Author Agbakoba takes his account far beyond the events of the mid-sixties, when Nigeria's Head of State and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces was assassinated and the country was drowning in a sea of anarchy, starvation, and brutality. He delves into fascinating parallels between that civil war and the American presence in Iraq. The chapters on the America/Iraq crisis parts 1, 2 and 3 ministers loads of scriptural therapy very appropriate for application in the current crisis in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Nigeria and elsewhere.
There are no wiser words than those of the author: War is a reflection of a total breakdown of diplomatic dialogue and discussions aimed at resolving differences. War breaks out when compromise, tolerance, forgiveness, and diplomatic discussions completely fail.
In Terrors of War, the futile and violent results of hatred are studied. . .and important conclusions are reached.
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