By: Gerald A. Honigman
Tabitha Korol’s Confronting the Deception dares to engage Middle Eastern topics that too often are deliberately ignored, downplayed, or swept under the rug.
With the exception of some diehard Communists, very few of the millions who came to America to better their lives brought with them a hostile hidden agenda. Yet this book illustrates the cultural differences of today’s newcomers. Indeed, most mosques and madrassas (where young Muslims are indoctrinated) in America are dominated by hardline Salafi/Wahhabi imams who espouse too many Islamic teachings that promote less than good wishes and actions towards non-Muslim neighbors.
As Ms. Korol reveals, jihad (whether beheading, just subjugating, or the subtle “stealth” variety), conquest of the Infidel, hatred of Jews, subservience of women, and other hallmarks of the “religion of peace” are promoted here as well as overseas by Muslim immigrants. If only 10% of 1.5 billion Muslims adhere to these teachings, we run the risk of the streets of America becoming as dangerous as those in Sweden, Great Britain, France, Germany, etc.
Within the many detailed and important issues covered, Ms. Korol exposes academia’s assault on our children, mainstream media bias, anti-Israel organizations, the BDS movement and its pathetic Progressive Hebrew allies.
Confronting The Deception is an easy, but important, read for a non-head-in-the-sand revelation about our world today.
Gerald A. Honigman