Summary

Maajid Nawaz joins Robin Morgan in the Audible Studios for an exclusive interview. Maajid Nawaz is the author of Radical, an Amazon number one best-selling memoir which details his journey into and out of Islamic extremism. Maajid was imprisoned in Egypt for his involvement with the Islamist activist group Hizb ut-Tahrir; the four years he spent inside changed his views immeasurably. He is now the founder of a counter-extremism think tank called Quilliam, was selected in July 2013 to stand as the Liberal Democrat candidate for Hampstead and Kilburn, and last year published Islam and the Future of Tolerance in collaboration with Sam Harris.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Neil Taylor on 20-07-17

So where's the book?

The interview is really a promotional introduction for Maajid Nawaz' audiobook, Radical. So it's strange that the book's not available on Audible.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Mikasa Ackerman on 11-03-18

excellent

This is a fantastic interview of Maajid Nawaz, a perfect prelude to his book Radical. An opportunity to hear him talk more and openly discuss the topic of the growing threat Islamism, current state of liberalism and current affairs on his radio show.

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