Bleeding for Allah: Why Islam will Conquer the Free World. What Americans Need to Know.

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AuthorHouse, Nov 19, 2007 - History - 308 pages
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    Over 4 years in the making, “Bleeding for Allah” scrutinizes Islam from the very birth of the religion. The Koran, the Holy Book of more than one billion people worldwide, is systematically analyzed to reflect the true nature of its message.  “Bleeding for Allah” goes the full distance in detailing the uncomfortable and painful truth of that message.

    Although touted as a peaceful religion and Islamic terrorists dismissed as misguided fanatics, it is clear that the very words of Allah, as voiced through the Archangel Gabriel to the Prophet Muhammad, are anything but peaceful.  Markus Aurelius, in concise and clear fashion, gives countless examples of Koranic verse that readily demonstrates its militancy and violence. 

    The author speaks to cultural bias and is quite sensitive to its influence on interpretation.  But the author finds it extremely difficult to dismiss countless holy verse such as: “Believers, take neither the Jews nor the Christians for your friends.” (Koran, 5:51) or: “Prophet, make war on the unbelievers and the hypocrites, and deal sternly with them.” (Koran, 66:9).  To further try to eliminate cultural bias, the book includes a comparative analysis of specific words between the New Testament and the Koran.  For example, the words “punishment” and “torture” appear 600% more in the Koran while the word “love” appears 500% less.

    The author carefully examines the Prophet Muhammad’s life and outlines the gruesome details of his explosive success in the 7th century. The shrewd Prophet creatively found divine support from Allah for his banditry and mass murder.  Sadly, more than one billion people believe those words today.

    Americans are woefully in the dark regarding the Koran.  But few Americans have taken the time to read the Koran itself.  Markus Aurelius challenges the American public to do just that. “Bleeding for Allah” is the perfect primer.


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PART I The Making of a Religion
PART II The Growth Pains of Islam
PART III Abrahams Sorrow
Appendix A
Appendix B
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