Voices of Terror Manifestos, Writings and Manuals of Al Qaeda, Hamas, and other Terrorists from around the World and Throughout the Ages

ISBN-10: 1594290350
ISBN-13: 9781594290350
Edition: 2004
Authors: Walter Laqueur
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List price: $29.99
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/1/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 528
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 1.628

Lost World is the first book to explore the philosophies and themes of the hit show. It serves as both a guide to the mysteries as well as an analysis of the issues that the characters face, and how the reflect our life and society.

Preface
The Terrorism Reader
Tyrannicide
Introductory Note
Aristotle: The Origin of Tyranny
Lucian of Samosata: The Tyrannicide
Cicero: No Fellowship with Tyrants
Plutarch: Brutus
John of Salisbury: On Slaying Public Tyrants
Max Lossen: Thomas Aquinas and the Question of Tyrannicide
Junius Brutus: In Defense of Liberty
Juan de Mariana: Whether It is Right to Destroy a Tyrant
George Buchanan: War with the Enemy of All Mankind
Edward Saxby: Killing No Murder
Vittorio Alfieri: On Tyranny
Terrorism Old and New
Introductory Note
Bartoldi: Dagger and Poison
Karl Heinzen: Murder
Mikhail Bakunin: Revolution, Terrorism, Banditry
Sergey Nechaev: Catechism of the Revolutionist (1869)
Nikolai Morozov: The Terrorist Struggle
G. Tarnovski: Terrorism and Routine
Serge Stepniak-Kravchinski: Underground Russia
Pyotr Kropotkin: The Spirit of Revolt
Jean Maitron: The Era of the Attentats
John Most: Advice for Terrorists
Henry David: Prelude to Haymarket
Irish World: O'Donovan Rossa's Dynamiters
John Devoy: Lomasney
Terrorism in the Twentieth Century
Introductory Note
St. Christowe: Twilight of the IMRO
Emil Julius Gumbel: Organized Murder
Easter Week: A Dublin Ballad
Freedom Struggle by the Provisional IRA
Bhagwat Charan: The Philosophy of the Bomb
Menahem Begin: The Revolt
Platform of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine
Yehoshafat Harkabi: Al Fatah's Doctrine
Bizham Jazani: Armed Struggle in Iran
Prairie Fire: Political Statement of the Weather Underground
RAF (Baader-Meinhof Group): The Concept of the Urban Guerrilla
Interpretations of Terrorism
Introductory Note
Lucien de la Hodde: The Disaffected
Cesare Lombroso: The Militants
Emma Goldman: The Psychology of Political Violence
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels: Comments on Terrorism
Lenin: Revolutionary Adventurism
Leon Trotsky: The Collapse of Terrorism (I)
Leon Trotsky: The Collapse of Terrorism (II)
The Guerrilla Reader
The Age of Small War
Introductory Note
Maurice, Count de Saxe: Hercules Against Schoolboys
De Grandmaison: The Uses of Small War
De Jeney: Some Qualities Required of a Partisan
Johann von Ewald: Cunning, Skill, Speed, Secrecy
Andreas Emmerich: The Partisan in War
Georg Wilhelm Freiherr von Valentini: What Kind of Training?
Carl von Clausewitz: A Battalion in Battle
Carl von Clausewitz: People's War
Napoleon and After
Introductory Note
Antoine Henri de Jomini: National Wars
Francisco Espoz y Mina: Fighting in Spain
Denis Davydov: On Guerrilla Warfare
Carl von Decker: On Partisan War
J. F. A. Lemiere de Corvey: Un peu du fanatisme
Carlo Bianco: A Handbook for Revolutionary Bands
Giuseppe Mazzini: Rules for the Conduct of Guerrilla Bands
Wojciech Chrzanowski: The Polish Experience
Karol Stolzman: Terrifying for the Strongest Enemy
Antoine-Fortune de Brack: A Hazardous Profession
Partisan Warfare 1860-1938
Introductory Note
Francis Lieber: Guerrillas in International Law
Karl Hron: Partisans in the Austrian Mirror
Friedrich Wilhelm Rustow: People's War and Mobile Warfare
Charles Callwell: The Dangers of Guerrilla Warfare--1900
T. Miller Maguire: Differences Between Guerrilla and Regular Warfare
T. H. C. Frankland: Efficacy and Difficulties
Thomas Edward Lawrence: The Lessons of Arabia
B. C. Dening: Guerrillas and Political Propaganda
Harold H. Utley: War at a Time of Peace
Arthur Ehrhardt: In Praise of Bold Attack
Socialism and the Armed Struggle
Introductory Note
Auguste Blanqui: A Blueprint for Insurrection
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels: Guerrillas in Spain
Friedrich Engels: Franc-Tireurs 1870
John Most: The Case for Dynamite
James Connolly: On Street Fighting
V. I. Lenin: Guerrilla Warfare
Guerrilla Doctrine Today
Introductory Note
Mao Tse-tung: The Three Stages of the Protracted War
Lin Piao: Encircling the Cities of the World
Che Guevara: Guerrilla Warfare--A Method
Regis Debray: The Guerrilla as the Political Vanguard
Carlos Marighella: From the "Minimanual"
Abraham Guillen: Urban Guerrilla Strategy
The Origins of Twenty-First Century Terrorism
Terrorism in the Muslim World
Introductory Note
Taqi-ud-Deen Ahmad ibn Taymiyyah: The Religious and Moral Doctrine of Jihad
Sayed Qutb: Jihad in the Cause of God
Syed Abul Ala Maududi: Jihad in Islam
Mohammad 'Abdus Salam Faraj: Jihad, The Absent Obligation
Al-Qaeda: Manual
Osama Bin Laden: Jihad Against Jews and Crusaders
September 11: The Letter Left Behind
Sheikh Abdullah Yusuf Azzam: A Short Biography
Ayman al Zawahiri: Knights Under the Prophet's Banner
Hamas: The Covenant
Redha Malek: Islamist Terrorism in Algeria: An Experience to Ponder
M. Boudjemaa: Terrorism in Algeria: Ten Years of Day-to-Day Genocide
Terrorism--East, West, and South
Introductory Note
The Tamil Tigers: An Interview with Commander Pirabakaran
Sumantra Bose: Kashmir, Roots of Conflict: Paths to Peace
Yoginder Sikand: Kashmir, from National Liberation to Islamic Jihad
The Red Brigades: A Manifesto
"Neither Left Nor Right:" The Extreme Right and the Battle Against the New World Order
Jihad in the Caucasus: The Second Chechen War
Igor Dobaev: Islamic Radicalism in the Northern Caucasus
Jihad in Central Asia: Uzbekistan
Jihad in Central Asia: Khilafa: Tadjikistan
Unzueto Ortiz De Zarate: (ETA): Terror in Spain
Colombia: The Combatant Forces
Jemaah Islamiyah: in Southeast Asia
Jeffrey M. Bale: Abu Sayyaf in the Philippines
Terrorism 2004: Towards Weapons of Mass Destruction

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