Islamic Jihad: A Legacy of Forced Conversion, Imperialism, and Slaveryby M. A. Khan
In this groundbreaking book, Khan demonstrates that
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The attacks of September 11, 2001, changed the way the world looks at Islam. And rightfully so, according to M.A. Khan, a former Muslim who left the religion after realizing that it is based on forced conversion, imperialism, and slavery: the primary demands of Jihad, commanded by the Islamic God Allah.
In this groundbreaking book, Khan demonstrates that Prophet Muhammad meticulously followed these misguided principles and established the ideal template of Islamic Jihad for his future followers to pursue, and that Muslims have been perpetuating the cardinal principles of Jihad ever since.
Find out the true nature of Islam, particularly its doctrine of Jihad, and what it means to the modern world, and also learn about
- The core tenets of Islam and its history
- The propagation of Islam by force and other means
- Islamic propaganda
- Arab-Islamic imperialism
- Islamic slavery and slave-trade
- And much more!
The commands of Allah are perpetual in nature, so are the actions of Prophet Muhammad. Jihad has been the way to win converts to Islam since its birth fourteen centuries ago, and it won't change anytime soon. Find out why in Islamic Jihad.
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This book should be required reading for everyone the world over, including Muslims. This is an amazing historical narrative that will explain so many things you have always heard about but never could quite figure out. If you want to know what Islam really is, you must read this book. It is riveting. You will be informed and can speak to the subject of Islamic jihad with intelligence.
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