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  • By Larry A. Singleton on June 9, 2016

    The lack of an index renders this book almost completely useless. It stops at the letter "P" and there's nothing after that. Does anybody know where I can get the index online? This would be a really big help.Some of the most brilliant books on Islam are Andrew Bostom's "Legacy" books. Unfortunately the Index in a couple of them are separated into "People" and "Places". Fortunately he corrects this lapse in his other book Sharia vs. Freedom: The Legacy of Islamic Totalitarianism.FYI: I'm reading Ann Mayer's Islam and Human Rights. I happened to come across a "complementary" CAIR Koran which mentions Muhammad Asad who according to the Introduction was big on human rights and who got on the wrong side of fundamentalists in Pakistan. Especially when it came to punishments and sharia. He has an impression bio, unfortunately I couldn't find him in either Bostom or Mayer's books. Whether you agree or disagree with "Islam" this is a guy who merits some kind of mention. He said that the mistake of those trying to build an Islamic State is that they consider the punishments first when it's people's rights that should be considered first. Dealing with this issue a lot lately I'm truly surprised I've never heard of the guy.There's a lot of whitewashing when it comes to the Koran and the history of Islam and CAIR's Koran is no exception. You'll find this in Maulana Muhammad Ali's Qur'an with Commentary. A great book to fine tune your bs detector when it comes to seeing through the propaganda and the "Religion of Peace".

  • By Al Kitaab on August 25, 2004

    A faithful exposition of Islamic Jurisprudence - addresssed to both Muslims and non-Muslims. Islamic legal theories are presented from the perspective of comparitive jurisprudence and the reader is enabled to grasp the characteristics of Islamic Law that make it a distinct legal and jurisprudential system.

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