The Political Traditions of Mohammed

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The Political Traditions of Mohammed contains all of the Traditions about the non-Muslims. This book is a fascinating read. You will learn details about Islam that you never knew existed.

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The Political Traditions of Mohammed

Mohammed is the perfect pattern of an Islamic sacred life. So Mohammed’s political life is the perfect model of Islamic politics. Everything that Islam does or says about the non-Muslim is political. It cannot be religious since the Koran forbids religious activity with the nonbeliever. Over half of the Koran is political and is about the unbelievers, three-quarters of the Sira (the life of Mohammed) is political and nearly a quarter of Mohammed’s Traditions (the Hadith) are about Islamic politics.

The Traditions contain all of the tactical aspects of jihad. Jihad is neither a blind fury nor a hatred for the non-Muslim, but is a sacred act to prepare the world for Islam. Jihad is demanded for all Muslims and is the sixth pillar of Islam. The Trilogy contains Islam’s highly developed political system of slavery. Arabic contains more words for slave than any other language. Read about the political doctrine of slavery that has been practiced for 1400 years and continues today. Islam has a dualistic ethical system.

The Political Traditions of Mohammed contains both sets of ethics-one for the Muslim and one for the unbelievers. You cannot understand Islam without understanding the Hadith. The Hadith has far more influence over the daily actions of a Muslim than the Koran. Read The Political Traditions of Mohammed. Know Islam from its source.

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Number of Pages: 180

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7 reviews for The Political Traditions of Mohammed

  1. Frank
    5 out of 5


    A great book!!!
    By Frank “Frank” on December 7, 2006

    This is and outstanding work that fully explains the Islamic mission in political terms. After reading this book, you will completely understand the Islamic doctrine and the threat to non-Muslims and other religious cultures. This is one of several books written by the Center for the Study of Political Islam and I would recommend each of these texts. They represent the most comprehensive study of Islamic scripture to date. Frank, Vanderbilt University

  2. F. Rosenzweig Lives
    5 out of 5


    Mohammedanism Made Simple for the Unbelievers
    By F. Rosenzweig Lives on May 28, 2007

    This 179-page paperback, Volume 2 in the ten-book series, fills a gigantic void for any layperson who wants to study the Hadith, also known as the Sunna, in easily readable “newspaper”/middlebrow English, logically, contextually and topically organized. Previously, one could not find such a compilation of verbatim excerpts in one place meant specifically for non-specialists interested in learning about Islam.

    Most Westerners have no concept of how towering a figure Mohammed is to Muslims. He is in actuality a God-like figure in every way to the vast majority of Muslims — laity and clergy, Sunni and Shia, highly educated and illiterate — no matter what Muslim and Western apologists try to tell us. He is the “Seal of the Prophets” and “Allah’s Apostle.” Along with the Koran, the semi-sacred Hadith sets forth the theology of Islam and the most holy sacrament of Islam, Jihad (holy warfare against the unbelievers), as complemented by the Sira (canonical biographies of Mohammed). The religion of Islam is built like a three-legged stool: it can only be understood by reading all three parts of what the publisher (Center for the Study of Political Islam, CSPI) terms the “Islamic Trilogy” — The Koran, Hadith and Sira.

    Muslims like to say that they don’t worship Mohammed, so they shouldn’t be called Mohammedans. But Lutherans don’t worship Martin Luther and Confucians don’t worship Confucius. This is but one of endless skirmishes in the civilizational war (this skirmish lost by the PC academics of the West) that has befallen the planet between the “unitary” ethical system underlying the Judeo-Christian values of the West (not to mention the cognate ones of the Dharmic religions) and the “dualistic” situational ethics — one set of ethics for believers, another for infidels — of Islam (which means “to submit”) and Muslims (“those who have submitted”), who live by Mohammed’s example and exposition of how to treat the unbelievers as contained in the Hadith.

    This work is a true page-turner, riveting as a “holy book” can be. Some of the chapter titles: Ethics – Jihad – The Dhimmis – The Beheading – Slaves – Women – Sex – Apostates – Sharia Law. The book includes a 6-page overview at the beginning, a most enlightening 7-page epilogue, and a one-page bibliography.

    CSPI used anonymous scholars to translate the Hadith and write the overview and epilogue chapters. That is a sad commentary on the fact of life that any Higher Criticism analysis of the Islamic holy texts is strictly forbidden by almost all Islamic scholars of Islam. Death fatwas (edicts by Islamic authorities) cast a pall over any serious students of Islam who attempt to apply two-hundred-year-old Western scholastic disciplines to bear upon the holy books of Islam. That is why CSPI has done such a great service to non-believers worldwide in giving hitherto impossible entre into the heart and soul of Islamic theology.

    This great work of “scholarship for the masses” is a landmark in bringing the tenets of Islam to any Westerner who can read a daily newspaper.

    Kudos to CSPI for this brilliant little book!

  3. Colonel R. H. S.
    5 out of 5


    Political Islam
    By R. H. Sweat “Colonel R. H. S.” on May 7, 2009

    I bought this book for my own education on Islam. I found it very informative and interesting. It helps in understanding current world events.

  4. G. Wenner
    5 out of 5


    This book will enlighten every reader from the vail of ignorance
    By G. Wenner on November 17, 2009

    Answers to the many questions concerning radical Islam. You wont hear this on the 6:00 o’clock news, but we should be. This book is a must read for all humanbeings.

  5. Byron Fitzgerald
    5 out of 5


    Enlightening Book
    By Byron Fitzgerald on September 21, 2012

    This book gets to the basics on Islamic beliefs and describes these beliefs in clear, easy to understand language. I use it as a reference for this very complex area of study.

  6. mdippy
    5 out of 5


    Very Informative
    By Mark “mdippy” on February 9, 2014

    Every page is an eye opener and you will have hard time putting it down. I found my self saying “Really?” and
    Really!” a lot when reading this book. A very good book for anyone who wants to know the political laws and structures that Muhammad put forth. Condensed and easy to understand and read. Very comprehensive. It will change your view on Islam and enlighten you concerning how Jihad served as the means by which Islam spread throughout the east. Definitely a must have for anyone studying the truth about Islam.

  7. Victor Sakala
    5 out of 5


    Five Stars
    By Victor Sakala on November 4, 2014

    Fascinating and easy to read. It should be required reading for all kafirs (unbelievers)

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