One of the great questions of the 21st century is: What is the true nature of Islam? The popular message is that Islam is one of the great world religions, a peaceful religion, a foundation of world civilization, its Golden Age was the highpoint of history, and it preserved Western thought while we were in the Dark Ages.

The alternative message is that Islam is a brutal, backward, woman abusing, violent, intellectually narrow ideology that is out to annihilate civilization.

Which side is right? How do we resolve this issue?

Can it even be resolved?

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The Trilogy Project

Islam has three sacred texts: Koran, Sira and Hadith. These texts have been analyzed using simple statistics. Here are some of the topics that have been studied:

The Relative Sizes of the Trilogy Texts
Amount of Text Devoted to the Kafir
Amount of Sira Text Devoted to Topic
Anti-Jew Text in Trilogy
Percentage of Trilogy Text Devoted to Jihad
Woman’s Status in the Koran
Woman’s Status in the Hadith
Greater Jihad
Lesser Jihad
The meaning of the word “brother” in Islam
The Sunna of Mohammed: The Number of Times the Koran Commands
Muslims to Imitate Mohammed
The 13 Verses that reveal that a Muslim is not the friend of a Kafir


Statistical Chart Library

Dr. Bill Warner’s statistical research is available for download and use.

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Jihad Battles Against Classical Civilization

Islamic Battles

Between 632 and 1922, Islam launched 548 offensive battles against classical civilization. This database was used for the dynamic battle map for the video, Why We Are Afraid.

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Old Testament Political Violence

A graphical comparison of political violence in the passages of the Hebrew Old Testament, Christian New Testament, and the Islamic KoranSira, and Hadith.

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Supporting Data

The analysis of Jew attacks on Gentiles.


Other Studies

There are other scholars who have done statistical studies of Islam’ texts. Amber Pawlik has used statistical sampling methods to achieve some of the same results.

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