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La rabbia e l'orgoglio ❰KINDLE❯ ❃ La rabbia e l'orgoglio Author Oriana Fallaci – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Con La rabbia e l orgoglio Oriana Fallaci rompe un silenzio durato dieci anni Lo rompe prendendo spunto dall apocalisse che la mattina dell settembre , non molto lontano dalla sua casa di Manhattan, Con La rabbia e l orgoglio Oriana Fallaci rompe un silenzio La rabbia PDF \ durato dieci anni Lo rompe prendendo spunto dall apocalisse che la mattina dellsettembre , non molto lontano dalla sua casa di Manhattan, disintegr le due Torri di New York Preceduto dal cla che la parte pubblicata dai giornali in Italia e all estero suscit diciotto giorni dopo l immane tragedia, il libro si presenta nella sua versione originaria e integrale Il testo inoltre arricchito da una prefazione in cui la Fallaci spiega dove esso nacque e in cui descrive la realt globale della Guerra Santa Una prefazione dove a sorpresa parla anche di se stessa del suo lavoro, del suo ermetico isolamento, delle sue scelte rigorose e spietate Edizione per il decimo anniversario settembre.


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  1. Steven Godin Steven Godin says:

    The late Italian journalist and political interviewer Oriana Fallaci has always been noted for her hard hitting, trenchant social criticism, and for some The Rage and Pride could be seen as nothingthan an angry rant in the wake of the 9 11 atrocities Sometimes we may think, write, or say things in the heat of the moment when emotions are running high that we later regret Well, Fallaci is having none of it She doesn t hold back, and had nothing to apologize for She writes wholeheartedly The late Italian journalist and political interviewer Oriana Fallaci has always been noted for her hard hitting, trenchant social criticism, and for some The Rage and Pride could be seen as nothingthan an angry rant in the wake of the 9 11 atrocities Sometimes we may think, write, or say things in the heat of the moment when emotions are running high that we later regret Well, Fallaci is having none of it She doesn t hold back, and had nothing to apologize for She writes wholeheartedly in her scathing attack condemning the war being waged by Islamic zealots like the now rotting in hell bin Laden Now here s the thing, if she can be called a racist, which she constantly was, and I agree with about 90% of what she has to say here, does that then make me one it seems nowadays just about everything is deemed racist, like voting for a white person to win one of those stupid TV talent shows, or not employing someone from an ethnic minority Maybe it s simply down to the fact the other applicants were better suited Just for the record, not that I should feel like having to defend myself like did Fallaci, but I do happen to have friends from different cultures This book isn t an attack on multiculturalism or Muslims but on the ever so real threat posed by Terrorism and all the hate that goes hand in hand with it Added to her fury is that the west is partly to blame, where certain Countries seemed to be half asleep or just turning a blind eye bearing in mind this is 2001 when dealing with known Islamic extremists There are many things here I just won t bother going into detail on, in case Fallaci s views starts to rattle a few cages But this is for me at least the free world, and it s great I get to voice my opinion here without the threat of being stoned to death in the morning This is a brave, honest, and unflinching piece of writing Sure it s controversial, but only for those who refuse the truth She basically had the guts to write openly what millions of others at the time were just thinking but afraid to say


