I would like to say this book is uplifting or a valuable reading experience. The book does not provide our typical readers with anything they did not know prior to reading this book. We do see the cycle of violence against women and children in detail. We also see the horific crimes that Muslims commit against each other in Europe and in Africa.
Perhaps the only thing one can take away from the book is the acceptance of domestic violence. No doubt the Duck is worried about the alleged Islamophobia of Randoids while glossing over the fact that domestic violence is an accepted norm in the Muslim world.
We as Americans need to remind people that your religious freedom ends when it endangers the safety of others. The First Amendment does not protect criminal activity such as violence. The right to abuse your wife and children is not acceptable in the United States. If you wish to beat family members do so abroad and they better not be US citizens. While in the US you are also not free to harass people with different views or homosexuals.
It is a matter of time until the angry Jihadists kill a celebrity who has offended them. My guess will be it will be a talk radio host like a Michael Savage or the milder Glenn Beck. Of course the Duck will make excuses and blame the victim. If one can not accept free speech then it is time to leave. How America reacts to this crime that is comming remains unknown. Do any of you remember Alan Berg?
Beamish in 08