Acceleration of Terrorism: From New York to London

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AuthorHouse, Nov 1, 2005 - Political Science - 280 pages
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Within the last few years, most of America's citizen's obtained information about the War on Terror and the events taken place in the Middle East, like the war in Iraq and the Israel/Palestine conflict, via writers and reporters who have either never been to Arab countries or have been, but stayed within secure areas, isolated from the general public, for security purposes. The unconventional work of this book has been derived from the Authors intense living among Arab societies for nearly twenty-five years, obtaining vast knowledge of how and why they hold hostile feelings toward America, and how these emotions can be overcome.

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