“Why We Left Islam: Former Muslims Speak Out” hits shelves next week. Don’t expect it be openly sold in either Tehran or Bagdad, Saudi Arabia for that matter in Muslim friendly sectors in any part of the world.

The book has an emblazoned depiction of Mohammed on its cover – torn in half. It was written by Susan Crimp, a British journalist and co-written by Joel Richardson, an expert on Islam. Joel Richardson is a pseudonym for the purposes of life extension. The book is being published by World Net Daily news services (WND).
Judging by the explosive reaction when a Danish newspaper published a political cartoon in 2005, the cover of the book alone could spark significant consequences. The book is loaded with first-person stories of former Muslim fundamentalists who at one time were devoutly committed to the faith. But confronted with life’s questions, they began to question the Koran, Islam’s holy book. Honest questions led them to a radical change of life.
One of the first-hand stories is from Khaled Waleed. He says he received the same teachings as fellow Saudi Osama Bin Laden. We were told, from childhood, that “as Muslims, we are the best people in the world.” Non-Muslims were described with abusive language, as “the grandsons of monkeys and pigs …” Training demanded that he “revile and ridicule non-Muslims” as a duty.

Listening to such teaching, Waleed remembers feeling uncomfortable with such notions, even in the enclosed world of Islam. He always questioned such notions. But it was September 11, 2001, when he confronted the real face of Islam. He remembers the chilling reactions of fellow Muslims, “I saw the happiness on the faces of our people because so many infidels were slaughtered so easily. I saw many people who started thanking Allah for this massacre.”

Ali Sina is a Pakistani whose website promoted peace and women’s rights among Muslims. “I was brought up as a religious person. I believed in whatever I was told. … But when I started to read the Koran seriously from cover to cover, I felt nauseated. All those lies suddenly appeared in front of me.” Sina has become a skeptic offering a psychoanalysis of Muhammad. He notes the unstable childhood – five different foster parents before the age of 8. Sina says he never received enough love and he became incapable of loving. “Muhammed was a ruthless man with no feelings.”

Muslim reactions were dismissive, “WND Publishing … promotes hate every day on its extremist anti-Muslim hate site,” Ibrahim Hooper, spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic said.

Missionaries in Scotland recently came face-to-face with Muslims marching in the streets of London. The extremist pictures never made to the USA news outlets. The liberal media continues to excuse Muslim extremism. To hide it.

Muslims marched through the streets in the “Religion of Peace” rally carrying signs which read: “Take a Lesson from 9-11,” “World Domination.” Signs warned of another holocaust. They indicated anything but peace.

CrossRoads Network estimates that between 8 – 11 million Christians have been killed worldwide by Muslims since 1988. At least 250 million others have been displaced, sold as slaves, or made refugees. Throughout Kosovo, churches were destroyed. The media reports such conflicts as “ethnic.” In truth, it is pure persecution – Muslim on Christian. Monestaries and churches are destroyed and mosques rebuilt on the sites. In 1999, Kosovo was 84% Christian. In 2006, it is estimated that there are less than 4% of the population that identify with Christianity. In four years, at least 200 churches have been destroyed with 220 mosques built on those sites. In Somalia, 103 churches have been destroyed. In Darfar, 1.3 million Christians have died.

Due to foolish immigration policies, there are some 15 million Muslims in Europe – and they foresee an Islamic continent. Their birth rates are higher than Europeans. And thanks to liberal immigration policies, they are still streaming into Europe. Muslims are the largest religious minority in France, Germany, Britain and the Benelux states. In France, their number is approaching 5 million. In Britain, more Muslims attend mosques – at least 2 million weekly – than attend Christian churches. Bosnia is Europe’s first fundamentalist Muslim state.