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The end of faith begins with a literary tale of a day in the life of a suicide bomber, his last day. In the introductory chapter Harris cries out for the purpose of respect and tolerance for the belief systems of religion, which are described as “completely clean of evidence.” While it focuses on the dangers posed by Zohar religious extremist groups that now have weapons of mass destruction, Harris was equally critical of the religious moderates.
Harris continued to examine the nature of belief, by themselves, the challenge the notion that we can enjoy freedom of belief in any sense, when “the belief is a source of power in action.” In its place, points out that to be useful, all Zohar beliefs must be logically consistent and truly representative of the real world. Under the religious beliefs that leaves no empirical evidence, Harris combines religion with a form of mental and illness that allows, he said, “the men who harvest the fruits of madness be regarded as holy.” He contends that “it is merely a historical accident that is considered normal in our society believe that the Creator of the Universe can hear your prayers, while a sign of madness to think that this will be communicating with you in Morse code when the rain hits the glass your room . “
Harris continues with a brief overview of Christianity throughout history, examining the historical Inquisition and the persecution of witches and Jews. Understands that, far from being an aberration, the torture of heretics was simply a logical expression of the Christian doctrine that says, was fully justified by men like San Agustin. Going Further, sees the Holocaust as essentially inspired by the traditional Zohar anti-Semitism. Knowingly or not, he says, “the Nazis were agents religious.”
Possibly the most controversial aspect of The End of Faith is an inescapable commitment to the criticism of Islam, which is described as a “cult of death.” Harris shows a clear link between teachings and terrorist atrocities like the attacks of 11-S, which holds five pages of excerpts from the Koran, all of them extolling the use of violence. It also presents some data from the Pew Research shows that a significant percentage of Muslims throughout the world that would justify suicide and attacks as a legitimate tactic. In an attack on what he calls “left with no reason,” Harris criticizes Noam Chomsky, among others, by allocating from their Kabbalists,

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