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Mohammed, The Prophet of Islam

by H. E. E. Hayes

This ignorant author has at least any of these problems-

1.He wants to create a new crusade by spreading lies.
2.He is probably talking about any other "Mohammed" (spelling error, but still better than "Mahomet"). And he is probably talking about any other Islam which does not exist.
3.The writer dreamt a heavy dream.
4.He is a blind-radical.

Reviewed on 2012.02.20

Christianity and Islam

by C.H. Becker

A total symbol of ignorance of Becker. I wonder, how is this book in ManyBooks.net?
It is a radical and false book, based on the jealousy and misinterpretation by the author.
There is no such thing named "Mohammedanism". If Muslims reply with saying Christians as "Paulists", how will christians feel?
* The author of this book failed to give any reference for the false words he added for Islam and Mohammad. It is a radical book that can create anger in the hearts of Muslims and even Non-Muslim Truthfuls'.

Reviewed on 2012.01.27

Macbeth

by William Shakespeare

A must-read classic. At last, Macbeth died, but, he wasn't coward and died bravely.

Reviewed on 2011.12.22

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