Bassam Tibi

Bassam Tibi is a Syrian-German political scientist and professor emeritus of international relations. Born on April 4, 1944, in Damascus, Syria, he has lived in Germany since the mid-1960s. Tibi is known for his research on Islam and the integration of Muslims in Western societies, and he has written extensively on issues related to Islamic fundamentalism, global conflict, and modernity. He has also been a vocal advocate for a Euro-Islam, which is an interpretation of Islam that would be compatible with European values and democracy.


This list of books are ONLY the books that have been ranked on the lists that are aggregated on this site. This is not a comprehensive list of all books by this author.

  1. 1. Crusade and Jihad: Islam and the Christian World

    This book explores the historical, ideological, and political aspects of the Crusades and Jihad, comparing and contrasting the two. It delves into the origins and evolution of the Crusades and Jihad, their impact on Christian and Islamic societies, and their relevance in today's world. The author also examines the role of religion in conflicts and the use of religious ideologies for political purposes, providing a comprehensive understanding of these complex issues.