner, you've already heard time and time again of the "gotchas" in the bible (Hollywood's favorite is the book of Job), this book will provide you with the "gotchas" in the Koran.

You'll learn the prophet M. allegedly taught it's OK to consummate a marriage with a girl who is nine years old, you'll learn of the obligation to "make war" on the infidels, you'll learn how Jews and Christians are evil, it's OK for Muslims to lie to non-Muslims, and that the Jews supposedly believe that "Ezra is the son of God" (according to the Koran). Say what????

All the gotchas are extensively backed up with Surah and verse so you can look it up yourself to verify the author's claims.

So, I found this book refreshing as it offered a critical view of Islam. As I said, if you're a Westerner, you've certainly been very exposed on the weak points of the bible, and provided with a litany of apologies for Islam, so after all the Rosy presentations of Islam, you may find it refreshing to finally read a critical text.
I found the book informative, humorous, scholarly and a fun read (as a Westerner, again a Muslim may develop an ulcer reading this text). I had to read it a few times to digest the wealth of information (the third time I listened to the unabridged version offered by Audible). So, I was entertained, I laughed out loud, and at times was disgusted.
That's four stars for me.
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HASH(0x994f1708) von 5 Sternen It really is! 2. Dezember 2009
Von bibliophile - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book, from my perspective as a non-Muslim who has read extensively in the Q'uran and the secondary literature in English, is an excellent survey of the contents of the Q'uran. The author compares the available English translation, places each subject in context, and explains it clearly and factually. It is imperative that Westerners understand what the Koran and Hadith say and mean, and their implications for today's geopolitics. The book is well-written, and avoids the breezy condescension which mars so many of these popular "Complete ...'s Guide" books. I strongly recommend it, both for those who have never studied about the Koran and for those who have tried to read it and have given up in despair.
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