Casablanca - In the first part of this article series, I introduced Mark A. Gabriel’s book and situated it within the Islamophobic literature whose simplistic approach serves no purpose except to fuel hatred in the world. To substantiate my claim, in this article I shed light on the first technique that is heavily utilized in the Gabriel’s book, Islam and Terrorism: decontextualizing the scriptural texts.

“Islam and Terrorism”: An Islamophobia Bible (Part 1)
“Islam and Terrorism”: An Islamophobia Bible (Part 1)
Ezzoubeir Jabrane is a master's student at Ain chok Faculty of Letters and Humanities.