Introduce Your Liberal Friends to an Honest Look at Islam


Below is a message we received from the author of a good book on Islam, who goes by the name Savvy Kafir (SK):

Until the end of January, The Savvy Kafir’s Intro to Islam: A Primer for Puzzled Progressives (normally $5.99) is priced at just 99¢ at Amazon, making it easier for curious Lefties to give it a try.

Written by a progressive, for progressives, this candid analysis of the world’s fastest-metastasizing religion is “a brisk, entertaining read” that “really crackles with wit and positive energy” — a book that does its level best to promote an appreciation of Western civilization, and an understanding of the threat posed by the Demographic Jihad in Europe, the U.S., Canada & Australia.

Recently, more liberals seem ready to learn the brutal truth about the ideology that keeps forcing its way into the news, day after bloody day. More Lefties have begun reading books, watching YouTube videos, listening to podcasts, and visiting counter-jihadi websites, searching for real answers & solid information on the Religion of Peace.

My aim is to reach those liberals who visit counter-jihadi venues such as yours, so they’ll share this fun, feisty, hard-hitting book with their more PC, Islam-friendly friends.

Please do what you can to raise awareness of this timely text. Your help is greatly appreciated!

And thanks again for all you do at Citizen Warrior and An Inquiry Into Islam!



Walter Sieruk 9:49 AM  

One thing some sincere but naive progressives ,liberals,and a few conservatives hope for is a reformation within Islam. They would like a reformation of Islam in order to spot the deadly violence of the militant jihad. Therefore on the topic of a reformation within Islam, a very different yet possible valid and true view on this had bee explain by the Christian, Nabeel Qureshi ,who was in the past was a Muslim .He wrote in his book which is entitled ANSWERING JIHAD wrote about the suggestion "that Islam needs a reformation .What they may not realize is that radical Islam is the Islamic reformation. This might sound shocking, but consider: Just as the Protestant Reformation was an attempt to raze centuries of Catholic tradition and return to the canonical text, so radical Islam is an attempt to raze centuries of traditions of various schools of Islamic thought and return to the canonical text of the Quran and Muhammad's life. This desire to return to the original form of Islam can be seen not only in the words of Sayyid Qutb, but also in his method. He focused almost entirely on references to the Quran. it is true also of the Muslim Brotherhood and ISIS today, whose publications and proclamations are punctuated by references to the Quran and hadith literature. Radical Muslim organizations are explicit in their aim to reform Islam." page 75. Further on pages 79,80 the author makes his case clear by writing that "Radical Islam is the Islamic reformation . The endeavor to modernize Islam and make it relevant to the twenty -first century is called progressive Islam. Progressive Muslim thought leaders, though few in number and limited in influence are present and are working to recreate Islam's religious framework from within. Indeed, that is what it would take for Islam to become devoted to peace - not reformation but reimagination. "

D Cripps 10:52 AM  

The Savvy Kafir also has a website:

Unknown 11:26 PM  

I've done my bit and bought a copy. Good on you, "Savvy Kafir"!

Black Bear Hollow 5:07 AM  

This hasn't happened in 1400 years, I won't be holding my breath.

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