Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Fjordman: Refuting God's Crucible

Fjordman refutes the latest exercise in wishful thinking about Muslim Spain and Islamic history in general:

This text is written in response to God's Crucible: Islam and the Making of Europe, 570-1215 by David Levering Lewis, an American historian and two-time winner of the prestigious Pulitzer Prize. In my opinion the book is largely a waste of money. This essay is not made to review the book as much as it is to refute it. It overlaps to some extent with the text The Truth About Islam in Europe, which I have published at the Brussels Journal before. Briefly summed up, God's Crucible laments the fact that Charles Martel, "the Hammer," halted the advancing Islamic Jihad at the Battle of Tours or, Battle of Poitiers, in 732

Comment: It is obvious that David Levering Lewis has been driven quite mad by political correctness. Thank you, Fjordman, for a devastating review that demolished the silly ideas of Lewis.

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