Een andere vorm van radicalisme ben ik
in mijn recent gepubliceerde gedichtenbundel - geheel radicaal Anti Islam
Comment van 'sum' on FFI International:
[b]"I have just finished the book which I found to be full of intense love - both emotional and physical. The love was total, explicit and uninhibited. What more could lovers want? However, it was tinged with horrific accounts of Taliban atrocities of all kinds. The stoning of women and the rape of young child wives was more than chilling. It showed what Islam does to the mind. It was an unusual read but very compelling."
'WITH LOVE FROM AFGHANISTAN
Apostate Muslim Afghan Meets'Dutch Woman Across Forbidden Borders
When Yoka van den Berg expressed her dismay over internet for Afghans suffering in wars, she heard from Dervesh Himmat, an Afghan Pashtun, author and Christian Apostate of Islam.
As a refugee living under Sharia law in Iran, Himmat replied. Islam is the reason the two could only meet in secret, by writing e-mails across all forbidden borders. Islam forbids freedom of religion; freedom of thought and speech; and free association between men and women as “against Islam.” Their actions are punishable by death in Afghanistan and in Sharia Iran, where Himmat moved when he was a teenager.
This book is a passionate dialogue in poetry between two poets. Their love is condemned to distant “virtual love,” van den Berg lives in fear that Islam will discover Himmat’s true beliefs. Their unique relationship is also expressed in explicit erotic poetry, and lodged between Islam and Christianity, their words may offend some readers.
With Love From Afghanistan is a harsh criticism of Islam practices and an open call to stop oppression, particularly of Muslim women. It challenges Islam to forbid all inhumane punishments in the Sharia, stop persecution of Apostates and assure basic human rights.
About the Authors: Yoka van den Berg lives in the Netherlands and was born there in 1938. Though she wrote poetry for many years, she only considered publication when she met Dervesh Himmat, who became her muse. He was born in Afghanistan in 1975 into an illiterate Islamic fundamentalist family. He endured six years of cruel fundamentalist Koran indoctrination in Taliban madrassas. Himmat educated himself, became a liberal thinker and a secret Christian, and recently fled Iran finding asylum in a non-Islamic country. Both authors are using pseudonyms.
Yoka [email protected]
Zo, da's wat men noemt: 'Reklame maken voor je eigen boek'
Nu nog de Webmaster zien te vinden omdat ik het graag tussen de boeken wil zien op FFI hier. Robert Spencer, Daniel Pipes, en Islam Watch hebben al positief gereageerd. Maar hoe onze Nederlandse Webmaster te bereiken weet ik niet. Iemand wel?
Op AmAZON is ook mijn boekomslagtekening te zien die vergroot kan worden; en waar het besteld kan worden
Paperback: 90 pages
US $ 9,95
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.2 inches
Shipping Weight: 5.1 ounces