| The History of Jihad: “A compelling saga of Islamic ascendancy which the West has opposed with cowardice”
| Tuesday, August 21, 2018
Jihad Watch : Edward Cline is a novelist; I am grateful to him for this detailed and thoughtful review of my new book The History of Jihad From Muhammad to ISIS, which you can order here.
Demand for the book has far exceeded expectations. Currently it is out
of stock, but it is being reprinted and will be available again very
soon. And if you order it from Amazon now, they’ll throw in the Kindle
edition immediately for another three dollars, and send you the hard
copy when it becomes available. Click here to order now.
“Review: The History of Jihad,” by Edward Cline, August 20, 2018:
The initial three quarters of Robert Spencer’s The History of Jihad: From Muhammad to ISIS,
is so packed with information about the 1,400-year jihad waged by Islam
against the world that one can only read it with continuous, stunned
astonishment. You wind up asking yourself: did so many millions die or
become enslaved by the sword of Islam, AKA the “religion of peace”? Well, yes, they did. Whole populations were slaughtered, cities were destroyed, and nations, on all four continents, were erased as though they had never existed (Persia, for example, was never Iran).
Spencer meticulously traces the bloody depredations and history of Islam from the 19th
century clear back to Mohammad’s time in the seventh century, citing
current and contemporary works on the conquests and triumphs of Islam by
both Western and Islamic writers and chroniclers. The jihad never
stopped, and rarely lost steam, but if it lost impetus, it was only
because of infighting between sects of Islam, which temporarily sapped
and diverted its energy and appetite for conquest and dominance. But
jihad was rarely forgotten.
Read it all here...................
|posted by D.Swami Gwekanandam @ 1:08 PM