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The Myth of Muslim Barbarism and Its Aims by S.E. Zaimeche al-Djazairi
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Aug 21, 2007

it was amazing
bookshelves: history, religion
Recommended for: All
Read in October, 2007

This is a shoking book which reveals how and how much Islam and Muslims have been vilified over the centuries. More crucially, the author explains why this was done and to put it as bluntly as him: if Muslims are considered as less than humans (barbaric, sexist, backwards, murderers, liars, slave traders, etc.), then they can be massacred without anyone in the public opinion raising an eyebrow.

It's an impressive research by Islamic historian Dr Al-Djazairi, also author of The Hidden Debt to Islamic Civilisation, The Golden Age and Decling of I-C and on the Crusades among others. This is his most emotional book and one can feel the frustration and anger behind the words, which we can only share.

A must read to open one's eyes on today's manipulations as well as historical lies.
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Faisal indeed an eye opening research by Dr. Al Djazairi... must read for muslim ummah.

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