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Posted August 23, 2011
Difficult read for experts. Lacks timeline and organization. The argument is difficult to follow and the evidence does not speak for itself. It promotes a one-sided view of Islamic violence that will not stand the test of time. The author does not attempt to explore the historic foundation of Islam, which can not possibly be the "romantic" emergence as suggested by the consensus. The evidence is uncritically assessed and often rests on writers with obvious vested interests from centuries later.
The document section is excellent.
I highly recommend the book called The Great Leap-Fraud. It if very insightful and all of the facts are backed up with primary evidence.