  2. Gary Gary says:

    With a rare courage and honesty, Oriana Fallaci shinest the light of the truth and candid scrutiny on her country and the world breaking a ten year silence after the horrific terrorist attacks in New York on September 11, 2001.A modern day version of Emile Zola s J Accuse, Fallaci steps in boldly where most fear to tread, exposing the truths that all of us know but all fear to speak Fallaci writes that this book was an effort to open the eyes of those who do not want to see, to unplug the ear With a rare courage and honesty, Oriana Fallaci shinest the light of the truth and candid scrutiny on her country and the world breaking a ten year silence after the horrific terrorist attacks in New York on September 11, 2001.A modern day version of Emile Zola s J Accuse, Fallaci steps in boldly where most fear to tread, exposing the truths that all of us know but all fear to speak Fallaci writes that this book was an effort to open the eyes of those who do not want to see, to unplug the ears of those who do not want to listen, to ignite the thoughts of those who do not want to think She does this admirably She attacks Islamic fundamentalists and the arrogance of the politically correct elite whom she refers to as the cicadas.Fallaci was a teenage partisan during the Second World War, fighting Mussolini s Fascist regime in Italy and was an intrepid journalist for decades, covering many wars and struggles Fallaci writes of the frightening Islamic terror network which is growing like a cancer in Europe, protected by the politically correct Left, who manipulate or deny the evidence.She writes of her pride in her Italian culture and swears that if Moslem terrorists destroy any of her countrie s landmarks and treasures I swear It is I who would become the holy warriorWar you wanted War you want As far as I am concerned war is war and war will be Until the last breath If their werepeople like Fallaci in the West and Israel, we could certainly win the battle against the Islamo Nazis and their cheerleaders on the international left.Fallaci aptly points out the reasons for Islamic terror Dont you see that all these Ousamas Bin Laden consider themselves authorized to kill you and your children because you drink alcohol, because you don t grow the long beard and refuse the chador or the burkah, because you go the theater and to the movies, because you love music and sing a song, because you dance and watch television, because you wear the miniskirt or the shorts, because on the beach and by the swimming pool you sunbathe or almost naked or naked, because you make love when you want or with whom you want She also attacks the politically correct hypocrites of the left who in the name of Humanitarianism revere the invaders and slander the defenders, absolve the delinquents and condemmn the victims, weep for the Taleban and curse the Americans, forgive the Palestinians for every wrong and the Israelis for nothing.You HAVE to read this book if you want to understand the great struggles the world is faced with at the dawn of the 21st century


  3. César Lasso César Lasso says:

    Well, I respected the author s passion blind passion, intolerant passion and the literary style was good But she was racist And demagogic And arrogant And disrespecful She identified the caleidoscopic world of Islam and its multiple cultures with only one possible Islam that of the female mutilation in Somalia and the fanaticism of Osama bin Laden.Nevertheless, there s something I admired Fallaci was out speaking her heart, absolutely ignoring the politically correct In a world ful Well, I respected the author s passion blind passion, intolerant passion and the literary style was good But she was racist And demagogic And arrogant And disrespecful She identified the caleidoscopic world of Islam and its multiple cultures with only one possible Islam that of the female mutilation in Somalia and the fanaticism of Osama bin Laden.Nevertheless, there s something I admired Fallaci was out speaking her heart, absolutely ignoring the politically correct In a world full of hypocrisy, that s something I appreciated Just because of that, I would have rated her book withthat just two stars only that, by doing so, I would feel I might be cooperating with her racist message


  4. Negin Negin says:

    When I started reading this book, I did not realize that the author, Oriana Fallaci, died over a decade ago In fact, I didn t know much about her at all She definitely had a unique style and lived through some turbulent times As a teenager in Italy, she had fought Mussolini s fascist regime Then later as a war reporter, she covered major conflicts throughout the world She was probably the only Western journalist to have interviewed Ayatollah Khomeini twice She called the chador, a stupid, When I started reading this book, I did not realize that the author, Oriana Fallaci, died over a decade ago In fact, I didn t know much about her at all She definitely had a unique style and lived through some turbulent times As a teenager in Italy, she had fought Mussolini s fascist regime Then later as a war reporter, she covered major conflicts throughout the world She was probably the only Western journalist to have interviewed Ayatollah Khomeini twice She called the chador, a stupid, medieval rag Fallaci spent her last years between her native Tuscany and New York City The U.S was her adopted homeland and she loved it dearly She wrote this book after the horrific 9 11 attacks, while living in Manhattan In true Italian anger and passion, she lashed out at everyone that she felt was responsible in even the most minor ways from Islamic fundamentalists all the way to those that she refers to as the cicadas the politically correct elite This was entertaining to read Her rage was not only with regards to 9 11, but also what she could see happening to her native Italy and throughout Europe She was not one to spare words or feelings She just let it run No political correctness for her One of my favorite parts is when she refers to historic landmarks throughout the world the Statue of Liberty, Big Ben, Notre Dame, and so on, but then she reminds the reader that as an Italian, she worries about the Sistine Chapel, St Peter s Dome, and and on and on swears that if the terrorists destroy Italy s landmarks I swear It is I who would become the holy warrior War you wanted War you want Good As far as I am concerned, war is war and war will be Until the last breath Naturally, she made many enemies from the time that this book was published until the few short years when she died I believe that she would be devastated by all that has been happening in Europe, her beloved United States, and her native Italy This is not really a book per se The author intended it be a sermon, a wake up call Do not read it if you are easily offended Otherwise, I wish that everyone would read this thought provoking and important work These are things that need to be said I wish that this book as well as books by Ayaan Hirsi Ali were mandatory reading in high school, or at the very least, in college I would like to readbooks by her Some of my favorite quotes Wake up, folks, wake up As intimidated as you are by the fear of going against the stream and looking racist a grossly erroneous word, by the way, because the problem has nothing to do with a race it has to do with a religion you don t understand or don t want to understand that a Reverse Crusade is on the march As blinded as you are by the myopia and the stupidity of the Politically Correct, you don t realize or don t want to realize that a war of religion is being carried out A war they call Jihad A war which is conducted to destroy our civilization, our ways of living and dying, or praying or not praying, of eating and drinking and dressing and studying and enjoying Life Don t you see that all these Ousamas Bin Laden consider themselves authorized to kill you and your children because you drink alcohol, because you don t grow the long beard and refuse the chador or the burkah, because you go the theater and to the movies, because you love music and sing a song, because you dance and watch television, because you wear the miniskirt or the shorts Can you tell me why when it comes to your Moslem sisters, to the women who are tortured and humiliated and assassinated by the real male chauvinist pigs, you imitate the silence of your little men Can you tell me why you never organize a short barking in front of the Afghan or Saudi Arabian Embassy, why you never raise your voice against the turpitudes I speak about, why you keep silent even if they take place under your eyes Do you simply not give a damn about your Moslem sisters because you consider them inferior In such a case, who is a racist you or me You are and you have always been nothing but petulant chickens that can only flap in the coop Cluck cluck, cluck cluck Instead of learned young people we have donkeys with University degrees Instead of future leaders we have mollusks with expensive blue jeans and phony revolutionaries with ski masks And do you know what Maybe this is another reason why our Moslem invaders have such an easy game


