G. K. Chesterton’s 1914 novel, “The Flying Inn” is set in a near-future (for 1914) United Kingdom which has been taken over by Muslims. The Muslims have imposed Shariah and banned alcohol, and the two main characters (who are English) have taken it upon themselves to smuggle alcohol all over
In Arthur Clarke’s Hammer of God there is a religion called Chrislam which is based on Islam and Christianity. The religion is founded by a female veteran of the Gulf War. [Thanks to Guido N. for pointing this out]
Here is an excerpt from a review of The Merchant and the Alchemist’s Gate by William Mingin at Strange Horizons. “Fuwaad ibn Abbas, a fabric merchant, tells this story to the Caliph of Baghdad, perhaps in the classic “Arabian Nights” period of the Caliphate, as “a warning to those who
Some especially gifted children (a generation’s Pattons, Eisenhowers, Curies, and Alexander’s) are trained to command humanity’s fleet. Andrew “Ender” Wiggin is particularly young, and becomes friends with a devout Muslim named Alai, who greets him with “Salaam” at several “tipping points” in Ender’s Game, and the character and his new
In one of last chapters of Stephen Baxter’s novel Evolution there is a character named Ahmed who is one of four people to be revived from cytogenesis after thousands of years only to find out that the human race has devolved.
The protagonist is Brian Aldiss’ novel Harm is a Muslim. Here is a description of the novel from the publisher’s weekly. “British SF legend Aldiss offers a hard-hitting view of the global war on terror in this cautionary tale of the near future. Paul Fadhil Abbas Ali winds up in
Last week when I checked the website after a couple of weeks, to my surprise and horror the website had been hacked. The Islam and Science Fiction website was hacked by some hacker named PalEstiniaN_CraCkeR. It was a senseless act and I have no idea why the website was hacked