For decades, politicians have debated and posed solutions for the troubled region we know as the "Middle East" to no avail. Professor Saleem Abdulrauf, a world-renowned American neurosurgeon with ancestral roots in the Arabian Peninsula, has developed innovative solutions in his field, and in this book, he applies his expertise to solving the mystery that is the "Middle East." Professor Abdulrauf has operated on hundreds of patients with complex brain tumors and aneurysms; the process of treating such life-threatening conditions involves a review of published data and critical analysis of available treatment options. In some cases, Professor Abdulrauf has had to think outside the box to develop new surgical techniques and instruments to cure his patients. He has learned to systematically and scientifically break down a problem to come up with effective solutions. In Three Invaders, Professor Abdulrauf employs this strategy to evaluate the situation in the "Middle East" and present novel solutions. He shares with the reader omitted historical facts and provides insights into previously undisclosed geopolitics of popular culture-in particular, the 2,000-year cultural, military, and political history of the interaction among the peoples of the three Abrahamic religions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam), with a special focus on the past 100 years.
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Table of Contents
Section 1: Three Daggers to the Heart
Chapter 1: Invaders from the East: Destruction of the City of Knowledge
Chapter 2:Invaders from the West: Ultimate Betrayal
Chapter 3: Invaders from the East 2.0: False Kings
Section 2: The Heist of the Century
Chapter 4: Are Blue-Eyed People More Violent?
Chapter 5: Are Arabs Scam Artists?
Chapter 6: Longing for Armageddon
Section 3: Three Invaders of Jerusalem
Chapter 7: Deus Vult
Chapter 8: Clash of the Holy Warriors
Chapter 9: Birth of a Nation
An Observation: The Most Violent & the Most Tolerant Religion: A Study
Section 4: Three Lions
Chapter 10: Dracula: A Lion from Transylvania
Chapter 11: Omar al-Mukhtar: A Lion from the Desert
Chapter 12: Ulysses S. Grant: A Lion from the Midwest
Section 5: Three Outsiders
Chapter 13: "Am I Not a Man and a Brother?"
Chapter 14: The Iran Dilemma
Chapter 15: A Plan to Demolish the Taj Mahal!