The Crisis of Islam

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Modern Library | Mar 25, 2003 | ISBN 9781588360755

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    Random House Trade Paperbacks | Mar 02, 2004 | 224 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9780812967852

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    Modern Library | Mar 25, 2003 | ISBN 9781588360755

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    Random House Audio | Mar 25, 2003 | 270 Minutes | ISBN 9781415918852

Praise

“Terrorism requires only a few. Obviously the West must defend itself by whatever means will be effective. But in devising means to fight the terrorists, it would surely be useful to understand the forces that drive them.”
—from the Introduction

“Remarkably succinct . . . It offers a long view in the midst of so much short-termism and confusing punditry. Lewis has done us all—Muslim and non-Muslim alike—a remarkable service.”
The New York Times Book Review

“Inestimable . . . replete with the exceptional historical insight that one has come to expect from the world’s foremost Islamic scholar.”
The Wall Street Journal

“A timely and provocative contribution to the current raging debate about the tensions between the West and the Islamic world.” —BusinessWeek

“No scholar of Islam in the Western world has more thoroughly earned the respect of generalists and academics alike than Bernard Lewis. . . . An excitingly knowledgeable antidote to today’s natural sense of befuddlement. . . . History with electric immediacy.”
—Baltimore Sun

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