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The Vampire Jihad By Teejay LeCapois
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Born on Mount Liban, Lebanon, to a Maronite Christian family in 207 A.D. Aida Suleiman is transformed into a vampire by undead Egyptian prince Wahankh at age 24. Across the ages she's been a force... More > for justice, constantly battling rival vampires, werewolves, demons and other monsters to protect mankind. In the 21st century she faces a new threat, the Roamers. They're a race of monsters designed to destroy vampires. Enters sexy Jamaican athlete Marcel Thaddeus, whom Aida is intensely drawn to. Is this mysterious man strangely connected to the supernatural Aida's new ally or a deadly foe whose true motives are unknown ?< Less
Jihad, According to Abraham and the Prophets By Robert Roberg
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This is a study of the concept of Holy War as found in many religions of the world, but primarily in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Most, Jews, Christians and Muslims do not understand Holy War the... More > same way Abraham and the prophets understood it. (Hardback 244 pages)< Less
Jihad, According to Abraham and the Prophets By Robert Roberg
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This is a study of the concept of Holy War as found in many religions of the world, but primarily in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Most, Jews, Christians and Muslims do not understand Holy War the... More > same way Abraham and the prophets understood it. (Hardback 244 pages)< Less
A CRITICAL EXPOSITION OF THE POPULAR "JIHÁD." By MOULAVI GHERÁGH ALI
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From the INTRODUCTION: Object of the book. In publishing this work, my chief object is to remove the general and erroneous impression from the minds of European and Christian writers regarding... More > Islam, that Mohammad waged wars of conquest, extirpation, as well as of proselytizing against the Koreish, other Arab tribes, the Jews, and Christians; that he held the Koran in one hand and the scimitar in the other, and compelled people to believe in his mission. I have endeavoured in this book, I believe on sufficient grounds, to show that neither the wars of Mohammad were offensive, nor did he in any way use force or compulsion in the matter of belief. --MOULAVI GHERÁGH ALI< Less
THE TRUTH ABOUT THE SHAR'IAH: Looking Behind It By Olatubosun Macaulay
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Why are Christians worried about the Shariah? The Shariah forbids fornication, adultery, stealing, alcoholism and other vices which are equally condemned by Christianity.Therefore, why are Christians... More > worried about the Shariah? It is not enough to condemn the Shariah just because it is Islamic nor is it enough to condemn it because of the stiff and rather harsh penalties it recommends for some crimes. The truth is that, there are many more things to the issue of the Shariah than meet the eye. Therefore, the Christian will have to look behind the Shariah with the discerning eye of the Holy Spirit in order to uncover the hidden goals of the Shariah. Whenever, we see Satan seeming to fight against himself, we need to be wary because there MUST be a catch somewhere. As we allow the Holy Spirit to take us behind the Shariah, we shall see that catch, which has been cleverly covered up in the Shariah.< Less
ISLAM FAQ By Jim McCrudden
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From angels to adultery, from charity to jihad, from prayer to stoning. From fatwas on modesty in dress to fatwas that are death sentences. From worship of God to stoning as punishment. This is no... More > dry-as-dust report on Muslim doctrines, nor is it a detailed recounting of terrorist atrocities. A readable, informative, and, above all, reliable and accurate examination of Muslim beliefs, practices and aims. The good, the bad, and the ugly. Is stoning for adultery still the law? Do Christians and Muslims worship the same God? Is jihad compulsory for Muslims? Is violent spread of Islam ordered? Who are the religious police? Can a Muslim change his religion without risk of being killed? What rights to women have? Can they inherit? Is it unlawful to draw pictures? Islam FAQ answers these questions and about 200 more. If you have a decision coming up on a Muslim issue, get the straight facts – from Islamic sources.< Less
ISLAM FAQ By Jim McCrudden
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From angels to adultery, from charity to jihad, from prayer to stoning. From fatwas on modesty in dress to fatwas that are death sentences. From worship of God to stoning as punishment. This is no... More > dry-as-dust report on Muslim doctrines, nor is it a detailed recounting of terrorist atrocities. A readable, informative, and, above all, reliable and accurate examination of Muslim beliefs, practices and aims. The good, the bad, and the ugly. Is stoning for adultery still the law? Do Christians and Muslims worship the same God? Is jihad compulsory for Muslims? Is violent spread of Islam ordered? Who are the religious police? Can a Muslim change his religion without risk of being killed? What rights to women have? Can they inherit? Is it unlawful to draw pictures? Islam FAQ answers these questions and about 200 more. If you have a decision coming up on a Muslim issue, get the straight facts – from Islamic sources.< Less
Fearless Love: In the Midst of Terror By David Witt, Mujahid El Masih
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Rediscovering Jesus’ Spirit of Martyrdom With Meditations of Christ and His Love The Power and Hope in Christian Martyrdom Murder or Love? What is the difference between Islamic and Biblical... More > martyrdom? Why is martyrdom the key to understanding Islamic terrorism? This book gives answers and tools to overcome terrorism with transformation. The true stories and illustrations will bring challenge, inspiration and hope in these precarious days.< Less
New Jihadists & Islam By Daniel (Ghasem) Akbari
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Have you ever thought that a cool-looking young kid might actually be a Jihadist? Daniel Akbari, a Sharia lawyer, a criminologist, and an Islamic expert analyses the most controversial Islamic issues... More > related to the new generation of jihadists in the United States. He speaks from the authority of being an Islamic Mujtahid who has studied in Qom, the holiest city in Iran and the center of learning and teaching for Shia Islam. No matter how much you know about Islam, you will find something useful in this book to increase your knowledge about Islam and the new generation of Jihadists in the United States. Daniel (Ghasem) Akbari was born and raised in Iran. He studied law at Tehran University Law School in Qom, Iran. After graduation he became a lawyer and a member of the Iranian Bar Association. Daniel practiced law as a Number One attorney and handled many cases before the Iranian Supreme Court. He immigrated to the United States and pursued his education in criminology.< Less
New Jihadists & Islam By Daniel (Ghasem) Akbari
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Have you ever thought that a cool-looking young kid might actually be a Jihadist? Daniel Akbari, a Sharia lawyer, a criminologist, and an Islamic expert analyses the most controversial Islamic issues... More > related to the new generation of jihadists in the United States. He speaks from the authority of being an Islamic Mujtahid who has studied in Qom, the holiest city in Iran and the center of learning and teaching for Shia Islam. No matter how much you know about Islam, you will find something useful in this book to increase your knowledge about Islam and the new generation of Jihadists in the United States. Daniel (Ghasem) Akbari was born and raised in Iran. He studied law at Tehran University Law School in Qom, Iran. After graduation he became a lawyer and a member of the Iranian Bar Association. Daniel practiced law as a Number One attorney and handled many cases before the Iranian Supreme Court. He immigrated to the United States and pursued his education in criminology.< Less