Al Qaeda's 9/11 attack was just a small part of its long-term plan. Osama Bin Laden knew the assault would provoke the U.S. to invade Afghanistan and re-stoke his jihad. Bin Laden has built a large following by perverting the teachings of Islam to justify the mass murder of innocent people. By fighting him with bullets and bombs we have bolstered Bin Laden's recruiting efforts abroad, undermined civil liberties and economic security at home and tarnished America's reputation internationally. Malcolm Nance has retooled the War on Terror to show how we can eliminate Al Qaeda in less than twenty-four months without a single violent military action, while recreating America's reputation as a force for good around the world. Nance's plan includes: - Dominating the information battle space by exposing Al Qaeda to the rest of the international Muslim community as the global death cult that they are - Waging a war against the fear Al Qaeda has stoked - Drastically reducing the number of heavy military operations that use bombs to wipe out the enemy (and cause the death of civilians in the process) - Relying more heavily on counterintelligence to root out the terrorist group. An End to Al Qaeda is both fierce critique of America's political, military and intelligence communities and a revolutionary blueprint for destroying Al Qaeda.
by Arthur Benjamin, Michael Shermer
by Malcolm Nance
by Jose A. Rodriguez, Bill Harlow
by Beto O'Rourke, Susie Byrd
by Karen J. Greenberg
by Warren Christopher
by Robert Draper
by Malcolm Nance, Christopher Sampson
by Charles Kiefer, Malcolm Constable
by Nikolai Gogol
by John Quinones
"When a fact-filled, logically organized text is matched with a clear, well-measured presentation, the result is a win for the listener. Terrorism expert and former intelligence officer Malcolm Nance pairs with narrator Arthur Morey to produce just that winner. Nance uses his expertise first to give a lucid explanation of the twisting of Islam that has resulted in Al Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden. Then he offers a thought-provoking alternative to an unending War on Terror. Morey is particularly adept at delivering dense passages in a fluent and unaffected manner that allows the listener to absorb the material. He also handles foreign-language challenges smoothly. The resulting package provides accessible analysis of and a highly plausible solution for one of the most serious problems we face. M.O.B. (c) AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine"
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