In Unholy Alliance, Jay Sekulow highlights and defines the looming threat of radical Islam. A movement born in Iran during the Islamic Revolution in 1979, radical Islam has at its heart the goal of complete world domination. As this movement has grown, Iran has entered into alliances with Syria and Russia, leading to a deadly game of geopolitical threats and violence.
Not only will you better understand jihadist terror, but you will also learn about Sharia law—a legal code that removes all personal liberty and is starkly incompatible with the US Constitution. All Muslims are required to follow Sharia—as are all who live in lands controlled by Islam. It is the goal of radical Islam to see Sharia instituted across the globe.
If we are to combat radical Islam’s agenda of domination, we must arm ourselves with knowledge. With carefully researched history, legal-case studies, and in-depth interviews, Unholy Alliance lays out the ideology and strategy of radical Islam, as well as the path we must take to defeat it.
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Table of Contents
1 Exporting Terrorism 1
2 Rising from the Ashes of the Ottoman Empire 16
3 A Clash of Cultures 40
4 Sharia Law and the Muslim World 56
5 Islam: A Religion of Peace? 79
6 The Sunni-Shiite Divide and the Iranian Revolution 92
7 Exporting the Revolution 113
8 Beyond Terrorism: A Much Larger Goal 131
9 Iran and al-Qaeda 145
10 Strange Bedfellows: The Russia-Syria-Iran Alliance 161
11 An Ideological War: What Can We Do? 174
Appendix A Comparative Chart 187
Appendix B Glossary 191
Appendix C Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran 199
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Heard the audio book, great review of the current situation in the Middle East. Unfortunately, the one star folks never read or don't have an education level of above 5 years old.
Wish I had read this book sooner. Great book. Very insightful and crushes the failing pop-politics of 2008 to 2016.
When i read that this book was endorsed by Sean Hannity I should have known better than to buy it . Money poorly spent