Jihad

By: Paul Fregosi

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Near Fine. Both book and cover are Clean and well kept. 1st edition; 1st printing. Light wear to cover. Boards are black with gold gilt print on spine; spine has some light bumping. **ADDITIONAL SHIPPING MAY APPLY TO INTERNATIONAL ORDERS** About the book: "Jihad," the Muslim holy war against Christians and others, has raged for 1,300 years with bloody conquests in Europe dating from campaigns to convert the infidels in the 7th century to today's random acts of terrorism in the name of Allah. Yet this huge unrecorded "hole" in European history has been censored and stifled by political and literary authorities who have feared reprisals from angry Muslims trying to hide a legacy of brutality vastly more bloody and six times longer in duration than the atrocities of the crusades. This is the engrossing factual account of the immense and little-known Islamic military invasions of Europe, and the major players who led them, beginning around 650 CE. The Islamic Arabs (and later the Moors) occupied a number of the Mediterranean Islands, and invaded Spain and Portugal in 711 CE, and ruled over much of the Iberian peninsula for the next 800 years. France was attacked and invaded, as was Italy, and the European coasts all the way to Ireland and Iceland. The Muslims swept over the Balkans, besieged Vienna, and were intermittent masters of Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, and Hungary into the 19th century, destroying the Byzantines and conquering Constantinople (turning it into Istanbul). Ambitious and unrelenting, the Muslims also sought to conquer Austria and Russia.

Title: Jihad

Author Name: Paul Fregosi

Categories: Religion, History-General, History- Religion,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: New York, Prometheus Books: 1998

ISBN Number: 1573922471

ISBN Number 13: 9781573922470

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Type: Book

lbs: 1.00 lbs

Seller ID: 000392

Keywords: Fregosi, History, Religion, Islam