Getting Through: How to Talk to Non-Muslims About the Disturbing Nature of Islam

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Getting Through: How to Talk to Non-Muslims About the Disturbing Nature of Islam

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Author    Citizen Warrior
Language    English
Subject(s)    Islam, Islamization,
Help and Advice
Publisher    Tennessee Freedom Coalition
Released    August 28, 2012
Pages    310
ISBN    978-0615690988

Book Description[edit]

Getting Through is a book from the creators of the web sites, Inquiry Into Islam and Citizen Warrior, who "try to help people deal with the challenges of communicating basic information to their fellow citizens about the nature of Islamic doctrine, in the face of their listeners' efforts to not believe it."

"When you try to share basic information about Islamic doctrine with your fellow non-Muslims, you often run into strong opposition. This book will help you deal with it emotionally, and give you new ways to approach those conversations so they are more productive and more enjoyable for both you and your listener."

From the Author[edit]

In association with the Tennessee Freedom Coalition, we have published a handbook for citizen warriors entitled, Getting Through: How to Talk to Non-Muslims About the Disturbing Nature of Islam.

The book has a section on different ways to approach conversations about Islam, and another section on how to educate people in other ways besides arguing. The book includes Answers to Objections and The Terrifying Brilliance of Islam in their entirety.

Our mission is to make it universally understood that Islam is not a religion of peace, and that core Islamic doctrine outlines a clear political goal: The global application of Sharia law.

This mission is much harder than many of us expected. Our new manual should make our task easier and more enjoyable for everyone.

We would love to hear from you about anything that you think might make the book more helpful (suggestions for the next revised edition, in other words).[1]

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  1. A Manual For Citizen Warriors - Citizen Warrior, October 5, 2012