“The world is a bit safer now that Osama bin Laden has been killed by U.S. special forces.
But now that the man who inspired thousands of Muslims to commit acts of murder has been taken out, it’s time to ask: what inspired him?
If bin Laden himself could talk, he wouldn’t hesitate to answer: the Koran, which he repeatedly pointed to as his inspiration and authority.
Yet Barack Obama and other Western leaders have praised the Koran as a “book of peace” — without providing any evidence of actually having read it.
It’s time they did — and it’s time that all Westerners got to know the book that inspires our enemies to commit their hideous acts of hate and terrorism.
The trouble is, the Koran is not an easy read. Some have found it to be very boring, as well as confusing, contradictory, and muddled.
If you are interested in learning more about the Koran and would appreciate some help understanding it, we suggest you look into “The Complete Infidel’s Guide to the Koran”, by Robert Spencer — bestselling author and Islam expert.
The Complete Infidel’s Guide to the Koran reveals:
* Infidels: why Allah hates them, and what he has in store for them — straight from the Koran.
* The passages of the Koran that mandate warfare against unbelievers: Why in traditional Islam these words take precedence over more peaceful passages.
* Koranic Jew-hatred: proof that Islamic anti-Semitism is not an import from Christianity, as many have claimed.
* The disquieting truth behind Islam’s professed respect for other religions and their central figures.
* The alarming teachings of the Koran on women: how it reduces women to the status of commodities.
* The worst sin of all for Muslims: It’s worse than murder, worse than rape, worse than genocide — and guess what? You’re probably committing it.
* The Muslim claim that the Koranic text was never altered — is false, and why this matters.
Spencer shows exactly what’s in the Koran, and why every American should be concerned about Islam’s holy book. There are a couple ways to get it: it’s being offered as a free gift for subscribing to the Human Events newsletter, or you can order it from Amazon.