CSPIPrimary Doctrine Books

Islam has three sacred texts--the Koran, the Sira (life of Mohammed), and the Hadith (the Traditions of Mohammed). These are the foundations of Islam. All of Islamic religious and political doctrine are found in them.

Until now these books were unavailable to the average reader. Translations of the Koran were dense and confusing. Only scholars knew that the Sira and the Hadith existed.

Read these three books and you will know the entire doctrine of political Islam.

Mohammed and the Unbelievers: A Political Life

Mohammed and The Unbelievers The orginal Sira is an almost impenetrable 800 page book full of Arabic names and terms. Mohammed and the Unbelievers is easily followed and brings Mohammed to vivid life.

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The Political Traditions of Mohammed: The Hadith for the Unbeliever

To Muslims, all non-Islamic government is man-made and inherently evil. Islamic government is based on the Koran and the Hadith. In minute detail (example: the rules for rape), the Political Traditions of Mohammed contains all of the Hadith about the non-Muslims. This book is a fascinating read. You will learn details about Islam that you never knew existed.

A Simple Koran: Readable and Understandable

The Koran is the Muslim bible, vitally important in the understanding of Islam. Yet until now, the average reader could not hope to make sense of it. A Simple Koran remedies that by arranging events in chronological order, defining foreign terms and clarifying context.

An Abridged Koran

By removing the Koran’s many repetitions, An Abridged Koran further simplifies the read, saving time for a busy reader. Other than repetitive text, no word or sentence is omitted.

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