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My Year Inside Radical Islam:

A Critique

By Bill Whitehouse

Smashwords Edition

© 2009, Bill Whitehouse

Interrogative Imperative Institute

P.O. Box 831

Bangor, Maine


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About six or seven months ago I read the book ‘‘My Year Inside Radical Islam’’ by Daveed Gartenstein-Ross. While reading the book, a number of thoughts and emotions bubbled to the surface, among which were a certain sense of resonance with various facets of the author’s experiences, as well as a sense of empathy for him because of his worries that he might be assassinated by some radicalized, fundamentalist, self-appointed, presumptuous ‘agent’ of an invented theology who believed that if anyone became Muslim and, then, moved on to some other faith system, then such an apostate must be killed. On the other hand, I also found myself in disagreement with a number of the author’s ideas and some of his conclusions.

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