Al Qaeda terrorists are likely to cross the Mexican border
Suitcase nuclear weapons are a real threat
There was no link between al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein (and no WMD in Iraq)
That Halliburton made a fortune off Iraq ..then youve accepted some of the most prevalent myths about the War on Terrormyths that are demonstrably untrue. If truth is the first casualty of war, urban legends are the first product of Americas War on Terror. In Disinformation, investigative reporter and terrorism expert Richard Miniter punctures twenty-two myths about terrorism, al Qaeda, and the war in Iraq. He has sifted the written record, met with countless high-level sources, and traveled the globe, from Sudan to the Philippines, Egypt to Iraq, to track down and refute some of the most widely believedand often perniciouslegends of the War on Terror. Provocative but irrefutable, with startling new reporting, Miniter reveals:
Why racial profiling of terrorists wont work
Why Iraq is not "another Vietnam"
Why Osama bin Laden is not a massively wealthy criminal mastermind, was not funded or trained by the CIA, and is not on dialysis
Why poverty doesnt cause terrorism Miniter gives you all the evidence to shoot down disinformation and refute those who mindlessly repeat it. If you want the truth about the War on Terror, start here.
There is nothing to complain about with this book. It is timely, well-organized, concise, well-written, and well-cited. Read morePublished 24 days ago by A customer
I felt like my time was wasted with this one. After each chapter, I just kept saying to myself, "who cares. Read morePublished 4 months ago by beachbreaksteve
Not at all as described. This guy is full of bull and has no idea what he is talking about. I was involved in a case he talks about and he has completely twisted the events.Published 6 months ago by Randal H.
This amazing book destroys several leftist lies. To who want to know the true that de midia do not sayPublished on November 2, 2009 by Evanir V. Dos Santos Jr.
In this, his third pro-Bush book (following "Losing Bin Laden" and "Shadow War") I have the sense that author Richard Miniter is making an effort to not so obviously be a President... Read morePublished on May 29, 2008 by Tom Bruce
Irrelevant, one star is too many; don't bother reading no matter what your opinion of the war.
The biggest thing that I can say about this book is that it never proves that... Read more
Miniter sets out to debunk 22 Media Myths, and presents compelling facts for each myth. Is he correct? Read morePublished on August 27, 2007 by Lee Boyland, award wining author
This book is a must for all those regular, hard working, honest people out there who need the truth (raw facts) on the war on terrorism (Al-Qaeda). Read morePublished on July 28, 2007 by Alex Novak