Walid Phares is a world-renowned terrorism and Middle East expert. He is a senior fellow at The Foundation for the Defense of Democracies and a visiting fellow at the European Foundation for Democracy. He is an analyst on MSNBC, has testified before the State Department many times, and has led NGO delegations to discuss Middle East terrorism with the UN Security Council. He is also a professor of Middle East studies, ethnic and religious conflict at Florida Atlantic University. He has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, NBC, C-SPAN, al Jazeera, al Hurra, Fox News, and Abu Dhabi TV, among others, and is a frequent contributor to U.S. and international radio programs. He is the author of several books, including The War of Ideas: Jihad against Democracy.
Phares tells us what no ones else will. Great education of JihadPublished 2 months ago by william lockwood
This book should be read by anyone who wants to truly understand what is behind the problems in the middle east.Published 2 months ago by Malcolm Clarrissimeaux, Ph.D.
Tremendous insight ! Amazing insight into how insidious the problem really is. A must read for those seeking to understand our governments reaction to the jihadi movement.Published 3 months ago by Den T
If you read this book, you will never think about the Muslim Jihadists as you did before. Phares explains the entire pattern of
the multi-pronged Islamist Jihad that has been... Read more
Excellent condition. Americans should read this if not just to understand their vulnerabilities to outsiders.Published 9 months ago by Gregory A. Posey
very much recommended. it is a powerful rendition, from an author who is beyond knowledgeable in the said topic. perhaps slightly personal, but very objective nonetheless. Read morePublished 17 months ago by taylor
This book presents outstanding analysis of how the West has succumbed to enemy propaganda. Jihad means "struggle", not some kind of spiritual exercise like yoga. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Birke
This book, written by an academic raised and educated in the culture of the middle east, is well worth the read for anyone interested in future interactions between the west and... Read morePublished on November 23, 2012 by Francis M. Grant