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The Religion of the Crescent
Islam: Its Strength, Its Weakness,
 Its Origin, Its Influence.

Reference: Rev. William St. Clair-Tisdall(1859-1928), The Religion of the Crescent or Islam: Its Strength, Its Weakness, Its Origin, Its Influence,  Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, London, England, 1895, 251 pages.

Background:  This book offers insights into the religion promulgated by Muhammad. It covers the strengths, weakness, origins and influence of Muhammad's religion.

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Last edited 02-24-2001

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