  5. Evan Evan says:

    What to say about this book Other than read it, read it, for the love of God, read it of course This certainly isn t to say that I agree with everything Fallaci has to say, or even muchthan a slight majority of it, but that what she has to say is so important, and that so many people have tried so hard to keep her from saying it This book an expansion of the themes of a newspaper column she wrote in immediate, angry response to the September 11 attacks is not a coolly articulat What to say about this book Other than read it, read it, for the love of God, read it of course This certainly isn t to say that I agree with everything Fallaci has to say, or even muchthan a slight majority of it, but that what she has to say is so important, and that so many people have tried so hard to keep her from saying it This book an expansion of the themes of a newspaper column she wrote in immediate, angry response to the September 11 attacks is not a coolly articulated treatise by any stretch of the imagination It is, rather, the very definition of a polemic, a war tract Fallaci has seen her culture and way of life attacked, and she is fighting mad Her anger reflects littlesubtlety than that of the rebellious teenager who simply refuses to be told what to do But, of course, when one is an obstinately free citizen of a liberal democracy being told to submit to the tenets of a foreign religion, that adolescent cry for autonomy is entirely appropriate Which is not to say that Fallaci does not cross the line into anti Islamic bigotry she most certainly does Her bigotry, however, is clearly motivated by her burning devotion to the principles of liberal democracy and contempt for anyone who would seek to undermine it The fact that at the time of her death last summer she was under indictment in the courts of several European countries for the crime of defamation of Islam shows, ironically, exactly how right she was about how liberalism s tolerance will be the very root of its destruction


  6. Karyn Karyn says:

    Not to take the slightest credit away from Aayan Ali Hirsi or Mark Steyn or any other writers commentators of that ilk, but Fallaci was one of the very first to go there Her unstintingly honest, remarkably courageous portrait of radical Islam in the wake of 9 11 was one of the first to point out the profound incompatibility of Islam and the West Her critique is brilliant, her writing gorgeous, and the anger that shows through does not discredit her argument, as many maintained, but rather show Not to take the slightest credit away from Aayan Ali Hirsi or Mark Steyn or any other writers commentators of that ilk, but Fallaci was one of the very first to go there Her unstintingly honest, remarkably courageous portrait of radical Islam in the wake of 9 11 was one of the first to point out the profound incompatibility of Islam and the West Her critique is brilliant, her writing gorgeous, and the anger that shows through does not discredit her argument, as many maintained, but rather shows her passionate love of all the blessings Western culture can offer freedom, noticeable among them I ve read almost everything of hers that is translated from the Italian, and can honestly say that she was one of my heroes


  7. Colleen Colleen says:

    I truly admire this woman for speaking up when it put her on the death list for radical Muslims She speaks the truth and it makes one angry an understatement about the reality of what is going on in this world and the tolerance we as Americans are REQUIRED to exhibit otherwise we face ridicule, scorn, and even death However Muslims do not extend, require, respect, or tolerate anything except their own beliefs and customs.


