Bukay, David

Dr. David Bukay is a Professor at the School of Political Science at the University of Haifa. Dr. Bukay is the author of Total Terrorism in the Name of Allah: The Emergence of the New Islamic Fundamentalists and Arab Islamic Political Culture: A Key Source to Understanding Arab Politics and the Arab Israeli Conflict, and Editor of Muhammad’s Monsters. He has published numerous articles dealing with the Arab-Israeli-Palestinian conflict and contemporary politics in the Middle East.

Islam's Justification and Promotion of Slavery: From Muhammad to the Present
2017 1-4955-0605-3
Dr. Bukay’s monograph looks at Islam’s historical and theological relationship with the practice of slavery.

The Ethnic Cleansing and Genocide of Christians from the Middle East: The Islamic War Against Christianity
2017 1-4955-0611-8
The research found in this book proves, ethnic cleansing has also many other aspects, like expropriating others' history, scientific knowledge, values, even identity; mass slavery of groups and nationals from the seventh century on; coercing Muslim primitive barbarian values on the Free World by terrorism, intimidation, sophisticated propaganda, sabotaging its infrastructure, and mass-immigration; and removing physical and cultural evidence of the targeted groups by demolishing and desecrating their monuments, cemeteries, and places of worship.

Why Islam is a Danger to the World: A Scholarly Rebuttal of Muslim Propaganda
2019 1495507254
This research is about deception and propaganda. It deals with some issues where Muslims use Da'wah, a diplomacy of deceit and propaganda for western audiences. It is propaganda used to transform the west's thinking about Islam, its culture and beliefs. Dr. Bukay examines these issues to shed light on the Islam itself.

Yasser Arafat and the Politics of Paranoia
2005 0-7734-6142-6