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Slave of Allah Zacarias Moussaoui vs. the USA

ISBN-10: 0745326196

ISBN-13: 9780745326191

Edition: 2007

Authors: Katherine C. Donahue

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Book details

List price: $35.00
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Pluto Press
Publication date: 9/20/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.594
Language: English

Katherine C. Donahue is professor of anthropology at Plymouth State University in New Hampshire.

Acknowledgements
Introduction
The United States Indicts Zacarias Moussaoui
Importance of the Trial
Purpose of the Book
Alternative Explanations Are Explored
Plan of the Book
The Legal Process Begins
Moussaoui's Arrest
The FBI and "The Wall"
The Proceedings Begin
The Courthouse
Moussaoui Moves to Represent Himself
Moussaoui Tries to Plead Guilty
Unlawyerlike Behavior
The Right to Question Witnesses
Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing
Self-Representation Revoked
Moussaoui Pleads Guilty
Slave of Allah: Zacarias Moussaoui's Struggle to Represent Himself
Jihad in the Courtroom
Representation
Legal Representation
Social Representation: Nationality and Religion
Personal Representation
Alternative Explanations: Evil or Crazy?
What Can We Learn?
Courtroom 700, Alexandria, Virginia
Selection of the Jury
The Eligibility Phase Begins
April 3, 2006: The Jury's Verdict
The Penalty Phase Begins
April 24, 2006: The Case Goes to the Jury
May 3, 2006: The Verdict
May 4, 2006: The Sentencing
Zacarias, My Brother: The Making of a Terrorist
Zacarias Moussaoui's Early Life
Difficult Move to the South of France
Middle Class
French Intolerance
The Move to London
Conversion
Social Networks in London
Afghanistan and Beyond
Alternative Explanation: How Effective Was Moussaoui?
Moussaoui Flies to the United States
Why Can't They Be More French?
Inclusion and Exclusion
Ethnicity, Race, Religion, Class, and Culture
Migration to France
Islam without Borders
Religion and the State
Islam of France or Islam in France?
Conversion
Alternative Explanations
By Word and Bullet: Language and Symbolic Violence
Language and Power
Social Fields of Action
What the West Should Learn from the Case of Zacarias Moussaoui
Lessons from the Case
What Did the United States Learn?
What Should the United States Learn?
What Should the West Learn?
Notes
Bibliography
Index