I am no expert on Insurgencies. I don’t know much about Terrorism. I have very little understanding of military history. So, when I say that Richard A. Gabriel’s Muhammad: The Warrior Prophet. The Ingenious Military Mind of the First Insurgent has, on average, a mistake per sentence, I speak only as someone with some familiarity with early Islamic history and the biography of the Prophet.
ps. The errors are not only factual, but also descriptive, analytical and, well, logical.
pps. I will also ignore the incongruously presentist reading of Islamic history.
ppps. I despair.
pppps. Wait, I do have a question that needs answered: Where did the Muslims offer Mormons the option of conversion to Islam or death?
ppppps. No. This is not Neo-Orientalism. This is Old Skool.