The Crisis of Islam
Author: Bernard Lewis
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Holy War and Unholy Terror. Modern Jihad and the Roots of Muslim Rage. Based on an award-winning article for "The New Yorker" by Lewis, "Crisis of Islam" is a spectacular primer on the historical roots of anti-Americanism in the Islamic world. It is essential reading for anyone who wants to know where 9/11 came from, and how Americans can fight back. In his first book since the landmark bestseller What Went Wrong?, Bernard Lewis looks at the history of conflicts between Islam and the West to answer the key question we've all been grappling with since 9/11: Where did this come from? He tells us what the Islamic doctrine of jihad has meant at different times in history. And he takes us, as only he can, through the rise of militant Islam in Iran, Israel, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia, examining for the first time the impact of radical Saudi proselytizing, and Saudi oil money, on the rest of the Islamic world.
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