Wars of Religion: Author Deals with Islam Through the Ages
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla., Sept 02, 2008 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Islam and the men leading it into the 21st century are studied in “Fear God and the Shadow of the Muslim Sword” (published by AuthorHouse — http://www.authorhouse.com).
Mr. Pat has written a book that feeds that intense hunger for knowledge of the Islamic world that could not be found in the days following 9/11. It is a rational explanation based on historical fact and books written by modern Islamic scholars, who claim to put forth the truth of a “peaceful but misunderstood religion.” “Fear God and the Shadow of the Muslim Sword” takes a different approach, and demonstrates that Islamic authors sympathetic to the Prophet Muhammad mask the true nature of Islam behind the cloak of Abraham.
Mr. Pat exposes the brutal side of Islam, but also the brutality of the Christians during the Crusades and European colonization, showing that it was not a one-sided war. He exposes the truth about the realignment of the civilizations of the People of the Book in the Middle East, which took place between the 7th Century and the end of the 20th Century.
“Fear God and the Shadow of the Muslim Sword” exposes the reality of a life that brutalizes women, and applies punishments for crimes the civilized world left behind with the passing of the Middle Ages. Honor killings of young women by family members are widespread throughout the Islamic world and have found their way to the Muslim communities in the secular societies of Europe and America. By dealing with unchangeable Islamic law, that even today says that rape is not a crime but demands death by stoning for the crime of adultery and allows marriages of middle-aged men to girls as young as eight or nine, the flawed fabric of Islam and those leading it are exposed