Londonistan

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Encounter Books, 2007 - Political Science - 237 pages
17 Reviews
The suicide bombings carried out in London in 2005 by British Muslims revealed an enormous fifth column of Islamist terrorists and their sympathizers. Under the noses of British intelligence, London has become the European hub for the promotion, recruitment and financing of Islamic terror and extremism - so much so that it has been mockingly dubbed Londonistan. In this ground-breaking book Melanie Phillips pieces together the story of how Londonistan developed as a result of the collapse of traditional English identity and accommodation of a particularly virulent form of multiculturalism. Londonistan has become a country within the country and not only threatens Britain but its special relationship with the U.S. as well.
  

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User Review  - Kirstin Morrell - Goodreads

An important, but flawed book. It is a well-researched and well-written polemic. It's a tad on the long side, and does not vary in its purpose when, perhaps, a little variation would have made it a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Michael - Goodreads

London is a shithole. Read full review

Contents

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Conclusion
182
Notes
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Index
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