- Paperback: 188 pages
- Publisher: cspi (February 28, 2006)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 097855289X
- ISBN-13: 978-0978552893
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
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Bill Warner, Ph.D., is a respected expert on political Islam. As an international speaker, author, and video blogger, Warner analyzes Islamic doctrine using scientific methods and evaluations from the Islamic Trilogy of the Koran, the Sira, Mohammed s biography and the Hadith, the traditions of Mohammed. Warner founded the Center for the Study of Political Islam (CSPI) to further explore and educate about Islamic ideology and its ramifications for Western Civilization.
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The advantage of this book over some modern biographies of Muhammad is that this book has not been filtered through the lenses of Muslim apologetics or modern Western political correctness. The story comes directly from Islam's earliest and most sacred sources. Almost every paragraph in the book has been documented from those sources.
The picture that emerges is that Muhammad was a man who was kind, hospitable, generous, loving, patient and forgiving--toward Muslims who submitted completely and unquestioningly to his rule.
Toward "Kafirs" (unbelievers), on the other hand, he was mercilessly vicious and cruel. He would threaten, intimidate, deceive, rob, rape, enslave, torture, execute and slaughter Kafirs by the hundreds! On one occasion, he sat all day long watching literally hundreds of Jews who had surrendered to him being beheaded at his command. Then he ordered their wives and children into slavery.
Muhammad ordered the executions of people for no other reason than the fact that those people had criticized Muhammad or had changed their minds and turned away from his religion. He "captured slaves, sold slaves, bought slaves, freed slaves, tortured slaves, had sex with slaves, gave slaves as gifts of pleasure, received slaves as gifts, and sued slaves for work" (164).
He allowed the black slave of his wife Aisha to be tortured in order to determine whether Aisha was faithful to him or not--and only after the torture revealed that Aisha was faithful did Muhammad receive a revelation exonerating her of any wrongdoing.
These stories do not come from Islamo-phobic right wing "crusaders" but from Islam's earliest and most sacred sources. These are the stories and teachings that Muhammad encouraged his followers to emulate--and which faithful Muslims in power have emulated for over a thousand years.
The book is absolutely outstanding and should be near the top of the reading list for every adult in America--especially for those in government.