Radical Eye for the Infidel Guy: Inside the Strange World of Militant Islam

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Prometheus Books, 2007 - Humor - 272 pages
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Are you tired of hearing that Islam is a religion of peace while terrorist plots are uncovered, beheadings of prisoners are broadcast on the Internet, and carnage in Iraq has become routine? Are you fed up with the politically correct whitewashing of the obviously grim realities of radical Islam? Kevin J. Ryan uses sardonic humor and a streak of radical irreverence to expose Islamist ideology for what it really is and to help you develop your own Radical Eye.
Combining the debunking zeal of Thomas Paine’s Age of Reason with Mad magazine’s irreverent view of history and politics, Ryan has written the most politically incorrect — and funniest — book on radical Islam that you’re ever likely to read.

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User Review  - quantum_flapdoodle - LibraryThing

This book is a look at Islam through the eyes of a comedian, and like many other works of comedians, is only sporadically funny. There are many better books on the topic. Read full review

Radical Eye for the Infidel Guy

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Catchy title worthy of its content. An important and fortunately light heartedly serious book for Americans and lovers of freedom worldwide.Filled with historical record this easy read clarifyies and ... Read full review


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Kevin Ryan has spent nearly twenty years as an editor and writer of movie and television tie-in books. He is the author of ten books, including the nationally best-selling novelization of the feature film Van Helsing and the critically acclaimed Star Trek trilogy, Errand of Vengeance. He can be reached at theradicaleye.com.

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