Books Reviewed in this article:

Mishkāt al-Masāb?h, English Translation with Explanatory Notes, by James Robson, Sh. Muh. Ashraf, Lahore, 1963–1965. Pp. 1453.

Jesus in the Qurān. By Geoffrey Parrinder. Faber and Faber, London, 1965. Pp. 187. 32s 6d.

Bukhara: The Medieval Achievement. By Richard N. Frye. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1965. Pp. xiii + 210. $2.75.

A Reader's Guide to the Great Religions. Edited by Charles J. Adams. The Free Press, New York, 1965. Pp. xv + 364.

The Arab Cold War, 1958–1964: A Study of Ideology in Politics, by Malcolm Kerr. Oxford University Press (Chatham House Series), London, 1965; pp. VIII, 139.

Arabic and Islamic Studies in Honor of Hamilton A. R. Gibb. Edited by G. Makdisi. E. J. Brill, Leiden, and Harvard University Press, 1965. Pp. xviii +688. Gld. 120.

A History of Islamic Spain. By Montgomery Watt, with sections on literature by Pierre Cachia. Edinburgh University Press, 1965. Pp. x + 210, illustrations, maps. 25s. $6.

History of Eastern Arabia 1750–1800: The Rise and Development of Bahrain and Kuwait, By Ahmad Abu Hakima, pp. xix, 213, Beirut, Khayat's. 1965.

Saudi Arabia in the Nineteenth Century, By R. Bayly Winder, pp. xiv, 312, London, Macmillan, and New York, St. Martin's Press, 1965.

The Origins of the Islamic State. Translation by Philip K. Hitti, Beirut, Kha. yat's Oriental Reprints, No. 11, 1960.

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science, University of Chicago, March, 1966, Vol. 1, No. 1.

The Armenian Communities in Syria under Ottoman Dominion. By Avedis K. Sanjian. Harvard University Press, Mass, 1965, pp. 390. Bibliography. $8.95.

Towards Pakistan. By Waheed-uz-Zaman, Publishers United, Lahore, 1964, 252 p. Rs. 12.50.

History, Archaeology and Christian Humanism. By William Foxwell Albright. Adam & Charles Black, London 1965. pp. x, 342. 35s. net.

Egyptian Guilds in Modern Times. By Gabriel Baer, pp. xiii and 192. The Israel Oriental Society (Oriental Notes and Studies, No. 8) (Jerusalem, 1964). $4.50.