By Ed Rodgers
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Published: Jan. 02, 2012
Words: 11,821 (approximate)
Duped awakens the average American citizen to the threat the Muslim Brotherhood poses to his livelihood, freedom, and way of life. While America sleeps, this well entrenched enemy organization is well on its way to overthrowing America by co-opting thousands of her leaders. This book reveals the MB's strategy and success as well as what the average American can do to help turn things around.
Duped attempts to wake up the average American citizen to a hidden danger that is threatening his livelihood, freedom, and way of life. While America sleeps, a well entrenched enemy organization is well on its way to overthrowing America by co-opting thousands of her leaders. This book unmasks the real Muslim Brotherhood, revealing its true nature, its checkered past, and its strategy for winning over key leaders in America’s religious, educational, political, and intelligence communities, as well as the media. It also reveals why the strategy is working so well and what the average American can do to help turn things around.
, al qaeda
, muslim brotherhood
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