In order to understand the current violence in the Arab/Muslim world it is necessary to go back to its roots. This book sets out to show that the roots of Islamic terror dates back to the day the Prophet died on which an Islamic State was set up. Qur'anic Islam, which declares that the Prophet was only sent as 'Mercy to all Mankind', was from that day politicized, misinterpreted and used as means and justification for invasion, killing and pillage. The book establishes, relying on the Qur'an, the fact that Islam was meant for the Arabs alone and thus there was mission to spread it by the sword. Muslims in general and clerics in particular must accept this Qur'anic fact and reread their history and accept it for its success and failures. The only out of this quagmire is to ackwledge that some of the practices of the 'Guided Predecessors' were un-Islamic and stop teaching them to young Muslims as the right path to follow. Western Imperialists need to stop attacking Muslim land as they have been doing for two centuries if they genuinely want to avoid encouraging the recruitment, by Muslim fundamentalists, of young Muslims from among their citizens who see the invasion and subjugation of Muslim land, by the West, as an attack on their existence and identity.
As a qualified practicing Barrister in London, a practicing Arbitrator and a qualified Chartered Electronics Engineer, I have many years of experience in a variety of fields. These include teaching at undergraduate and post postgraduate levels, practicing law, advocacy, offering legal opinion in international law, engineering, business, artificial intelligence, publishing, writing, and translation. I am fluent in Arabic and English and write and broadcast in both languages. Having spent twenty five years in the Middle East, Scandinavia, and Britain, I have a broad experience of the European as well as the Middle Eastern way of life, Religions, Politics and Law. I am self-motivated, a good administrator and work to a very high standard. My main interests, outside my professions, are poetry, Islam, and international affairs. Publications: Genocide in Iraq II, The Obliteration of a Modern State, co-authored with Tarik Al-Ani, 2014, Clarity Press Inc. Atlanta. Genocide in Iraq, The Case Against the UN Security Council and Member States, co-authored with Tarik Al-Ani, 2012, Clarity Press Inc. Atlanta, Uranium in Iraq: The Poisonous Legacy of Iraq Wars, co-authored with Joanne Baker, 2009, Vandeplas Publishing. The Trial of Saddam Hussein, 2008, Clarity Press Inc. Atlanta. Founder and Editor of The Arab Review, a quarterly journal published in London between 1992- 1996 dealing with current cultural, religious and political issues of the Arab World. Contributed too many articles to cite. Numerous contributions in the form of articles on microwave engineering, optical fibres, some of which were published in professional journals but the majority were internal reports at Helsinki University of Technology in accordance with the practice there. Numerous contributions in the form of articles on politics and law especially as applied to the Middle East.