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Unholy War: Extremism in the Name of Islam

Naunihal Singh (Author)
Synopsis Saudi Arabia's top cleric called on Muslims world-wide to forsake terrorism, saying those who claim to be holy warriors were an affront to the faith. In a sermon that was remarkable not only for its strong language but also its timing--at the peak of the Annual Haj--Sheik Abdul Aziz al-Sheik told two million pilgrims that terrorists were giving their enemies an excuse to criticize Muslim nations. Is it Holy War to Shed Muslim blood? Is it Holy War to shed the blood of non-Muslims given sanctuary in Muslim lands? Is it Holy War to destroy the possession of Muslims", he said recently. A large number of the victims of suicide attacks in Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Iraq and elsewhere have been Muslims. In speaking of terrorists who killed fellow Muslims, Al-Sheik was clearly referring to the prophet Muhammad's final sermon, delivered on Mount Arafat 14 centuries ago. Islam forbids all forms of injustice, killing without just cause, treachery, hijacking of planes, beats and transportation means", he said. The book will be useful for the Muslims and non-Muslims, scholars of Islam and the general readers.
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Naunihal Singh

Dr. Naunihal Singh earned the degrees of M.A. (Economics), M.A. (Sociology), L.L.B. (with International Law), Ph.D. (Management) and D.Litt. (International Business). He was also educated at the Royal College of Science and Technology, Glasgow, U.K, and La Sorbonne University, Paris, France. Dr. Singh taught as Professor of Business Administration at many institutions of USA. A prolific writer, Dr. Singh has authored about fifty books on National and International Affairs. Formerly Director in the Government of India, and Member, Board of Governors, Engineering College, Kurukshetra University, India, Dr. Singh has represented India at the United Nations Economic Commission for Asia and Far East (ECAFE) at Addis Ababa. He negotiated trade with Japan on behalf of the Government of India during Expo ’70 held in Osaka. Dr. Singh travelled widely in Europe including England, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Venezuela, Combodia, Chile, Japan and other South-Eastern countries, and African countries. A wide spectrum person Dr. Singh was till recently a Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha).

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Bibliographic information

Title Unholy War: Extremism in the Name of Islam
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Radha Publications
Language: English
isbn 8174873597
length xv+128p., 23cm.