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Leading the second wave of post 9/11 terrorist books, American Jihad reveals that America is rampant with Islamic terrorist networks and sleeper cells and Emerson, the expert on them, explains just how close they are to each of us.

Topics: Islam, Terrorism, Jihad, The Middle East, Politics, War, Provocative, Contemplative, and Political Commentary

Published: Pocket Books on
ISBN: 9780743477505
List price: $7.99
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