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The insights given by the author gives a different perspective on the religion of Islam.....what we see on TV is a lie! The author does not debate Islam....but the rebuttals are from their very own Qu'ran, Hadith's and Surrahs!

The insights given by the author gives a different perspective on the religion of Islam.....what we see on TV is a lie! The author does not debate Islam....but the rebuttals are from their very own Qu'ran, Hadith's and Surrahs!

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  • PDF | 144 pages
  • Creation House (September 1, 2001)
  • English
  • 9
  • Christian Books & Bibles

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  • By William Garrison Jr. on January 26, 2010

    This American female author married a Muslim divorcee (who as an immigrant worked in Georgia/Florida) after dating him for a year. This second marriage of hers to a Mussleman lasted for about a decade. As her chain-store-working husband became more involved with his business, he devoted less time with her. For a couple of years she lived in Egypt or Lebanon, before returning with her children to Florida. Her Muslim mother-in-law moved in with them, and the marriage began falling apart -- as the Muslim mother-son team seemed to bond together more so than the husband and this author. The author suggested that her marriage fell apart because her newly acquired Muslim faith did not help to sustain her marriage; she returned to her Christian faith to find love through Jesus. Although she lived the Muslim life for several years, sadly, the author does not recount any `troubling' experiences while living in the chador-clothed Muslim world - a reader does not get any `idea' as to how Muslim families live. The author does not relate any experiences whereby her Muslim husband said that she had to act in a certain way to comply with some Mohammad sexist-command or hadith `regulation'. After using a few pages in which she described her failing marriage, and her return to Christianity for solace, the author uses about 50 pages for reprinting Islamic hadith regarding female-subservience in the fields of: pleasing the husband, sex, husband's right to beat his wife, polygamy, children, divorce, etc. -- but not relating any of it to her Islamic marriage. The book purports to be a warning to Christian women about the difficulties that they may encounter when married to a Mohammedian, but it falls far short of doing so.

  • By Shirley A. Coker on September 21, 2014

    Excellent book.... very educational....

  • By Honeybee on July 13, 2012

    Although I would have like more of W.L. Cati's biographical information to be included in this book, it was a good introduction to the "real world" of Muslim women and those who marry into this oppressive religion. The author used a pseudonym--probably to protect herself and her children from death threats--so she does not go into a great deal of personal detail.The most valuable aspect of this book is that Cati gives the reader detailed explanations and quotes from Muslim holy writings telling exactly how Muslim men are allowed to treat their wives and children and the reasoning behind the abuse that is typical in any Muslim marriage. Her bottom line is: No matter how charming and winsome a Muslim man may seem, you do NOT want to marry one.Cati also gives direction in how Muslim wives can break away from these abusive situations. She has started an organization that provides shelter for women and children fleeing from Muslim homes.

  • By Saphire on May 9, 2005

    While Cati makes some good points about being careful whom you marry,her generalisations I find a bit subjective.She blanketsmost or all Muslim men as controlling,abusive and prone toaffairs whilst you are expected to stay at home locked intoa docile wife.Any religion when taken into fundamentalist realmscan be of danger to women,this includes Christianity.I havewitnessed horribly abusive situations in Christian marriages.In short,it is her subjective experience and does not in anyway represent the entire male population.The strong Christianbias against Islam is noticable.

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