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Defeating Eurabia. This compilation of Fjordman articles from websites like Gates of Vienna, Jihad Watch, Atlas Shrugs, The Brussels Journal and Fjordman's own now defunct blog has been updated and finetuned to reflect his current views on the islamization of Europe.
It provides a thorough analysis of the causes and circumstances of the islamization process, a country-by-country survey and an optimistic concluding chapter with suggestions for the future. Pamela Geller of Atlas Shrugs writes: "The preeminent essayist, historian, and one of the leading lights of the counter jihad movement, Fjordman, has released his first book.
Europe's most reliable witness and modern historian has completed a compedium of analysis and data of the islamization of Europe. The Eurabia Code Update. The Organization of the Islamic Conference and Eurabia. The EU and the Globalist Alliance. Reparations from Muslims? Probing the Infidel World. Will Holland Survive the 21st Century?
Can a Wounded Nation Heal Itself? On Germany and Muslims. The Case of Sweden. Islamization and Cowardice in Scandinavia. On AntiWhite Racism. Can The West Be Saved? Suggestions for the Future. Defeating Eurabia Fjordman Lulu. Table of Contents.
The myth of Eurabia: how a far-right conspiracy theory went mainstream
He has been active in the counterjihad movement, which argues that multiculturalism , particularly Muslim immigration, poses a threat to Western civilization. He has promoted this belief in a self-published book titled Defeating Eurabia ,   and stated that "Islam and all those who practise it must be totally and physically removed from the Western world". According to the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation , Fjordman is "considered a 'hero' among the bloggers and debaters constituting the new far right. Fjordman denies that he is an "extremist", and sees himself simply as having "a strong dedication to truth. In he said that he was not affiliated with any political party, but that except having voted once in an election for the Labour Party , he has voted for the Progress Party. Jensen finished his conscription service at the military camp in Setermoen.