  8. Brendan Monroe Brendan Monroe says:

    A very brave, unflinching portrait at what ails the Western World today Oriana Fallaci has proved herself time and time again a remarkable woman Her raw, honest interviews with world leaders such as the Ayatollah of Iran are extraordinary in their honesty Fallaci never shied away from asking tough questions, so much so that she makes virtually all other journalists today look like ass kissing vermin, remarkable only in their ability to shed all backbone Not Fallaci Alive today is something A very brave, unflinching portrait at what ails the Western World today Oriana Fallaci has proved herself time and time again a remarkable woman Her raw, honest interviews with world leaders such as the Ayatollah of Iran are extraordinary in their honesty Fallaci never shied away from asking tough questions, so much so that she makes virtually all other journalists today look like ass kissing vermin, remarkable only in their ability to shed all backbone Not Fallaci Alive today is something she unfortunately is not, much to the detriment of not just journalism, but of truth.This, one of her last works, sums up everything Fallaci is famous for Her complete lack of censorship, her passion, and her love for culture that of her native Italy but in general the Western World Here is a book which will flummox apologists and bewilder her opponents Though extremely controversial on its release lawsuits were brought in several European countries to try and ban it, to no avail Fallaci tells it as it is and, best of all, never apologies for doing so.The portrait she paints of Islam and Muslim culture is a broad and not favorable one, butoften than not she resonates Fallaci saves her worst vitriol though, for apologists, for the cicadas who she says are helping to enable nothing less than the complete and utter destruction of Western Culture, all that real progressives and rights advocates, all that anyone with a heart, cherishes.A resounding victory for free speech and honesty Let s hope that Islamic style censorship never gets its way, to put books like this on the pyre


  9. Jacob Jacob says:

    The American influence can be felt nearly on every page of this book One of the funniest aspects of this book is that Fallaci is describing Osama as new Hitler while her book full of hate can sometimes be compared to Mein Kampf At some point the book becomes boring and you might find yourself counting pages Mainly because the arguments regarding the main topic she gives literally drown in the ocean of epithets which most of the time demean a certain person, she for this or that reason hat The American influence can be felt nearly on every page of this book One of the funniest aspects of this book is that Fallaci is describing Osama as new Hitler while her book full of hate can sometimes be compared to Mein Kampf At some point the book becomes boring and you might find yourself counting pages Mainly because the arguments regarding the main topic she gives literally drown in the ocean of epithets which most of the time demean a certain person, she for this or that reason hates This makes this monologue very chaotic and its just a matter of time when you find yourself displeased and questioning her point of view as she literally goes on war with everything and everyone In general I expected so muchfrom this book but instead I received a chaotic monologue of a woman full of pain and anger I did hear she was a great journalist, I did hear she was controversial, but if great journalism is weighed by the amount of epithets that can be input into one book and by the amount of biased hate then I think that we have reached a time when being objective is no longer a value for journalists


  10. Stoyan Stoyanov Stoyan Stoyanov says:

    An earlier book by Fallaci, written in the wake of the September 11 attacks Surprising in its venom and lack of coherence Fallaci may have given vent to her own hatred of Islam but, like The Force of Reason, which I read earlier, this book cannot be regarded seriously as an argument Aside from some factual errors, it completely dispenses with any notion of objectivity to present a position which is almost embarrassing in its one sidedness If we were living in the 1930s and the subject was Je An earlier book by Fallaci, written in the wake of the September 11 attacks Surprising in its venom and lack of coherence Fallaci may have given vent to her own hatred of Islam but, like The Force of Reason, which I read earlier, this book cannot be regarded seriously as an argument Aside from some factual errors, it completely dispenses with any notion of objectivity to present a position which is almost embarrassing in its one sidedness If we were living in the 1930s and the subject was Jews rather than Muslims, Fallaci would be a definite forerunner of Hitler s anti semitism In fact, her treatment of Muslims echoes some of Hitler s positions on Jews Embarrassing that a Western intellectual who actually remembers World War II quite well should come up with such a screed Embarrassing and troubling


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