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Islam: An Historical Introduction (2nd Edition) Gerhard Endress

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Shiism (2nd Edition) Heinz Halm

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Islamic Law: From Historical Foundations to Contemporary Practice Mawil Izzi Dien

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Introduction to the Qur'an W. Montgomery Watt

Islamic Creeds W. Montgomery Watt

Islamic Philosophy and Theology W. Montgomery Watt

Islamic Political Thought W. Montgomery Watt

The Influence of Islam on Medieval Europe W. Montgomery Watt

Understanding the Qur'an Alford Welch

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