Table of contents for The legacy of Jihad : Islamic holy war and the fate of non-Muslims / edited by Andrew G. Bostom with a foreword by Ibn Warraq.

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Table of Contents
A Note on the Cover Art
Foreward (Ibn Warraq) 
1. Jihad Conquests and the Imposition of Dhimmitude- A Survey (Andrew G. Bostom, MD, MS) 
2. Jihad in the Qur'an and Hadith
Classical and Modern Qur'anic Commentators on 
Qur'an 9:29
3. Muslim Theologians and Jurists on Jihad 
Classical Writings (Excerpts) from Sunni and Shi'ite Islamic jurisprudence 
Malik b. Anas (d. 795)
Ibn Abi Zayd al-Qayrawani (d. 996 )
Averroes (d. 1198)
Ibn Khaldun (d. 1406) 
Ibn Qudama (d. 1223 )
Ibn Taymiyya (d. 1328)
Abu Yusuf (d. 798)
Shaybani (d. 803/805)
Shaikh Burhanuddin Ali of Marghinan (d. 1196)
Al-Shafi'i (d. 820)
Al-Mawardi (d. 1058)
Barani (d. 1357)
Three Sufi Jurists
Al-Ghazali (d. 1111)
Sirhindi (d. 1624)
Shah Wali-Allah (d. 1762)
Three Shi'ite Jurists
Al-Hilli (d. 1277)
Muhammad al-Amili (d. 1621)
Al-Majlisi (d. 1699)
Modern Theologians (Excerpts) 
1915 Ottoman fatwa
Khomeini (d. 1989)
Qutb (d. 1966)
Qaradawi (1926-)
4. Jihad: Overviews From Important 20th Century Scholars 
 "Le djihad ou guerre sainte selon l'ecole malikite", ["Jihad or holy war according to the Maliki school"], Edmond Fagnan
"La guerre sainte selon Ibn Hazm de Cordoue", ["Holy War according to Ibn Hazm of Cordova"], Roger Arnaldez 
 "Le droit de la guerre" ["The law of war"], Clement Huart
"Jihad", W.R.W. Gardner
"Classification of persons" Nicolas P. Aghnides
"The law of war: the jihad"-"Introduction" and "The doctrine of jihad", Majid Khadduri
"Jihad, an introduction", Rudolph Peters
"War and peace in Islam", Bassam Tibi
"Jihad and the ideology of enslavement", J. R. Willis
 "The influence of Islam", Jacques Ellul
5. Jihad- 7th Through 11th Centuries, Summary Maps and Text
6. Jihad in the Near East, Europe, Asia Minor, and on the Indian Subcontinent
"Greek Christian and other accounts of the Moslem conquests of the near east", Demetrios Constantelos
"The Armenian rebellion of 703 against the Caliphate", Aram Ter-Ghevondian
 "Les jours de razzia et d'invasion" ["The days of razzia and invasion"], Charles Emmanuel Dufourcq
 "Muslims Invade India", from The Legacy of Muslim Rule in India, and "Jihad Under the Turks" and "Jihad Under the Mughals", from Theory and Practice of Muslim State in India, K.S. Lal
"Certain aspects de la conquete des peuples balkanique par les Turcs" ["Certain phases of the conquest of the Balkan peoples by the Turks"], Dimitar Angelov
Table of towns and villages ravaged during the Seljuk-Ottoman conquests of Asia Minor, Speros Vryonis, Jr.
 "A modern jihad genocide", Andrew G. Bostom
"Textbook jihad in Egypt", Andrew G. Bostom
6. Jihad Slavery
"The origins of Muslim slave system"; "Enslavement of Hindus by Arab and Turkish invaders"; and "Slave-taking during Muslim rule", by K.S. Lal
Table: Jihad slave raids ("razzias") by the Tatars, Mid 15th - Mid 17th Centuries
 "The impact of devshirme on Greek society", by Vasiliki Papoulia
