A Moving Experience

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AuthorHouse, Aug 5, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 308 pages
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This book is based upon our YouTube series Idiots Guide to Islam, of Q & A chapters that are listened to. It is fully complimented, with more details on our web site www.inthenameofallah.org the purpose of this book is to enlighten, step by step, an otherwise IGNORANT immense majority of humanity among both the so called Believers & Unbelievers about the FACTS & REALITYof the Cult of Muhammadan Islam. All references are based entirely upon the Arabic language of the Quran, Hadiths, Arab & Islamic histories. It analyses almost every concept, precept, thought, idea, expression and relevant verse of the Quran and contains extremely controversial and unusual statements and conclusions. By the time one has either read this book or listened to the series, one will become so knowledgeable on the Quran, Hadiths, Arab & 'Islamic' histories, to such an extent, that never again would one be fooled, deceived or misled regarding these subjects.

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About the author (2008)

Lesley-Anne Mould was born in Brazil, has travelled extensively and now lives with her husband in England, in her 25th home.

After boarding school she studied at Kianda College in Nairobi, Kenya and went on to work as a secretary at the University of Nairobi.

She became an RGN in 1975 and qualified as a theatre nurse in 1980 having worked in numerous hospitals.

Craving some stability after her nomadic childhood, she vowed that she would never marry a man who travelled.  That was not to be.  Since her marriage and the birth of her two children she has continued to ride the global merry-go-round.

She still has many unusual and amusing stories to tell and is contemplating writing a sequel to A Moving Experience.

Although Lesley-Anne enjoys living in the countryside with her many animals, she is imbued with an insatiable wanderlust and knows that, one day, she will be moving on.

Her destination remains a mystery.

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