Guardian writer Madeline Bunting reviews the book and looks at how it touches upon the British Muslim community, Tony Blair's politics, and the multicultural dynamics in the UK.
Islamic researcher Yahya Birt provides a very detailed critical review of the book's positive and negative aspects.
Renown British intellectual Ziauddin Sardar finds little of value in Husain's book.
The Muslim Council of Britain, of the prominent groups Husain criticizes, responds to Husain's claims.
Superstar American Muslim blogger Ali Eteraz derides the use of "ex-Muslim" experts in the media.
British scholar Andrew Booso, as well, dissects Husain's book.
Progressive online Muslim magazine Altmuslim interviews him, during which he partially responds to some of the criticism.
Riz Khan of Al-Jazeera English invites questions from viewers, to which Ed Husain responds. There, he also delves into the origins of the word "Islamist."
Husain is a former fundamentalist and member of Hizb ut-Tahrir, and author of The Islamist.
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