The Final Move Beyond Iraq

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FrontLine, 2007 - Religion - 348 pages
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From esteemed author and journalist of of over 70 books

In The Final Move Beyond Iraq, Mike Evans addresses the greatest threat America has faced since the Civil War: the Islamic revolution, or Islamofascism. While the United States debates the best way to solve the situation in Iraq, the terrorists are claiming victory and planning to take their show to American soil once again. Drawing from extensive interviews with prime ministers, CIA directors, and other insiders, Evans looks at the history and ideology behind the Islamic revolution to explore its very real threat to U.S. interests --why radical Islamic terrorists will only step back when they fear us, why victory in Iraq is important to U.S. security, why the United States and Israel cannot sit idly by and let Iran achieve its desire for nuclear weapons, and why stabilization in Iraq now would sound defeat rather than victory. The Final Move Beyond Iraq is a wake-up call to mobilize millions to action. America is fighting for its life in the first war of the twenty-first century.

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User Review  - carterchristian1 - LibraryThing

The special features of this book are the author's frequent interviews and his presence on the seen. His views are total Israel, anti Iran, and while I have differed with his stands, now in January ... Read full review

User Review  - Sherrill Welch -

Mike Evans extensive background in the Middle East as a journalist has given us a rare look at the mind set of the participants of the comming final battle, by showing us the workings of governments at odds with one another, I would highly recommend the book. Read full review



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About the author (2007)

Mike Evans is an award-winning journalist who has served as a confidant to leaders in the Middle East for more than two decades. He has appeared on hundreds of network television and radio shows, including Good Morning America, Cross fire, and Nightline, and appears frequently on the FOX Network, CNN World News, NBC, ABC, and CBS. He has won more than fifteen national awards for his prime-time specials based on his books.

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