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  • The Crusades Through Arab Eyesby Amin Maalouf

    Saqi 2012; US$ 18.94

    European and Arab versions of the Crusades have little in common. For Arabs, the twelfth and thirteenth centuries were years of strenuous efforts to repel a brutal and destructive invasion by barbarian hordes. Under Saladin, an unstoppable Muslim army inspired by prophets and poets finally succeeded in destroying the most powerful Crusader kingdoms.... more...

  • Death Wasn?t Painfulby Dhirendra S Jafa

    SAGE Publications 2014; US$ 32.95

    Death Wasn?t Painful  is a true account of the experiences of a former Indian fighter pilot, who was taken prisoner during the 1971 Indo-Pak/Bangladesh Liberation War. While depicting the intrepid life of fighter pilots in active combat, the book also has an introspective side where it portrays the soldier?s reactions to the terrifying realities... more...

  • Kalifen und Assassinenby Heinz Halm

    C.H. Beck 2014; US$ 32.83

    Als im Jahr 1099 die Ritter des ersten Kreuzzugs Jerusalem eroberten, nahmen sie einen feindlichen ?islamischen Orient? wahr ? und übersahen die zahlreichen Christen und Juden sowie die innerislamischen Gegensätze. Heinz Halm korrigiert das bis heute fortwirkende und auch von Muslimen gepflegte Bild von einem religiös einheitlichen Morgenland. So farbig... more...

  • Sufi Saints and State Powerby Sarah F. D. Ansari

    Cambridge University Press 1992; US$ 34.00

    An examination of British rule in Sind, and especially the role of the local Muslim elite. more...

  • Revolution, Revolt and Reform in North Africaby Ricardo Laremont

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 51.95

    Providing an account of the recent revolutions or reform movements that constituted part of the Arab Spring, this book focuses on these transformative processes in a North African context. Whilst the longer term outcomes of the Arab Spring revolts are not entirely clear, the revolutionary or reform processes in North Africa are further along... more...

  • Studies: Indian and Islamicby Bukhsh

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 230.00

    First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. more...

  • The Age of the Crusadesby P. M. Holt

    Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 83.95

    Peter Holt uses, and to some extent reinterprets, the medieval Arabic sources, to present a picture which differs in important respects from the conventional western-orientated view. more...

  • Proceed to Peshawarby George J. Hill

    Naval Institute Press 2013; US$ 36.95

    This is a story of adventure in the Hindu Kush Mountains, and of a previously untold Military and Naval Intelligence Mission along about 800 miles of the Durand Line in World War II. The American officers passed through the Tribal Areas and the princely states of the North-West Frontier Province, and into Baluchistan. It also provides an insight... more...

  • Harun al-Rashidby André Clot; John Howe

    Saqi 2014; US$ 11.65

    Harun al-Rashid, the legendary caliph portrayed in The Thousand and One Nights, was the son of a Yemenite slave who cleared Harun?s path to power, very probably by poisoning her eldest son. Harun reigned for a quarter of a century, his empire spreading over south-west Asia and into north Africa. He waged war on the Byzantine Empire, and dealt ruthlessly... more...

  • The Savage Borderby Jules Stewart

    The History Press 2013; US$ 29.15

    For centuries, Pakistan's North West Frontier has been seen as a lawless wilderness, which has given sanctuary to Osama Bin Laden and other fundamentalist Muslim leaders. This book on the territory for 40 years, includes first hand accounts of life and soldiering on the Frontier since the Second World War. more...