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While Europe Slept de Bruce Bawer
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While Europe Slept (edição: 2006)

de Bruce Bawer

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An American living in Europe reports on the failure of European liberals to confront Islamic extremism in their own countries. Traveling and talking with people in trains, cafés, restaurants, and on street corners, Bawer came face-to-face with the mix of moralistic smugness and ignorance that feeds the rising tide of hatred toward the United States. He found, as well, a widespread refusal to grapple with problems caused by a growing Muslim presence in Europe--from the violation of immigration laws to honor killings and acts of terrorism, including the assassination of a prominent Dutch politician and the 2003 bombing in Madrid. Bawer warns that Europe can no longer ignore the clash of civilizations raging on its own territory. Failure to recognize the problems and react quickly, he predicts, will lead to a virulent right-wing nationalism of a kind not seen since the 1930s.--From publisher description.… (mais)
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Título:While Europe Slept
Autores:Bruce Bawer
Informação:Doubleday (2006), Paperback, 247 pages
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While Europe Slept: How Radical Islam is Destroying the West from Within de Bruce Bawer

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  AAAO | Jan 30, 2020 |
This is an articulate work by a liberal gay person. He puts to rest the idea that only narrow-minded right wingers engage in alleged Islamophobia. After living in Europe for some time, Bawer provides numerous examples of horrendous behavior by Islamists and how they threaten the very freedoms that the West championed. His work is indicative of how much both parts of the political spectrum actually share in common and are not divided by American politicians who seek to divide the American people. Everyone should be wary of the loss of Europe to Eurabia.
  gmicksmith | Sep 30, 2013 |
Very scary because it is true. This book is an much about Europe's PC-ness as it is Islam's hold. An inspiration not to let the same thing happen (any more than it already is) in America. Written with a lot of repetition with not much "good" news at all. ( )
  ORFisHome | Jul 13, 2009 |
Read. Part 1 and 3 are good, part 2 is some kind of off topic homage to the the USA - the savior, deliverer of Europe from oppression. 1 and 3 are factual, almost reportorial. 3 is example rich. How Europe is Subsidizing its own Demise could be the subtigle.
  jbeckhamlat | Jul 6, 2008 |
Solely as a recitation of recent events in Europe that are under-reported in Europe and the US, this is a must read. Bawer is a journalist who spent quite a bit of time living, working, and traveling in Europe, and his insight into how real events are morphed as they find their way into the evening news or morning paper (if at all) can help one make sense of what's going on in Europe, the UK, and the US.

This is not an academic excercise in "what's wrong with Europe". For that, perhaps try Weigel's "The Cube and the Cathedral".

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  Osbaldistone | Apr 18, 2008 |
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An American living in Europe reports on the failure of European liberals to confront Islamic extremism in their own countries. Traveling and talking with people in trains, cafés, restaurants, and on street corners, Bawer came face-to-face with the mix of moralistic smugness and ignorance that feeds the rising tide of hatred toward the United States. He found, as well, a widespread refusal to grapple with problems caused by a growing Muslim presence in Europe--from the violation of immigration laws to honor killings and acts of terrorism, including the assassination of a prominent Dutch politician and the 2003 bombing in Madrid. Bawer warns that Europe can no longer ignore the clash of civilizations raging on its own territory. Failure to recognize the problems and react quickly, he predicts, will lead to a virulent right-wing nationalism of a kind not seen since the 1930s.--From publisher description.

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