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DEFEATING ISLAMIC TERRORISM: The Wahhabi Factor [NOOK Book]

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This book addresses the difficult problem of defeating Islamic terrorism from a surprising and very effective vantage point. There are 59 million Muslims in Central Asia. They have experienced the threat of Wahhabi terrorism and have been able to contain it at the same time. The author calls on the U.S. Government to ally itself with this part of the world. The people there, being Muslim, understand Islam from the inside and would be happy to help us in this global effort if their traditions and independence were...
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DEFEATING ISLAMIC TERRORISM: The Wahhabi Factor

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Overview

This book addresses the difficult problem of defeating Islamic terrorism from a surprising and very effective vantage point. There are 59 million Muslims in Central Asia. They have experienced the threat of Wahhabi terrorism and have been able to contain it at the same time. The author calls on the U.S. Government to ally itself with this part of the world. The people there, being Muslim, understand Islam from the inside and would be happy to help us in this global effort if their traditions and independence were respected. The author calls on the U.S. Government and its allies to both diplomatically and compassionately focus on this part of the world.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011838224
  • Publisher: Branden Books
  • Publication date: 10/12/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • File size: 258 KB

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  • Posted October 13, 2011

    Good idea but......

    The author knows what he is talking about and is right, but the Wahaabi phenomenon is a creation of British & American foreign policy from the early 20th century. It would be hard to get them to no longer work with the Wahaabi and Saudi clans, they are all allies. Wahaabi Islam was contained as far back as the mid to late 1800's, the British along with 'Laurence of Arabia' helped them gain power along with others in the region that would join them in the rebellion against the Ottomons. I don't know how much the bribes were but it was enough. We can work with the majority of Muslims in that region when the goverment stops working to keep the problem in power.

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