Islam Undressed: References

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Islam Undressed
By: Vernon Richards
Introduction: The View from Outside
The Issues at Hand
‘Real Islam’ from the Religious Texts
Islam and Jihad
Muhammad’s Actions, Speaking Louder than Words
The Battle of Badr
Actions of the four "Rightly Guided" Caliphs
Early Islam and the Crusades
Islam, Non-Muslims and Apostates
Islamic Honesty and Honor
The American Muslim
Worldwide Islam Today, by Country
Today’s News from Peaceful Islam
Real Islam; a Case Study
Islamic Psychology 101
Islamic Politics 101
The Infidel POW
Beslan, Russia and Islam
Persia-Egypt and Islam
Islamic Aid (Jizyah)
Spin …The Art of Ignoring the Obvious
The Gathering Storm
Seeds of Armageddon
Roots of Today’s Campaign
Liberty Threatened
Hard Options in Israel
Islamic Contradictions and Hypocrisies
Never-Ending Islamic Conspiracies
The Final Analysis on Real Islam
The Path Ahead
Epilogue: Dark Premonitions
References
About the Author
  • "The Nobel Qur’an", translated by Dr. Muhammad Taqi-ud-Din Al-Hilali and Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan, published by Maktaba Dar-us-Salam, PO Box 21441, Riyadh 11475, Saudi Arabia, 1994. (Internet version available here)
  • Dawood, N. J., "The Koran", Penguin, London, England, 1995
  • Gatje, Helmut, "The Qur’an and its Exegesis", Oneworld, Oxford, England, 1997
  • Rodwell, J. M., "The Koran", by, published by Everyman, London, England
  • Ali, Yusef, "The Holy Qur'an", published by Amana, Beltsville, Maryland, USA, 1989 (Internet version here, and also available on WikiIslam here)
  • Asad, Muhammad , "The Message of the Qur’an", Dar Al-Andaulus, Gibraltar, 1980


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