Author(s): Elias Al-Maqdisi
This most important book examines in depth and with a mastery of the basic documents, the crucial issues of our time. What are the sources of the enmity that drive and justify Jihad in all its forms? Will Judaism and Christianity survive when currently global Islam, supported by the universal Caliphate's Jihad against Israel enforces its 7th century claim to be the origin of these two faiths? This is the real meaning of the Jihad against Israel. With knowledge, skill and irrefutable scholarship, Al-Maqdisi & Solomon identify and explain the root cause of the Islamic denial of the Jewish and Christian Biblical history, identity and patrimony in the Holy Land. This masterpiece provides a mine of information on the Islamic challenge to Western survival, and should be read by everyone. Professor Bat Ye'or, Author Landmark works include "The Dhimmi: Jews and Christians under Islam," "Islam and Dhimmitude: Where Civilizations Collide," "Eurabia: The Euro-Arab Axis" Elias Al-Maqdisi & Sam Solomon's Al-Yahud: Eternal Islamic Enmity & the Jews represents another groundbreaking work from this prolific writing duo. Following Al-Maqdisi/Solomon's Al-Hijra: The Islamic Doctrine of Immigration, Al-Yahud uncovers and explains some of the deepest held Islamic doctrinal beliefs supporting the continuous Jihad against the one enemy of Islam that is never forgotten or forgiven-the Jew. In Al-Yahud, the authors literally uncover the root of the problem between the Jews and the Muslims, a problem that manifests itself in the current Middle East conflict, which is currently being framed as a classical land-for-peace issue. Not so, say Al-Maqdisi/Solomon-the problem is forever and will continue to haunt us as long as Muslims continue to believe in Muhammed's mission to retroactively supersede and claim the origins of Judeo-Christian Monotheism, then to "correct," and finally to complete the Jewish and Christian revelations. Bjorn Larsen, President International Free Press Society (Canada) Sam Solomon, a convert to Christianity and an expert on Islam, is a senior lecturer and research coordinator, a human rights activist and an advisor to British as well as European parliamentarians. Sam has authored a number of thought-provoking books and numerous articles on Christian Muslim relations. Elias Al-Maqdisi was a prolific writer and debater, an author of some 15 books, and a regular contributor to many Internet sites on this complex subject of Islam and its teachings.