Subtitled Muslims, Christians, and Jews under Islamic Rule in Medieval Spain. I have located the limits of the post title field.
Blunt. Repetitive (to the point where I wonder if this is several articles stitched together). Dripping with sarcasm; he uses the same positive terminology to describe various Muslim leaders that the historians he is attempting to debunk do, while expounding on the horrifying details of historical 'reality'.
I put the last in as I'm not sure which side is right. The stories of peaceful coexistence sound very nice, but I'm aware of non-Muslim's dhimmi status at best, and the jizya taxes they were required to pay. He could be a lone voice of reason, or the equivalent of Graham Hancock.
It would be simpler, of course, if we could leave religion out of it. As always.
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