Part travelogue, part Fight Club, part sociological study; Fistfights With Muslims In Europe: One Man’s Journey Through Modernity catalogues the author’s travels in Europe over a five-year span in the 2000’s, and how they impacted his personal and political journey. Interactions with both native Europeans and Muslim immigrants, and several random fights with the latter, catalyzed a self-examination in the author that impacted his views on culture, identity, Islam, and the place of men in the modern world. These experiences, combined with troubling observations of contemporary European behavior and politics, lead to a terrifying glimpse into the future of modern Europe. The book combines first-person narrative, especially early on, with an appropriate mix of exposition and background information.
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