Hatred's Kingdom: How Saudi Arabia Supports the New Global Terrorism

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Regnery Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - History - 256 pages
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Dore Gold has the goods on Saudi Arabia, proving how it is actively supporting terrorism. Using previously unpublished documents, Gold, former Israeli Ambassador to the UN and internationally known Middle East strategy expert, pieces together the links between the current wave of global terrorism -- from the World Trade Center to Bali, Indonesia -- and the ideology of hatred taught in the schools and mosques of Saudi Arabia.
 

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Contents

The Roots of Terror
1
Violent Origins Reviving Jihad and the War Against the Polytheists
17
Countering the Wahhabi Menace
31
White Terror The Ikhwan and the Rise of the Modern Saudi Kingdom
41
Building the Modern Saudi State Oil the Palestine Question and the Americans
57
Reactivating Wahhabism
73
The Hothouse for Militant Islamic Radicalism
89
Wahhabism Reasserts Itself
105
Countdown to September 11 The Gulf War and Wahhabisms New Outburst in the 1990s
157
The Hatred Continues
185
Ending the Hatred
213
Saudi Support for Terrorism The Evidence
229
Notes
253
Glossary
285
Acknowledgments
289
Index
293

Wahhabisms Global Reach
125

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About the author (2003)

Dore Gold, author of the "New York Times" bestseller "Hatred's Kingdom," served as Israel's ambassador to the United Nations from 1997 through 1999 and has been a diplomatic envoy to numerous international leaders. Ambassador Gold, who earned his Ph.D. in international relations and Middle East studies from Columbia University, lives in Jerusalem, where he runs the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.

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