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Posted July 2, 2010
What every American should know to justify terrorism
I picked this book in order to find more genuine facts, insights and opinions from all sides of participants in the Middle Eastern conflict. Though the book presents some interesting points, extremely hostile tone toward US and Israel, deliberate distortion of facts and constant presentation of falsehoods caused me to lose any credibility towards the author and information she presents.
This book is a classical example of anti-American, anti-Israeli and anti-Western propaganda. Since author lucks legitimate facts to prove her hostile attitude, she reverts to numerous fabrications, which are very easy to rebut with Arab, American and Israeli accredited sources.
However, there is one aspect where author unintentionally succeeded in affecting neutrally attuned public. The book clearly demonstrates that information, which comes from opponents of US, Israel and the rest of free countries, should never be believed and accepted as an absolute truth. The book clearly shows how adversaries of democracy and moderation revert to lies, and cynically use human sentiments to justify Islamic terrorism, that affects Muslim and non-Muslim population alike.
This book is not suitable for serious, intelligent reader, who truly in search for facts on Middle Eastern conflict.
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