Islam Intolerance and Misogyny by Kamil Annajar
  

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Islam Intolerance and Misogyny by Kamil Annajar

The author is an ex Muslim who works as a consultant surgeon in the UK. He was brought up in a Muslim country and joined the Muslim Brotherhood movement in his youth. He continued to be a 'good' Muslim until he finished university. He came to Englad to specialise in surgery and discovered that he had been fed lies about the 'decadent' West and its people. After reading about other religions he started to doubt the teachings of Islam and eventually came to the conclusion that Islam is not compatible with human lives. The author has two published books in Arabic and he regularly writes about Islam in 'Modern Discussion', an electronic Arabic publication with an impressive readership.

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Format

Paperback
234 pages

Author

Kamil Annajar
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Publisher

New Generation Publishing

Publication date

26th July 2012

ISBN

9781909039858


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