Hassan Adventures is a series of short stories set in the future. The protagonist is a Muslim named Hassan who is from the city of Kufa on the planet Lam. An imperial Earth is the main antagonist.
Ahmed A. Khan is a Canadian science fiction writer who has published numerous stories in the science fiction genre. He has also edited two anthologies: “Fall and Rise“, a post-apocalyptic Science Fiction anthology and also “Science Fiction Waxes Philosophical”, a collection of Science Fiction stories with philosophical underpinnings. He also
The story is set in an alternative world where the Black Death plague killed almost all of the inhabitants of Western Europe, instead of one-third in 0TL. The story is set in 2042 where the world is dominated by Muslims. The Chinese and the Aztecs are featured as well. Coincidently
This is one of the best novels on alternative history involving Islam. In this alternative history the bubonic plague kills 99% of the population in Europe, leaving the Islamic world and China as contest over the control of the world with India caught in the Middle. The main characters are
Here is a synopsis from Fictionwise. The ambitious Sultan of Alpha Centauri can only claim the illustrious title of Caliph if he makes a ritual pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca. This journey completed, he will rule the entire population of the greater Islamic universe. But human knowledge has
The history of Islam in the 20th century in this story is different from OTL. Here is a description from Fictionwise. For a thousand years the Great Awakening has spread the teachings of Islam to all of the far corners of the known universe. Without a Caliph at its head,
The story is set in the 21st century in an alternative Ottoman Empire. The Germans won WW I and hence there was never a need to dismantle the Ottoman Empire, which has survived for more than a century. The story is set in the city of El-Iskandria (Alexandria) in an
Effendi: The Second Arabesk is the sequel to Pasahazade. Ashraf Bey is still wanted by the American government, he may possibly be the son of the Emir of Tunis. Alexandrai begins to fall apart and his ex-finance’s father is accused of mass-murder. The United States, France and Germany still try