Atlas of the Islamic Conquests
Hardback: 490 Pages
Compiled by: Ahmad Adil Kamal
Translation and Additions: Samih Stretch/Mohsin Farani
From the publisher, "History is a mirror of the past days and nights of nations and communities. Hence, the History of Islam is not only a mirror of the fourteen centuries of the Muslim Ummah but it also signifies the best human civilization on the face of the earth. So a stark necessity arises to acquaint new generations of the Muslim Ummah with great intellectual and political leaders and renowned personalities along with such men achievements and valiant heroes who defeated false forces in battlefields in order to propagate the true religion in those lands where the darkness of paganism and ignorance prevailed. 'Atlas of the Islamic Conquests' has been prepared in view of the same lofty aim. In it events of consecutive days, months and years of major Islamic conquests, starting from the period of the first Caliph Abu Bakr Siddiq, radhiyallaahu 'anhu, to the reign of Ottoman Caliph Murad III, have been described, with four-coloured maps and unique snaps, in such a manner that the reader goes along with them and comes across wonderful historical happenings and new secrets of history are disclosed to him. Thoroughly study of 'Atlas of the Islamic Conquests' yourself and motivate your children, kith and kins and friends to study it. This unique atlas, having intrinsic and apparent beauty, is a masterpiece of history and research and a rich present for English readers."