"Islam between East and West" is not a simple book that a reader can relax on, or break into anywhere he reads a page here and a page there and then thinks he has understood something or is able to evaluate it or classify it between different intellectual patterns. Rather, the serious reader must rally to him and be prepared to enter, not in the world of a book rich in his ideas, distinguished by his approach, which is breathtaking in his style, the strength of his logic, and the deep and extensive culture of its owner. The author of the book is proficient in both Islamic and Western cultures. He is a Muslim to the core and European by birth, upbringing and education. It absorbed Western thought, but it did not differentiate in it. He did not ignore or ignore the strengths, weaknesses, contradictions and shortcomings. "Ali Ezzat Peugeot Fitch" was able, with his analytical ability, to read to the reader facts about Islam, its institutions and teachings that did not attract the attention of anyone before.