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Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included. Bookseller Inventory Synopsis: In the wake of rubble and smoke spreading throughout downtown New York, Washington DC, and in a field in Pennsylvania, America was immersed in shock, confusion, and terror. We feared that September 11, was only the beginning, and despite our growing doubts over the years, we were right. Blindsided is the wake-up call that will change the way you understand Islam.
Michael Youssef, author of such books as The Greatest Lie and When the Crosses are Gone, uncovers and discusses the truth behind Islamic terror organizations and exposes the threat radical Islam poses to the free world. Through textual support and historical analysis, he reveals the misinterpretation and misunderstanding of the Bible by the founder of Islam that continue to be propagated by Islamists and modern terrorists. In this book, Dr.
Youssef exposes—with integrity—the deception of Islamist propaganda in the West, unmasking their intentions. In these pages, he provides an in-depth autopsy on the inner workings of the Muslim Brotherhood and how its influence may be closer than we realize. Youssef was born and spent his first nineteen years in the Middle East. Between and , he studied Islamic movements and earned a PhD from Emory University in Social Anthropology focusing specifically on modern-day Jihadists.
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The presidential elections May ended by a narrow victory for Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate. Even though the presidential elections were allegedly marred by fraud and Christians reportedly prevented from voting, Youssef says that the White House and the U.
State Department were quick to "embrace Morsi as the victor. The reason being that Obama and his staff were of the strong opinion that an Islamist president in power in by far the most significant country in the Arab Middle East would "satisfy hard-line Islamists and neutralize would-be terrorists.
Youssef writes that even when Morsi gave himself sweeping powers and declared himself to be "the supreme ruler" the White House reacted softly, saying that it was simply concerned and made a short call for Egyptians to work out their "internal" problems. Youssef has therefore concluded that Obama has no problem in dealing with "dictatorships," as long as it's "Islamic and not capitalist.
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In the writer's mind there is no doubt that such relationships have had some kind of influence on Obama's position. Youssef also alleges that Hamas, which is a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood of Egypt, have moved its headquarters from Damascus to Cairo since Morsi's rise to power. In view of these explanations, Youssef writes that Christians should not look to Obama to defend their cause, because his support for Islamist power "drowns out the voices of the persecuted.
Another proof, he writes, is the way the White House reacted to the bloody clashes that followed Morsi's constitutional decree on Nov 22, , and during which the Islamist militia killed a number of protestors and injured hundreds more. The only comment on the event came from Jay Carney, the White House spokesperson who said, "We call for calm and for all parties to work together to resolve their differences peacefully.
For the Egyptian born writer, the Christians who are being persecuted, harassed, displaced, kidnapped, dispossessed and killed in Egypt, Syria, Pakistan or in Nigeria have no "advocate" in the White House.