Chasing a Mirage: The Tragic Illusion of an Islamic State

Chasing a Mirage: The Tragic Illusion of an Islamic State
Award-winning book by Canadian writer Tarek Fatah on the shallowness of the Islamist Agenda for an Islamic State that is the driving force behind today’s Islamist movements ranging from the Muslim Brotherhood to the Taliban, Al-Qaeda and the numerous North American fronts of these jihadi movements.

Click on the link to read the book online.



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8 responses to “Chasing a Mirage: The Tragic Illusion of an Islamic State

  1. abhi

    tarek fatah is just another delusionist. after reading some part of this book, one can see the apologetic kind of approach he has taken. he still thinks the worst human being ,i.e. mohammad as a good person . seriously he is either delusioning himself or just donot want to face severe repercussions from muslims by saying something unwanted by muslims.

  2. @Indian Realist,

    I was just wondering do you have a copy of Nathuram Godse’s
    speech describing the reasons why he killed Gandhi in its complete
    form? I have seen only parts of it.

    I think Godse’s speech goes to about 128 pages.

    • Indian Realist

      The original copy of Godse’s speech was destroyed on directions of Nehru — an excerpt written on a handkerchief was smuggled out by a reporter. I don’t have the original. It ran into 90 pages and was written by Godse himself.

      • @indian Realist,

        How do you know that Godse’s speech ran into 90 pages if
        it was destroyed?

        Was the smuggled copy on the Handkerchief contain most of his

  3. S

    Jaipal – the link I posted above has multiple links, and you can go through them to get the full speech. Godse’s last speech in court is here –

  4. Truth Will Prevail.

    Arabian religion is one of the most hypocritical religion in this world. Their Mullahs are the biggest examples. Then comes the other hate religious fanatics which want to take over this beautiful planet. Why can’t these weak people accept the fact that the world is made up of different religions?

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