[UPDATE002 29-11] Fjordman writes a review. In a style and scope that makes Fjorman Fjordman: Book Review: Robert Spencer’s “Religion of Peace”.
[UPDATE002 20-11] Fjordman reacts to some rather childish language from LGF in Charles Johnson’s Obsession. I personally hope both Fjordman and Charles can agree to disagree very soon and stop this infighting. This isn't doing anyone any good.
[UPDATE001 14-11] The ongoing controversy around LGF and its condemnation of certain European counterjihad groups (notably Vlaams Belang and the Swedish Democrats) forced Fjordman to take a break from LGF. He explains why in My Farewell to Little Green Footballs.
[ORIGINAL POST] Having recently finished his multipart essay Islam, the Greeks and the Scientific Revolution Fjordman wrote a follow-up for Dhimmi Watch, countering the assertion made by George Saliba, University of Columbia’s Arabic and Islamic Studies professor, that "Muslim scientists have made all discoveries of the current age". It is entitled The Truth About "Islamic Science" and it doesn't pull any punches. It presents a clear description of the differences in intellectual climate in Late Medieval and Renaissance Europe and the Islamic territories in the same period and even the Far East, leading to the conclusion that the Scientific Revolution was, of necessity, a European thing. Good stuff!
Book Review: Robert Spencer’s “Religion of Peace”
Charles Johnson’s Obsession
My Farewell to Little Green Footballs
The Truth About "Islamic Science"
Little Green Footballs and Racism in the United States
The Roots of Non-Discrimination - Liberalism or Marxism?
The Fatherless Civilization
Islam, the Greeks and the Scientific Revolution, complete
The Age of White Masochism
Islam, the Greeks and the Scientific Revolution, part 3
Islam, the Greeks and the Scientific Revolution, part 2
Islam, the Greeks and the Scientific Revolution, part 1
More Fjordman Files here.