The Myth of Muslim Barbarism and Its Aims
In this book, S. E. Al-Djazairi complements his substantial works on Islamic Civilisation by detailing the nature of the myth of Muslim Barbarism, how it was built through the ages and what forms it takes today. He demonstrates the fallacies at the heart of each of its aspects including the charges of intolerance, and oppression of women.
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THE MANUFACTURE OF THE MUSLIM BEAST
WESTERN VIEWS OF THE TURKS
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