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The Islamist The Islamist

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Book Reviews

"This captivating and terrifyingly honest book is . . . a wake-up call."
--The Guardian (London)

"Persuasive and stimulating."
--Martin Amis

"The Islamist could not be more timely . . . Husain's is a disturbing picture . . . In a wake-up call to monocultural Britain, it takes you into the mind of young fundamentalists"
--Observer

"A courageous memoir . . . explosive"
--Evening Standard

"The Islamist should be prescribed like medicine. Whatever your prejudices, it will eat into them like acid"
--Daily Telegraph

"A revealing and alarming account"
--Guardian

"Gripping . . . far more than just an arresting testimony of a mind freeing itself from the shackles of extremism. It is an extraordinarily written memoir of growing up in the Eighties and Nineties, with moving family vignettes and lyrical passages . . . compelling"   
--Mail on Sunday

"The penetrating insight of a former insider . . . A uniquely well- informed guide to the netherworld of British Islamism . . . a riveting personal narrative"
--John Gray, Literary Review

"Unique . . . openly and frankly discusses life inside radical Islamic organizations and crucially reveals important warnings about the future of Islam . . . It is also a call to ordinary Muslims to reclaim their faith"
--Asian Leader

"Explains the appeal of extremism for an intelligent young mind and is an intensely personal protest against political Islam"
--Guardian

"A shocking exposè of life inside London's spreading Islamist groups"
--London Paper

"An impassioned plea for tolerance . . . Anyone interested in how extremist Islam has established its grip on this country should read this insider account from a former radical"
--Metro

"Provides telling insight" 
--Daily Express