Militant Jihad: The Mentality of Muslim Terrorists

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AuthorHouse, Oct 28, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 212 pages
This book is unique in that it explores the world view of the Arabic people, a view of life and culture that has been incorporated into and brought to extreme applications in the minds of Muslim terrorists. The volume also has a section on the Christian response to terrorism.

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Dr. Shipp holds degrees in art, communication, theology, missiology and urban anthropology. He is the author of 32 books dealing with a wide range of subjects, among them Christianity and Islam: Bridging Two Worlds. He also has a book awaiting publication on a comparison by topics of the Bible and the Qur’an. Among his more recent activities have been visits to archeological digs in southern Israel, where he has served as artist-in-residence.

Dr. Shipp has been married for more than 57 years and has six children and 13 grandchildren.


Capt. Abdullah al Amin (retired) is a native-born American who devoted a total of 18 years to distinguished military service. He was a specialist in non-traditional combat methods, engaging in them and teaching them. He helped pioneer the concept of airborne cavalry in Vietnam. He is a long-term practitioner of Islam, and a leader in Islamic communities in Florida.

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