On first sight, I don't think it's a great work.
However, it's great value lies in the fact that it demonstrates clearly how the muslim world has become humanity's burden. All races and religions should move forward to better life on this planet and to broaden humanity's horizon to realms beyond the confines of our planet. I believe that is our ultimate goal.
Most earthlings make sufficient progress to make that goal happen sometime - especially where they adhere to capitalist principles. Some are faster than others, but that is in se unimportant. Botswana and South Korea have different dynamics, but it's clear that, say, over the past sixty years they have advanced their societies remarkably.
Not so muslims. Only when they could rely on significant non-muslim minorties to serve as workhorses, as in Malaysia, or were blessed with black gold, have they been able to achieve something. Even so, they had to rely on others. In the latter's case, their infrastructure would collapse were it not for the infidels, and their gleaming towers are designed and built by kafirs.
I think there's an anthropological dimension to explaining the gratuitous muslim rage we are once again seeing.
I think that deep in their hearts those howling lunatics realize all too well...
... that essentially, they are LOSERS.