Professor Charles Upton reviews the three-volume series edited by Dr John Andrew Morrow, Islam and the People of the Book: Critical Studies on the Covenants of the Prophet.
That 911 was an inside job is now becoming widely recognized. Most people, however, have only a hunch about it. In this book, many experts prove beyond doubt that the official version put out by the US regime is total bunk.
The terms Eurasia and Eurasianism have recently been used quite extensively. This book explores the origin and meanings of the terms.
The official reason for banning Muslim practices—hijab, ban on construction or expansion of mosques in France—goes against the very principle of liberty that French officials are allegedly trying to protect.
Shining light on the terrorist nature of Zionism and the birth of Israel that emerged by shedding the blood of Palestinian civilians and by indulging in ethnic cleansing.
Without Soviet power, Communism in Eastern Europe has slipped into crude nationalism bringing people to power with clearly fascist tendencies.
Soviet Union’s demise opened the floodgates to Western capitalists’ exploitation of Eastern Europe
Zionists try to turn God into an exclusive Jewish deity.
With his itchy finger on the nuclear button, arrogant and dumb Trump is a clear danger to the world.
Enlightened Unitarianism’s huge debt to Islam and its ideas of social and political justice.
Roshan Salih’s book about journalism, almost a memoir, makes fascinating reading as he provides insights into the workings of Western as well as Muslim media outlets. He has worked for both.
Living a ghettoized existence in the Soviet Union, the Zionist Jews recreated the same ghetto in Occupied Palestine that they named Israel.
Andrew Harding traces the life of Mohamud (Tarzan) Nur, son of a shepherd, who grew up in an orphanage to become the mayor of Mogadishu. He is aiming to become the country’s president.
Incarceration, meant as punishment, is turning out to be a medium of education for victims.
Graeme Wood has made a name for himself as being some kind of a specialist on the takfiri terrorists but his attempt to paint everyone with the same brush is too sweeping a generalization.
Kazakhstan may appear insignificant on the global chessboard but it offers important lessons for national identity for people in the entire Central Asian region and beyond.
If Muslims want to learn how hadith literature has been distorted, these two books will help them in this quest.2
Canadian writer and scholar Eric Walberg reviews two books that consider Barack Obama’s legacy as president. Eric Walberg considers the Obama legacy through the eyes of James Petras who wrote The End of the Republic and the Delusion of Empire (Clarity Press, 2016; 254pp., $24.95 pbk), and Jeremy Hammond, author of Obstacle to Peace: The US Role in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (Worldview Publications, 2016; 538pp., $22.99 pbk).
Russian-Iranian relations form the backdrop of this review in which Western writers are found to lack understanding of other societies because they have little knowledge of local languages, culture or access to primary sources. Dmitry Shlapentokh, associate professor at Indiana State University, South Bend, Indiana, reviews Russia-Iran Relations Since the End of the Cold War by Eric D. Moore (Routledge, 2014; 242 pp., $8.84 hbk).
Science is not as objective as it is made out to be nor is it as definitive as its proponents would like to project. The book of the Philosophy of Science explains what is at work. House columnist Maksud Djavadov reviews the Philosophy of Science — A Very Short Introduction by Dr. Samir Okasha, a must read for religious and non-religious people in the contemporary world who want to gain a basic non-dogmatic understanding of science.