The Day of Islam: The Annihilation of America and the Western World

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Prometheus Books, 2007 - Political Science - 288 pages
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In two previous books, Osama's Revenge and The Al Qaeda Connection, this seasoned investigative reporter revealed the alarming potential for nuclear terrorism on U.S. soil and the sinister connections among organized crime, illegal immigrants, and al Qaeda. Now, he broadens his focus beyond al Qaeda to provide readers with newly uncovered information on terrorist activities in Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, other Muslim countries - and our neighbor Canada! What emerges is a harrowing picture of international terrorist activities, all aimed at the destruction of the United States and the collapse of the Western world. This cataclysm will usher in "the Day of Islam," the dream of radical Muslims to see all of humankind fall in submission before the throne of Allah. Sure to be controversial, this shocking exposť sends a wake-up to Americans lulled into a false sense of security in the post-9/11 era.

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The Day of Islam is not for someone who is looking for a happy everyone wins in the end story. Mr. Williams gives names and dates as to what has happened to us in the past that has not been covered by ... Read full review

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Every resident of the U.S. should read this book. We are very naive when it comes to the extremist Islamists. It is very factual and straightforward. Read full review


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Chapter Two The Dawn of Doomsday
Chapter Three From Russia with Lithium

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Paul L. Williams is a journalist and the author of The Day of Islam, Osama's Revenge, The Al Qaeda Connection, and The Vatican Exposed, among other books. The winner of three first-place Keystone Press Awards for journalism, he has written articles for such news outlets as Newsmax, World Net Daily, Family Security Matters, and the National Review. He has also served as a consultant for the FBI, editor and publisher of the Metro (Scranton, PA), and adjunct professor of humanities at the University of Scranton.

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