Britain stands at a crossroads.
Before her are two paths.
One of shamelessness, secularism and doom.
The other path leads to salvation, Utopia, and social harmony inspired by the principles of Islam.
Mo Dawah is destined to be spoken of in the same breath as Henry VIII, Oliver Cromwell, William Wilberforce and Cat Stevens as one of the greatest Englishmen who ever lived.
In this Manifesto of Genius he outlines exactly what went wrong with British civilisation.
Locating its malaise in the fundamentally corrupting principles of the Magna Carta, he accurately describes how replacing its flaws with a 'Medina Carta' rooted in the sovereignty of Allah rather than the dominion of imperfect men has the potential to usher in a new era of tolerance, pluralism, diversity, multiculturalism and peace.
Destined to take its place alongside works such as Milton's 'Areopagitica", John Stuart Mill's 'On Liberty', Charles Darwin's 'Origin Of The Species' and Dan Brown's 'The Da Vinci Code', this work is a towering achievement in the annals of Islamic and British civilisation, that will make secularists, atheists, so-called feminists and so-called rationalists wet their beds in fear.
But everyone else who believes in peace, tolerance and diversity will agree with it. Or else.