Every Moslem should read this book; it will make him a better person.
I would personally recommend this timely and detailed book to anyone with an interest in the history of Islam, the Middle East and the ongoing situation in the region.
The book is well documented and exceptionally well written by an expert on the subject.
A must read to gain a greater understanding of how the Arab and the Muslim minds work. Important for understanding what is happening in the Middle East between the various... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Phillip R. Yoho
He tells it like it is. I would of preferred much less 'sensitivity' in sharing a scholarly view of all the material presented. (He probably was afraid of a Jihad against him!)Published 7 months ago by Isaac H
Clearly written, this work demonstrates the high quality of scholarship by a renowned academic in the field of Middle Eastern studies. Read morePublished 11 months ago by an acquaintance
I found this to be a superb book. As a Christian, it gave me a much better understanding of Islam, and I felt much more at peace with them after having read it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Melvin D Frerking
Read enough about Islam and her history, and you will begin to internalize Edward Said's point of view: western imperialism is to blame for the flaws and fundamentalism in Islamic... Read morePublished 22 months ago by M. Heiss
Thank you for the book in question i.e.Islamic Imperialism.It is an excellent work by Professor Efraim Karsh. Read morePublished 23 months ago by carpet lover
"Timely book with all the protests going on. Based on this book, the more that changes, the more that stays the same. Read morePublished on September 28, 2011 by Glenn D. Robinson
This excellent work allows one to understand the imperialistic and intolerant side to islam.
Islam was not unremittingly intolerant however but was relatively tolerant... Read more
I wish I could buy a copy for every member of Congress, the President and the Secretary of State--and get them to read it. Read morePublished on June 3, 2011 by Robert A. Hall