Mike Isenberg: The Thread of Reason

by Datechguy | April 20th, 2018

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Mike Isenberg: The Thread of Reason

A friend of mine has a new book out, here is a bit from the press release about it.

When Islamic ter­ror strikes,liberals insist that it has noth­ing to do with Islam. Author Michael Isen­berg dis­agrees. His new book,The Thread of Reason,shows why. Not only is the ide­ol­ogy of ter­ror deeply rooted in Mus­lim thought,going back to medieval times, but its sources may be found in the writ­ings of one of the most revered fig­ures in Islam.

The Thread of Rea­son tells the story of the assas­si­na­tion of Nizam al-​Mulk, who ruled the Seljuq Empire,wielding more power than the sul­tans he served — until the fall night in 1092 when a terrorist’s blade struck him down on the road to Baghdad.

Deter­mined to learn who was behind the mur­der of his chief min­is­ter, the sul­tan turns to the two smartest peo­ple he knows: the lead­ing scholar of science,Omar Khayyam, and the lead­ing scholar of shari’ah(Islamic Law), Abu Hamid Ghazali.

The assas­si­na­tion of Nizam al-​Mulk hap­pened in real life,” Isen­berg says. “In my fic­tion book I solve the mys­tery of who was behind it.
“Khayyam and Ghaz­ali were real peo­ple. Khayyamwas quite a char­ac­ter. He’s the only fig­ure I came across in my research who played prac­ti­cal jokes. In the west he’s known for a col­lec­tion of poems he wrote called the Rubaiyat — Sheldon

If you like his­tor­i­cal fic­tion you’ll like his book. You can buy his book here.

Of course even a fic­tional account of Islam can get you into trou­ble with the SPLC of course that was until some­one decided to stand up to their Anti-​Muslim extrem­ist scam

A friend of mine has a new book out, here is a bit from the press release about it.

When Islamic terror strikes,liberals insist that it has nothing to do with Islam. Author Michael Isenberg disagrees. His new book,The Thread of Reason,shows why. Not only is the ideology of terror deeply rooted in Muslim thought,going back to medieval times, but its sources may be found in the writings of one of the most revered figures in Islam.

The Thread of Reason tells the story of the assassination of Nizam al-Mulk, who ruled the Seljuq Empire,wielding more power than the sultans he served—until the fall night in 1092 when a terrorist’s blade struck him down on the road to Baghdad.

Determined to learn who was behind the murder of his chief minister, the sultan turns to the two smartest people he knows: the leading scholar of science,Omar Khayyam, and the leading scholar of shari’ah(Islamic Law), Abu Hamid Ghazali.

“The assassination of Nizam al-Mulk happened in real life,” Isenberg says. “In my fiction book I solve the mystery of who was behind it.
“Khayyam and Ghazali were real people. Khayyamwas quite a character. He’s the only figure I came across in my research who played practical jokes. In the west he’s known for a collection of poems he wrote called the Rubaiyat—Sheldon

If you like historical fiction you’ll like his book. You can buy his book here.

Of course even a fictional account of Islam can get you into trouble with the SPLC of course that was until someone decided to stand up to their Anti-Muslim extremist scam

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