Reviews of Mohammed's Koran

From around the world, some of the hundreds of 5 star reviews Mohammed's Koran received in the first few months following publication.  Each review comes from someone who bought the book.  If you are skeptical of any review, a URL is provided at the end of each review, so you can verify each review.

This is a masterpiece...

A must-read for anyone wanting to dispel the fog created by the modern-day historical revisionists - those cowards and quislings dominating modern media and academia. Contrary to the idiot, illiterate trolls posting 1-star reviews, there is plenty of scholarship here. (Don't be put off by Amazon's typo in the book description; it's not 1463 pages long, but 400.) 94 of those pages are a detailed, near-book-length Introduction, of some 50,000 words, which is copiously footnoted, with detailed cross-references. The Footnotes section is 50 pages long, with a font-size even smaller than the main text ... probably equal to at least another 125 pages of text at normal sizing. 563 footnotes in all, plus Bibliography, and Indices. Plenty of documentation for those who demand "What are your sources?" (A demand never made of leftist interviewees of network TV shows.) I've read McLoughlin's previous book, "Easy Meat," about the child-rape Muslim grooming gangs in Rotherham (and elsewhere) in the U.K. (That, too, was thoroughly researched and documented, and is also a must-read.) In particular, "Easy Meat" illustrates how totalitarian political correctness, and a deathly fear of being called 'racist,' led public authorities to turn a blind eye to the rape of a generation of young English Kuffar girls ... as sanctioned by the Koran. (And who would call those police and social workers 'racist'? Why, the media of course ... those self-appointed watchdogs and guardians of our liberty!) I've also read Tommy Robinson's "Enemy of the State," and it, too, is a block-buster expose of the extent to which we have all been betrayed by our governing 'elites'. The so-called 'Rule of Law' has been discarded. Both these authors are modern-day heroes, shining examples of courage for the rest of us to listen to and heed. They are on the barricades, the front-lines against the barbarians. They speak from personal experience. We in North America ignore at our mortal peril their warnings. The book is very well-written, and builds, point-by-point, in logical sequence (unlike the fevered ad hominems of the 1-star crowd).

Unexpectedly academic...

Doubtless some people may bought this book hoping it to be an easy way to discredit Tommy Robinson. Sadly any such reader is going to be in for a bit of a shock. It's not some "racist" diatribe written by a mindless thicko but a well written background introduction and then the Koran in reverse chronological order. It succinctly lays out the historical development of Islam and introduces Western readers to the key concept of "abrogation". Reading the Koran verses you do quickly get the sense of how despised non-Muslims are and this should be concerning to other cultures. We may want to see them as friends and equals - they do not (or at least their religion doesn't). Islam as a way of life, more so than a religion, teaches it's adherents to force conversion/murder or simply exorbitantly tax those who won't convert. I daresay the murder/tax decision is based on how threatened they feel. In either case this is hardly good news for minority non-Muslim communities. It does seem hard to draw a line between "radical" and "non-radical" Muslims assuming they are both reading the same book -it's a book teaching love & respect to other Muslims and death/oppression to everyone else. A clearer distinction to my mind would be "activist" vs "non-activist" and it would be helpful if our politicians understood this better.

Nothing but facts...

The people who just label Tommy Robinson a "racist" should really read this and try and find any errors relating to the content of the Quran. There is nothing but pure facts in this book. And to those that say most Muslims don't agree with the violence of the Quran - I agree - but a worryingly large minority DO!!!! Excellent book, and the fact that the establishment is trying to ban it just makes it all the better - and proves that the authors are doing the right thing.

A vitally important book

While there are some errors in regards to abrogated verses... e.g. saying that verse 9:60 is abrogated by verse 6:63, an earlier verse... the fact that this Qur'an is put into reverse chronological order trumps any of these errors. It is vitally important that non-Muslims understand Abrogation(naskh) as it pertains to the Quran. Verses that were revealed chronologically later, abrogate, or nullify and replace, any earlier verse that is contradictory. In other words, all peaceful verses of the Qur'an have been nullified, and replaced by the verses commanding violence against non-Muslims, and the ultimate genocide of all non-Muslims. The chapters of the Qur'an have been deliberately mis-arranged by Muslims in an effort to encrypt the Qur'an, in order to prevent non-Muslims from understanding the danger that Islam presents to all non-Muslims. By placing the chapters of the Qur'an into reverse chronological order, non-Muslims can clearly and easily see which verses of the Qur'an are valid, and which are null and void without having to consult abrogation charts or shuffle though the deliberately encrypted Qur'an. The valid chapters of the Quran are presented first and the invalid chapters are presented later. The vital importance of this book trumps any flaws that it may have. We non-Muslims can no longer afford to remain ignorant of Islam, and this book goes a long way towards educating non-Muslims about the true nature of Islam.

Very informative and well researched...

This contains the information that academics and politicians know about but say nothing, as for some reason they do not want to talk about this topic. As Tommy Robinson says in his Twitter account, the politicians of previous decades DID talk about it, but that was before political correctness removed free speech.