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Cruel and Usual Punishment is a wake up call to the Western world.

Nonie Darwish presents an insider's look at Sharia and examines how radical Muslim laws are destroying the Western world from within. Living under Sharia law for the first thirty years of her life, a virtual slave to Islamic law, Darwish never questioned or challenged her rights--or dared to even think about the validity of Sharia laws. She didn't try to examine what Sharia was, how it came about or why she followed it. This is Allah's law, she was told, and she knew what awaited those who questioned Allah's law.

But she doesn't believe the lies anymore, and now she wants to share her experiences with the Western world. Cruel and Usual Punishment is an insider's look at how Muslims sacrifice their basic human rights to obey the archaic and brutal laws handed down to their prophet centuries ago.

Heed this warning: Sharia Law is attempting to infiltrate Western culture and destroy democracy.

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Living under Sharia law for the first 30 years of her life, a virtual slave to Islamic law, Darwish never questioned or challenged her rights. But she doesn't believe the lies anymore, and now she wants to share her experiences with the Western world.

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"Cruel and Usual Punishment" is an insider's look at how Muslims sacrifice their basic human rights to obey the archaic and brutal laws handed down to their prophet centuries ago.

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iamsam, July 15, 2010 (view all comments by iamsam)
I first read "Now They Call Me Infidel: Why I Renounced Jihad for America, Israel, and the War on Terror" by Nonie Darwish and then this. Knowing that she is not the only one to speak out about Islam and Sharia Law, I wonder that people still preach tolerance and acceptance when it comes to them. Have we become so concerned about being "politically correct" that we cannot act when we see something like this? The United States is a free country but that does not mean we should freely give up our rights.
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Product Details

ISBN:
9781595551610
Author:
Darwish, Nonie
Publisher:
Thomas Nelson Publishers
Subject:
Political Freedom & Security - Human Rights
Subject:
Islamic Studies
Subject:
Islam - Law
Subject:
Women
Subject:
Islam
Subject:
Women - Legal statu
Subject:
Politics-Human Rights
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Publication Date:
20090131
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Pages:
272
Dimensions:
8.30x5.30x1.20 in. .90 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Cruel and Usual Punishment is a wake up call to the Western world.

Nonie Darwish presents an insider's look at Sharia and examines how radical Muslim laws are destroying the Western world from within. Living under Sharia law for the first thirty years of her life, a virtual slave to Islamic law, Darwish never questioned or challenged her rights--or dared to even think about the validity of Sharia laws. She didn't try to examine what Sharia was, how it came about or why she followed it. This is Allah's law, she was told, and she knew what awaited those who questioned Allah's law.

But she doesn't believe the lies anymore, and now she wants to share her experiences with the Western world. Cruel and Usual Punishment is an insider's look at how Muslims sacrifice their basic human rights to obey the archaic and brutal laws handed down to their prophet centuries ago.

Heed this warning: Sharia Law is attempting to infiltrate Western culture and destroy democracy.

"Synopsis" by , Living under Sharia law for the first 30 years of her life, a virtual slave to Islamic law, Darwish never questioned or challenged her rights. But she doesn't believe the lies anymore, and now she wants to share her experiences with the Western world.
"Synopsis" by , "Cruel and Usual Punishment" is an insider's look at how Muslims sacrifice their basic human rights to obey the archaic and brutal laws handed down to their prophet centuries ago.
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