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The War on Islam (5th edition)

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The War on Islam, 5th ed "ENVER MASUD gives example after example of disinformation and lies, cover-ups and double standards."--Impact International, England

"Excellent book. Dispels the myths and commonly held misconceptions about Islam."--Human Rights Foundation, South Africa

"He brings balanced analysis of world affairs amidst the chaos of doctored evidence and complacent media."--Muslim Observer, USA

"A masterpiece of information of present day happenings in the world."--Tasmia Educational and Social Welfare Society, India

"The contents of the book are an eye opener."--All India Conference of Intellectuals, India

"Of historical significance, . . . A book like this is desperately needed in the warmongering climate of today."--Muslims, New York

"Excellent tool for explaining the realities of the world."--Muslimedia International, Canada

"[His] thoughts may prove valuable to thinking people in America"--Mumia Abu Jamal, USA

"One of the few contemporary voices of reason and wisdom"--William Mark Hardiker, Australia

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In this fifth edition of The War on Islam, Enver Masud provides valuable insights on the conflict between Islam and the West, beginning with the Gulf War of 1991 to America's recent financial debacle stemming (in part) from America's unnecessary wars.

For those who seldom venture beyond mainstream news media, The War on Islam serves as a concise introduction to America's wars for the control of resources and markets.

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A War on Islam?

September 30, 2004

1. There are many wars being waged on Muslims - Afghanistan, Iraq, Palestine, Chechnya, Philippines, etc.

2. Each war has a specific purpose and participants who may or may not be at war on Islam.

3. For the most part Muslims are the victim of: the military, industrial, congressional complex; global corporations; Israel; zionists; evangelical Christians; their own leaders; their own community.

4. For Christian evangelicals, and the Hindus in Gujarat, it may be a war on Islam.

5. For most it is war for control of resources and markets.

6. In the "global war on terror," in U.S. news media, Islam and Muslim appear to be interchangeable - they are not.

7. Muslims are dying in greater numbers than those waging war on them.

8. "The War on Islam" covers many of these issues. Whether or not these "wars" are on Islam, for resources and markets, for all of the preceding, is situation specific.

9. Following the collapse of the USSR, a search for new "enemies" led to the creation of the "Islamic fundamentalist" threat, which evolved and became the "rogue states," followed by the "axis of evil," and after 9-11, the "war on terror."

Conclusion: Among the many wars being waged on Muslims, there are some who are waging war on Islam, others have different motives. Islam is denigrated, and Muslims are demonized, to rationalize waging war. Overall, there is no clash of civilizations, but there are clashes both between and within nations. Ultimately, most are a clash of values -- justice versus greed.


Thirty-eight percent of American Muslims believe that the U.S. war on terrorism is really a war on Islam, according to a survey released by researchers at Georgetown University. -- The Washington Times, October 19, 2004.

Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, America's foreign policy establishment focussed on Islam as the new threat -- see "The Green Peril: Creating the Islamic Fundamentalist Threat," by Leon T. Hadar.

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