James Hadfield-Hyde

James Hadfield-Hyde

James Hadfield-Hyde is Lord of Alderley in the county of Cheshire, England. He is a published author and poet, a broadcaster, a philanthropist, an artist,  an antiquarian, an inventor, a former Ostrich farmer and property landlord and a self confessed epicurean.

He is often referred to by the British media as a colourful and charming English eccentric. Although now retired he nolonger lives permanently in England.

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New book by James Hadfield-Hyde

In this book, James Hadfield-Hyde clearly and concisely illustrates the innumerable problems Islam faces within itself, without overburdening the reader with scriptural arguments. The book is aimed at enlightening those outside of the faith, as to the chronology of historical facts which has led us to the problems we face today.
There is an element within Islam which has openly declared war on the world; it preaches an apocalyptic and homicidal interpretation of their faith. This is an entirely new kind of warfare, and we must alter our strategy to defeat it, accordingly. Jihadism cannot be defeated merely by containment, but firstly, by the removal of political correctness. Hadfield-Hyde stresses the importance of 'knowing thine enemy' and all his reasons for being so. Many Muslims seek a modern, and more tolerant 'Reformation,' but fear for the consequences if they speak out. It is to them that we must turn; there is hope for a peaceful coexistence only as long as we are all free to speak the truth.