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Future Jihad Terrorist Strategies Against the West

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ISBN-10: 1403975116

ISBN-13: 9781403975119

Edition: 2006

Authors: Walid Phares

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'Future Jihad' shows that there has been a fundamental misunderstanding about al Qaeda's ultimate goal in the West and what victory means to jihadists. It points the way for America to win the ideological war at the heart of jihad.
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Book details

List price: $23.99
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 9/19/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 288
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.012

Professor Walid Phares is a Senior Fellow and the director for Future Terrorism Project at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies in Washington (2001-2009). He is also a Visiting Fellow with the European Foundation for Democracies in Brussels (2006-2009). He is Fox News Terrorism and Middle East Expert since 2007 and has been MSNBC-NBC Terrorism Analyst from 2003 to the end of 2006. Professor Phares has been an advisor to the US House of Representatives Caucus on Counter Terrorism since 2007 and to the Trans Atlantic Legislative Group on Counter Terrorism since 2008. He teaches Global Strategies at the National Defense University in Washington DC since 2006 and he has been a…    

Acknowledgments
List of Illustrations
Introduction
The Historical Roots of Jihad
Who Are the Jihadists?
After the Caliphate
The Nazi Alliance
The Communist Dilemma
Israel's Fate
What the Cold War Meant for the Future
The New Jihad
Jihadist Strategies against America
The Inevitability of 9/11
Bin Laden's Strategy against America
The Root Causes of America's Failure
Projecting Future Jihad
The Clash of Strategies: America Versus Jihad
America: Jihad's Second Generation
Mutant Jihad
Guidelines and Prescriptive Policies
Conclusion
Afterword
Notes
Index