"This is not a clash between equally moral positions; it is a battle between freedom and oppression, compassion and barbarism, civilised behaviour and violence. We need to decide what side we are on, and fight for that side to win."
Those stirring words are the conclusion of Anne Marie Waters' remarkable new book, Beyond Terror: Islam's Slow Erosion of Western Democracy. This is the account of Waters herself, who up until not very long ago was a reliably leftist member of the UK's Labour Party, deciding what side she is on, and beginning to fight for that side to win. Realizing the threat that jihad terror and Sharia oppression of women, gays and others poses to Britain and to the free world in general, Waters recounts how and why she left Labour and became an activist for human rights, and particularly for women's rights.