My Year Inside Radical Islam: A Critique

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Bilquees Press, May 23, 2009 - Religion - 120 pages
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In 2007 Daveed Gartenstein-Ross wrote a memoir entitled: 'My Year Inside Radical Islam'. The book outlines a journey starting from a liberal Jewish background, to becoming a Muslim, and, finally, converting to Christianity. A critical fulcrum which leveraged his journey toward the latter conversion involved becoming entangled with a fundamentalist group of Muslims in Ashland, Oregon when he was still a Muslim. The present critique of Mr. Gartenstein-Ross's book takes issue not with the decisions he made at various junctures along his journey, but, rather, explores the manner in which Mr. Gartenstein-Ross came to permit a Muslim group of spiritual counterfeiters to distort his understanding concerning the actual nature of Islam.

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Bill Whitehouse graduated with honors in Social Relations from Harvard University and later received a doctorate in Educational Theory from the University of Toronto. Dr. Whitehouse has been a Muslim for more than 35 years.

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