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"On September 11, 2001, the world witnessed the most devastating act of terrorism ever to occur on American soil. In the days and weeks that followed, information began to emerge about the architects of the attack - a group so elusive and decentralized that it is recognized only by its name, the destruction that is its signature, and the face of its leader, Osama bin Laden"On September 11, 2001, the world witnessed the most devastating act of terrorism ever to occur on American soil. In the days and weeks that followed, information began to emerge about the architects of the attack - a group so elusive and decentralized that it is recognized only by its name, the destruction that is its signature, and the face of its leader, Osama bin Laden." "What do we really know about Al Qaeda and its soldiers, who secretly operate in more than 60 countries around the world, including the United States? Al Qaeda examines the networks religious roots, its organizational reach, its political and religious agenda, and its tactics." It is impossible to come to terms with Al Qaeda and the future of Islamic extremism without understanding the history of Islam. Al Qaeda explores this history and the cultural, political, and socio-economic forces that have cultivated an environment that nurtures terrorism and idolizes its leaders. Understanding these forces may be the world's most effective defense against terrorism....

Title : Al Qaeda: Brotherhood of Terror
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ISBN : 9780028643526
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 185 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Al Qaeda: Brotherhood of Terror Reviews

  • Bea
    2019-05-20 01:06

    I had little knowledge about this organization before reading this book, which is a introduction history of Al Qaeda from inception in 1988 to 9/11/2001. It is somewhat outdated due to no updates on the organization past 2001. I did learn how Al Qaeda is organized and funded and now see why it is so important and difficult to impact their funding. I also have a better understanding of motivation, intent, and mind-set of Al Qaeda. It is possible that the reader could come away with a feeling of "we are doomed" but I did not. I came away from this read with a better understanding of some of the actions of my government and a feeling of "they do not know us". It is also possible to react in a negative manner to the hatred that is represented in this book from Al Qaeda Muslims to Americans, but I am motivated to find ways in my own life to promote peace and harmony and understanding.