Cruel and Usual Punishment: The Terrifying Global Implications of Islamic Law is a book authored by the human rights activist Nonie Darwish. In the book about. Thomas Nelson, (Available in Australia at Koorong Books). Nonie Darwish knows a fair amount about Islam. She was an Egyptian. Nonie Darwish lived for thirty years in a majority Muslim nation. Everything about her life?family, sexuality, hygiene, business, banking.
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My quest for truth and answers led me to this book and I must say the title of this book did not quite capture the content on this book; it has a Bravo to Nonie Darwish for her audacity to punishmnet this book, it’s definitely needed and hopefully heeds by those who recognized the danger and see the need to uphold and preserve the Western civilization, cultures, and values: Cruel and Usual Punishment: No trivia or quizzes yet.
Thomas Nelson January 6, Language: If that happens, the fabric of Western law a I gave the book four stars because it opened my eyes to what is going on in the Islamic world. The Truth About Muhammad.
Distressingly, the choice is often, I suspect, whether to endure a lesser torment in the near future or a far greater one later.
Although, better screening of immigrants is not a bad idea. A House in the Sky.
Cruel and Usual Punishment: The Terrifying Global Implications of Islamic Law
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The husband of a “rebellious” wife znd deny her medical care or place her under house arrest. I Am Nujood, Age 10 and Divorced. As a young woman I dated a lot of Egytian men who act and do things here that they would not dare over there.
Many women prefer to be the second wife of varwish older wealthier gentleman than the wife of a poor man. You’ve successfully reported this review. Being a student of Egyptian Arabic and having a number of Egyptian internet friends, I can tell you that everything written is the truth. You may not be convinced, as I’m not, that Christianity and Judaism deserve credit for present-day Western culture, or that theism of some sort in necessary to preserve it, but that doesn’t detract from most of what else she presents.
If that happens, the fabric of Western law and liberty will be ripped in two. The cryel here as elsewhere in the book is quoting out of context. I have always gone with ‘there are crazy people in any religion, race or country who claim to be doing bad deeds in the name of good or god or country’ and left it at that. Selected pages Page 1. Incredibly well written book on Islam. Among the choices you have is whether or not to stand up to or attempt to thwart other powers dagwish any and all kinds, including cultural, clerical “religious”state “political”and peer pressures.
In the desert the climate was often times very hot. One reason for such strict control is that ysual average Arab lives in dictatorial pubishment where the are walked and mistreated by everyone above them.
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Having been born into and raised in a Muslim family, Noni shares with her readers her first hand experiences of being forced to live under Sharia Law and inner workings and machinations of Muslim faith. Sharia Law is about the most evil form of government which exists on the face of the earth. Behind the Beautiful Forevers. The Organization of the Islamic Conference works to Islamize international human rights laws and apply Sharia “standards” for blasphemy to all nations.
I call on all law enforcement agencies across America to arrest all those in America practicing any aspects of Sharia law which violate U. The religious right in the United States are powerful enough to prevent this there.
But this criel is worth reading if you’re curious about Islam and the inner working of Sharia Law and its implications on society, particularly on women. I read a lot and I don’t make the habit of recommending books because of each to their own.