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With strident confidence, American Congress for Truth founder Gabriel rebukes the American public for being "weak, asleep or careless" in the face of Muslim terrorism. A Christian survivor of the vicious civil war between Lebanese Christians and Muslims in the 1970s, Gabriel leans on her own terrifying experiences to condemn Muslims, without apparent regard for their ethnicity, ideology or historical role. Consistently using the words "Muslim" and "Arab" as if they were interchangeable, she concludes that the U.S. is "facing total destruction" at the hands of people who are uncultured and cruel, and prescribes such solutions as "profile, profile and profile," and banning "hate education" in Islamic institutions. Though her writing is eloquent and her passion tremendous, Gabriel's strict dichotomy between "evil versus goodness" is too extreme to be informative. Readers will be forced to decide whether or not to accept her heart-felt bias. (Oct.)
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“Brigitte Gabriel eloquently reminds America what is truly at stake in this struggle against terrorism: our families, our way of life, and our hopes. Ms. Gabriel's personal account of her own experience is riveting, compelling and spellbinding. This is a must read for the entire American public . . . Because They Hate contains monumental revelations that will shock and disturb you. But it is also a story of an indomitable spirit--Brigitte's-- that will move you.” ―Steve Emerson, author of American Jihad: The Terrorists Living Amongst Us, Executive Director, the Investigative Project on Terrorism
“Her writing is eloquent and her passion tremendous” ―Publishers Weekly
“Brigitte Gabriel eloquently reminds America what is truly at stake in this struggle against terrorism: our families, our way of life, and our hopes. Ms. Gabriel's personal account of her own experience is riveting, compelling and spellbinding. This is a must read for the entire American public . . . This book contains monumental revelations that will shock and disturb you. But it is also a story of an indomitable spirit--Brigitte's-- that will move you.” ―Steve Emerson, author of American Jihad: The Terrorists Living Amongst Us, Executive Director, the Investigative Project on Terrorism
“[Brigitte Gabriel's] writing is a critical wake-up call to Americans as we face the threat of takeover by jihadists. We are glad to be able to help her share her story with God-fearing, patriotic Americans who care about the truth and want to learn about the threat every nation throughout the world is facing from radical Islam.” ―Paul F. Crouch, Jr., Vice President of Administration, Trinity Broadcasting Network
“A compelling and captivating personal story with a powerful lesson about threats to freedom in our time.” ―R. James Woolsey, Director of Central Intelligence, 1993-95
“Because They Hate should be read by all to understand radical Islam. . . This book gives dire warning of what is to come if the democratic and Western world does not take responsible action to protect its people and societies. The United States is the primary target as Islamic Radicalism attempts to spread its worldwide dominance.” ―Paul E. Vallely, Maj. General US Army (Ret.), FOX News Channel Military Analyst, and coauthor of Endgame: The Blueprint for Victory in the War on Terror
“Part memoir and part analysis of the social, political, and religious factors that created the current situation in the Middle East, Gabriel issues a clear warning.” ―The Tampa Tribune
“Gabriel makes her case, but also offers a sound and powerful program of what we have to do as a nation and as individuals to stave off defeat by radical Islam.” ―The Bulletin
“Gabriel believes the West is complacent about the threat posed by radical Islam. She learned while growing up Christian in Lebanon that Islamofascists are serious―and if we want to survive we better take them seriously. She speaks with the passion of a survivor who has seen death and destruction firsthand―and doesn't want America to suffer the same future as Lebanon. ” ―World MagazineSee all Product Description
She has her agenda and it is obvious, which is much appreciated. Definitely worth the read. Got me very interested in finding out more about Islam.Published 1 month ago by Richard
Finally someone talks about the reality of what the world faces.Published 1 month ago by Brian King
This amazing lady tells her incredible story in a way that made me feel almost as though I was there. I couldn't put the book down. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Eva Glover
This is a first hand account of a Lebanese girl who survived Islamic terror, literally living in a small underground cellar for 7 years. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Edison
Excellent information written in a totally 'reader-friendly' fashion, without dumbing it down.Published 12 months ago by Celine Holloway
Brigittes books are factual and worth reading as she points out the Koran is full of hatred .Read it and see for yourself. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Alex
This is a very gripping account of this brave young lady's life and an expose of how the muslims are trying to create a global caliphate.Published 13 months ago by Robert Nixon
Memories of childhood are always bigger and better than we imagine , as we find out when we return to the area's of our childhood as adultsPublished 14 months ago by Atticus