Book review: “The Politically-Incorrect Guide to Jihad”

“Nothing ought to be plainer, and yet nothing is more obscured, than the meaning of the Islamic concept of jihad. Even if its meaning were at all unclear, every day Islamic jihadists do their best to remind us of what it is. The confusion arises, of course, from the fact that jihad and related concepts are the object of a massive misinformation and disinformation campaign… the Qur’an, as (author William) Kilpatrick explains, commands jihad, and Muhammad, who is considered in Islamic theology to be the perfect man, to be imitated by Muslims whenever, wherever, and however possible, not only commanded jihad warfare but waged it himself… no conciliation or concession on the part of Western non-Muslims will ever blunt the force of the jihad imperative, since it is rooted in Islamic theological principles that are not susceptible to the prevailing political winds” (emphasis added).

There isn’t really much else to be said, other than to recommend reading the full review, which can be found here.

Jeff Goodall.

You can purchase “The Politically-Incorrect Guide to Jihad” here.

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