Two books argue that repression, cruelty, and fear are central to Islam.
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Fern Sidman is the New York correspondent for the Arutz Sheva (Israel National News) Web site and staff writer at The Jewish Voice newspaper. Her articles frequently appear in a number of Jewish newspapers and magazines throughout the US.
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