"Le role des esclaves en Romanie turque au XVe siecle" ["The Role of Slaves in Fifteenth-Century Turkish Romania"], M-M Alexandrescu-Dersca Bulgaru
 "My career redeeming slaves", by John Eibner
7. Chronicles (Muslim and non-Muslim), and eyewitness accounts of jihad campaigns, ancient through modern times
Jihad Campaigns in the Middle East, North Africa, Spain, Asia Minor, Georgia, and Persia, 7th through 17th Centuries
Egypt, Palestine, Tripolitania (640-646)
Iraq, Syria, and Palestine
Armenia (642)
Cyprus, the Greek Islands, and Anatolia (649-654) 
Cilicia and Cesarea of Cappadocia (650)
Cappadocia, Under the Caliphs Sulayman and Umar II (715-720) 
Spain and France (793-860) 
Anatolia-The Taking of Amorium (838) 
Armenia-Under the Caliph al-Mutawakkil (847-861) 
Sicily and Italy (835-851 and 884) 
Jihad Capture and Pillage of Thessaloniki in 904 C.E 
Mesopotamia-Causes of the Invasions by the Turks (11th Century) 
Mesopotamia-Pillage of Melitene (Malatia) (1057) 
Armenia, Anatolia, and Georgia 11th and 12th Centuries 
Syria and Palestine, 11th Century 
Jihad Destruction of Edessa in 1144-1146 C.E
Jihad in North Africa and Spain Under the Almohads, Mid-12th Century
Jihad Conquest of Thessaloniki, 1430 C.E.
Jihad Conquest of Constantinople, 1453 C.E. 
Jihad Conquest of Methone (Greece), 1499
Jihad campaigns in Georgia of Safavid ruler Shah Tahmasp (d. 1576), 1540, 1546, 1551, and 1553 C.E
Deportation of the Population of Armenia by Shah Abbas I (1604)
Jihad on the Indian Subcontinent, 7th - 20th Centuries
Campaigns in Sind (711- 712 C.E.) lead by Muhammad bin Qasim
Jihad by Yaqub Ibn Layth against the Hindu Kingdom of Kabul, 870 C.E. 
Campaigns of Subuktigin of Ghazni, 977-997 C.E 
Mahmud of Ghazni's Conquest of Thanesar, Kanauj, and Sirsawa, near Saharanpur (1018-19 C.E.) 
An Almost Contemporary Account of Mahmud's Invasions of India
The Conquest of Somnat Mahmud bin Subuktigin (1025 C.E.)
The Conquest of Ajmer by Muhammad Ghauri (1192 C.E.)
Jihad Campaigns of Alauddin Khilji (1296-1316 C.E.)
Muslim devastation of Buddhist temples and plight of the Buddhist community in northern India (Bihar) early 13th century C.E.
Jihad campaigns at the end of the 13th century, and first three decades of the 14th century, from the Hindu chronicle, Kanhadade Prabandha 
Brutality of Sultan of Ma'bar (Ghayasuddin) Witnessed by Ibn Battuta (
 1345 C.E.)
The Jihad Campaigns of Amir Timur (1397-1399 C.E) 
Jihad Campaigns of Babur (1519-1530 C.E.)
Jihad Against Vijayanagara by Sultan Adil Shahi of Bijapur, and His Allies 1565 C.E. 
Jihad Campaigns of Ahmad Shah Abdali [Durrani] (1757, 1760, and 1761 CE) 
Jihad in Southern India (the Malabar District): The Moplah "Rebellion", 1921 
Jihad Slavery in The Sudan, Late 19th Century
Ottoman Massacres of the Bulgarians in 1876
Jihad Genocide of the Armenians by the Ottoman Turks
Two Accounts of the Massacres of 1894-1896
Two Accounts of the Plight of the Armenians during World War I 
Appendix A- Major Contributors
Appendix B- Muslim Jurists, Theologians, and Historians
Appendix C- Non-Muslim Historians

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

War -- Religious aspects -- Islam.
Minorities (Islamic law).