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Anti US and Antisemetic books in Egypt

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Submitted by Tazeen (Saudi Arabia), Aug 19, 2008 at 04:01

Most of these books are neither antisemetic nor anti US (at least the titles don't reveal them to be). You will find more antisemetic and anti Muslim anti Islam and even anti US books in bookshops throughout US.

What about Sherry jones Jewel of Medina in which she is delibrately misinterpreting history. Who gave her the right to write whatever she wants to write in her romantic novel?

Will you please take pain in explaining the motives of spoiling characters of sacred historical figures because they are not alive to defend themselves?

Cheers

Tazeen

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