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The Hidden Face Of Terrorism based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
The author has produced a text that reads like a conviction of the establishment with its underlining players. Very timely with the current happenings in the Middle East. Many of the figures that appear on the surface of world politics are but pawns of others who play behind the scene and manipulate world affairs for their own interest. This text brings to light these matters and ask pertinent questions about the role that the hidden powers will play on world affairs to achieve their ultimate goal, total domination of the planet. Well worth reading. The author should do more to improve the readability of the text, such as breaking topics into chapters. The book leaves many things up in the air, as how to really deal with the issues. I would hope that follow on books would attempt to answer these questions. Don't just point the finger, but point the direction.
The author approaches the topic of possible hidden factors and contributors to terrorist acts as a concerned, patriotic American. This thought-provoking and exceptional slant has been researched well. As loyal Americans, we should be allowed the freedom to both write and read what may be the alarming truth to the horrible acts of terrorism. We need to wake-up to the truth if such atrocious acts are to cease from our society. The publisher should have printed the book with justified alignment and without unnecessary spacing. The font is a nice size for reading. The book would make a nice Christmas gift for those who are inspired to read stimulating, somewhat captivating, books.