F. W. Burleigh draws on an academic and investigative background to recreate the life of one of the most disruptive personalities of history. He spent three years carrying out a line-by-line study of more than 20,000 pages of the original documents of Islam to bring forth this work. Based on solid scholarship, the book is written in a lively and thoroughly engaging style.
An Iranian horrified by the violence of the mullahs wishes he could know the true Islam of Muhammad. He finds himself in 7th century Arabia and becomes Muhammad's scribe. He soon sees why Islam is so violent and rebels. He is about to be beheaded when he returns to Iran in a way that shows he is the long-awaited Imam of Time, but what he has to say brings the rage of Iran’s rulers down on him.
Why all the car bombs, beheadings, and mass murders in the Middle East? Why the relentless killing of non-Muslims throughout the world by the followers of Muhammad's religion? People blame verses of the Koran, but it's not about the Koran. It's about the man who composed the Koran.