Steven Zhou lists BuzzFeed, CBC News, and Vice on his Twitter profile, presumably as outlets for which he writes. Abigail Hauslohner describes herself as a “roving national reporter” for the Washington Post, “covering Islam & Arab affairs in America.”
Recently both Zhou and Hauslohner picked up on a press release from the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), demanding that the Marines drop by book The Truth About Muhammad from its “Civilian Marine Professional Reading Lists.”
I was surprised to see that the Marines still had my book listed after the Obama Administration’s 2011 purge of all materials mentioning Islam and jihad from counterterror training, and I wouldn’t be in the least surprised if they cave to Hamas-linked CAIR’s pressure and remove the book now.
However, while Hamas-linked CAIR claims the book is inaccurate, it makes only sweeping claims about it, and never points out even a single specific inaccuracy. In reality, the book is based entirely on the earliest Islamic sources about Muhammad, and it does what its title says: it tells the truth about what those sources say.
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