The book consists of nine interesting chapters, in his opening chapter, Tawhid, the author contends that most Sunni scholars do not understand the notion of tawhid. In chapter three, he reveals how there were African companions of Muhammad b. Abdallah who were more devoted, pious, knowledgeable and brave than the Arab companions who have been propped up and rendered as heroes for Sunni Muslims. Most importantly, his most controversial chapter, Were Umar b. Khattab and Uthman b. Affan Racist?, Ndugu. Kamaal has exposed the "racist" and tyrannical policies of these same heroes, rendering them as "zeros" - not heroes. The book is very insightful and should be read by anyone who is interested in Islam (its history), or who have a desire to understand the differences between Sunni and Shi'ah Muslims.