Newly Released Anti Islam Book Becomes BESTSELLER In Germany

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Anti Islam Book titles “Hostile Takeover: How Islam Impedes Progress and Threatens Society” becomes best seller in just two week after its public release in Germany.

A newly released book “Hostile Takeover: How Islam Impedes Progress and Threatens Society” contains criticism on Islam and Muslims, and people in Germany are buying it in no time. This books is getting sold so quickly that it is going off the shelves as soon as the stock fills in.

This book is written by Thilo Sarrazin, who is SPD politician and former member of the executive board of the Bundesbank. This is not the first time he wrote an anti islam book 8 years before he wrote a book called “Germany Abolishes Itself” and this book had critiqued the Arabs and Turks for destroying the Germany they build.

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When Germany is facing a huge immigrant crisis in which most of them are Muslims, this book has made the situations even worse for them as majority of the people agree to what the author wrote.

The Author Thilo Sarrazin says that when he wrote his first Anti Islam Book, in which he had predicted some things which had came true, and he said the situation in Germany has became worse because of Islam and Muslims. And he claimed that the situation in Germany is now even worse than what he had predicted.

But Germany’s outlets and media and senior writers have slammed the book saying that the book is based on prejudice and personal hate and does not contain any kind of authenticity. Further, the media has filed to ban the book as it will make things worse in Germany and Germany’s international relationships.

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Despite major outlets protesting to ban this book, on the other hand this book has became bestseller in Germany as everyone wants to read it.

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