- Weight:Â 1 pounds
- Paperback:Â 261 pages
- Language:Â English
- Publisher:Â Writers Inc Intl (May 1, 1995)
- Product Dimensions:Â 0.8 x 6.2 x 9.2 inches
The Islamic Nation, today, is a powerful federation holding together more than one billion adherents by an intangible spiritual bond. This book examines religious, political, economic, and military issues confronting Muslims as they re-emerge as a world power. It analyzes the combined resources available to Muslim leaders if they unite and examines the controversial strategies proposed for unifying the fragmented Nation. With more than 27 years experience as a World Bank executive, the author provides historical background to the current issues and includes military and economic statistics for more than fifty Muslim countries. His insight into the vital concerns of both Muslims and the Western powers is candid and revealing.