Holy War on the Home Front: The Secret Islamic Terror Network in the United States

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Penguin Group USA, Mar 7, 2006 - Political Science - 229 pages
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This book offers evidence of a unified Islamic terrorist network operating inside the United States and planning new opportunities to strike. Kushner identifies and assesses the violent plans of these Islamic organizations and individuals who take advantage of our reluctance to engage in ethnic profiling. He supports his claims with documents from top-level government sources, exposing a secret network of Arab intelligence agencies, terrorists, university professors, corrupt imams and other religious leaders, and violent criminals. Some members of this network are recent immigrants; others have been American citizens for years. Finding and stopping these conspiracies will require drastic changes in the way Americans think about terrorism. Kushner's proposals will spark a debate about homeland security, civil liberties, immigration, law enforcement, and our nation's most basic values and ideals.--From publisher description.

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Kushner, a Long Island University professor of Criminal Justice and Security Administration and a federal government counter terrorism adviser, blames the Clinton administration, the "liberal media ... Read full review

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Universities i
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Charities
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The Prison System
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Copyright

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HARVEY KUSHNER, PH.D., has consulted for the FBI, FAA, INS,U.S. Customs Service, and U.S. Department of Probation, as well as many other national, state, and local law- enforcement agencies. He chairs a university department of criminal justice and is the author of the award-winning Encyclopedia of Terrorism.
BART DAVIS is the author of twelve books and two feature films.

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