Books Reviewed in this article:

Renaissance of Islamic Culture And Civilization in Pakistan. By Dr. Abdur Rauf. Lahore. Shaikh Muhammad Ashraf, 1965. XIX, 320. Bibliography and Index. Rs. 20/-

The Development of Arabic Logic. By Nicholas Rescher. Pp. 262. University of Pittsburgh Press 1964.

Revolution and Military Rule in the Middle East: The Northern Tier. By George M. Haddad. Robert Speller & Sons, Publishers Inc. N.Y., 250 pages $6.00

Torch for Islam: A Biography of George K. Harris by Malcolm K. Brad-shaw. China Inland Mission Overseas Missionary Fellowship, Lutterworth Press, London, 1965 pp. 157, 8/6.

The prospects of Christianity throughout the world. Edited by M. Searle Bates and Wilhelm Pauck. New York 1964. Charles Scribner's Sons Pp. 286.

Islam and Modernism. By Maryam Jameelah. Lahore: Mohammad Yusuf Khan, 1966.

Poems from the Divan of Khushal Khan Chatted. translated from the Pashto by D. N. Mackenzie, 261 pp. George Allen and Unwin, Ltd., London, 1965.

A Muslim Manual of War. Edited and translated by George T. Scanlon, Cairo, American University Press, 1961. Pp. viii, 130 (Introduction and translation); 97 (Arabic text).

Muhammad the Last Prophet by Imam Vehbi Ismail, Cedar Rapids, 1962.

Religion for to-morrow, by Theron D. Wilson, Philosophical Library, N.Y. 1963

Aspects of Egypt: Some Travels in the United Arab Republic. By Ethel Mannin. Hutchinson of London, 1964; pp. 264, map, 25 photographs. 30 shillings in U.K.