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By Honorable Paul FIndley, U.S. House of Representatives (Retired). Paul Findley was a member of the U.S. Congress for 22 years. In Silent No More he shares personal impressions and experiences in dealing with American Muslim communities and their unique issues as a U.S. rekigious minority. The Congressman narrates how he, like many Americans, harbored misinformation and stereotypes about Islam and its followers, until an unexpected journey to South Yemen to plead for the release of an imprisoned American put him unwittingly on the trail of discovery of true Islam and Muslims for the last three decades.
He examines the false images of Islam that linger in American minds and the impact of these stereotypes on U.S. national interests. Being a keen political observer Findlay he documents the entry of American Muslims in mainstream American politics and the impact of their voting bloc in the2000 state and presidential elections. There are lessons in his treatise for the Ummah and for U.S. Plociy makers. Amana Publications (2001), English, Paperback: 320 pages.