Stealth Jihad

  • by Robert Spencer
  • Narrated by Lloyd James
  • 9 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Most terrorism experts agree: it is not "if" we are attacked again, but "when". Yet the assault has already happened. A silent battle is being waged on our nation every day. Not with guns and bombs, but via covert sources: Islamic charities, the ACLU, even presidential candidates. They are all pawns in a stealth holy war, unwittingly advancing the jihadist agenda not by violence but through endeavors designed to acclimate and subject us to Islamic law - just the way Osama bin Laden wants it. In Stealth Jihad, best-selling author Robert Spencer exposes how a silent but lethal movement is advancing on the United States and calls upon Americans to resist it - before it's too late.


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Intro to the Radical Islamic Agenda for America

The implications of Spencer's book, at first glance, struck me as alarmist hyperbole designed to sell books to a fearful audience. However with careful documentation of the subject matter and a persuasive writing style, he carefully makes his points without the use of the fear mongering rhetoric that I had feared prior to purchasing this audiobook.

The narrator, Lloyd James, was an excellent choice. His voice is authoritative, yet not condescending. He reads with an even tone and cadence that contributed to the perception that this book was a reasoned, factual documentary of the radical Islamic agenda for the United States.

Unfortunately, it is precisely the fact that this book is a well-documented, reasoned, and calmly presented account of its topic, and not a shrill, anti-Islamic diatribe, that make its conclusions all the more frightening for our nation's future. This book's implications are an unpleasant reality that must be understood and confronted by the American public. Put this selection on your "must read" (listen) list.
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- Richard

It Pays To Know Thy Neighbor

Our society is filled with life's little subtleties, and this book reminds me that there are many things going on in our midst that were not even aware of.

I remember a great saying that I heard many years ago..... " Notice What You Notice". I guess if ever there was a time to heed that advice, the time is now. But, yet at the same time we can't live in fear and we have to continue living the life that we have.
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- James

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-09-2009
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio