Inside Islam: Exposing and Reaching the World of Islam

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Author Reza Safa, a former Shiite Muslim, reveals the nature of Islam from an insider’s point of view. Safa is well-versed in the laws and history of Islam and is able to communicate the agenda of this global force.

Inside Islam: Exposing and Reaching the World of Islam

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5 thoughts on “Inside Islam: Exposing and Reaching the World of Islam

  1. The book seems to be yet another attack on Islam, from an attempted credible source. Unfortunetly, the views and the ideals Mr. Safa writes might have been the reason why he is a former Muslim. You want to know true Islam, read the Quran and not some book by a person with grudges to the religion. Following his national radio address, it only proves that his understanding of Islam is hardly close to what the religion preaches. If anything it tries to explain hate from the cultural perspective, neglecting to express that Islam does not preach such things. Playing with emotions is not a way to present fairly the way of Islam. This is not a book to prove which is better, if so don’t call it Inside Islam, but instead Why Christianity is better.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. A very misleading book. The author has not researched the subject well and much on the content seems to come from stereotypical misconceptions.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. The author has presented most information out of context to prove his point. It seems the author has a negative image about Islam and its fundamental beliefs. For example, the author presents the idea that Islam encourages war and violence if followed in its true essence, whereas if one would take the time to research the author’s citations he/she would soon realize that falsified inforamtion has been presented. I would encourage readers who would like to discover more about Islam in its true essence to get a copy of the Quran and a biography about the Prophet Muhammad.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. This book purports to take you on a journey into the heart of Islam for the purpose of helping an outsider understand the world of the Muslim. This book in fact is just a manual on how to convert Muslims into Christians. I found this book misleading due to the fact that there is no mention of converting Muslims anywhere in the title or on the back cover.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. From the description, I thought this was the book that I was looking for – an insider’s look at the “real” Islam. While the author does spend a little time on origins, history, and beliefs of Islam, he spends the majority of the book telling us how to relate to and convert Muslims. I think that the author could perform better service by talking about the religion in depth to help us relate. I don’t need a step-by-step conversion guide! However, it is well thought out and written, and I never questioned the author’s sincerity, Christian faith, or motives.
    Rating: 2 / 5

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