I’m grateful that the book is getting so much interest, but “Radical Political Thought”? What “Radical Political Thought”? In the book I call for nothing more “radical” than defending the principles of the U.S. Constitution and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Those are “radical”?
Of course, Amazon must be referring to “Islamophobia.”
In the book, I distinguish between “Islamophobia” as referring to vigilante attacks against innocent Muslims, which are never justified, and “Islamophobia” as honest analysis of the motivating ideology of jihad terror, which we must have if we are going to have any hope of defeating it.
As far as Amazon.com, and much of the Western intelligentsia, is concerned, to suggest that Islam has something to do with all the jihadis committing acts of violence in its name and in accord with its teachings is “Radical Political Thought.”
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