War Without End: The Rise of Islamist Terrorism and Global Response

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Psychology Press, 2002 - Всего страниц: 513

This book provides the historical and political context to explain acts of terror, including the September 11th, and the bombing of American Embassies in Nairobi and Dar as Salaam and the West's responses. Providing a brief history of Islam as a religion and as socio-political ideology, Dilip Hiro goes on to outline the Islamist movements that have thrived in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan, and their changing relationship with America. It is within this framework that the rising menace of Osama bin Laden and his Al Qaida network is discussed.

The Pentagon's amazingly swift victory over the Taliban in Afghanistan is examined along with implications of the Bush Doctrine, encapsulated in his declaration, 'so long as anybody is terrorizing established governments, there needs to be a war' - a recipe for war without end.

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Illustrations
vii
Prologue
xviii
Preface
xxx
PART III
xxxiii
Islam 1
xxxvii
Orthodox Islam and Sufism
24
Islam in modern times
42
The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and
59
a wakeup call
267
Eighty minutes that shook the world and global
300
an uncharted
373
Summary and conclusions
393
Epilogue
422
Notes
435
Abbreviations
470
United Nations Security Council
479

the oldest fundamentalist state
113
fundamentalism victorious with
179

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