Retired Israeli Intel Officer: U.S. a Victim of Its Own Omissions
Review by Frederick D. "Rick" Arons, CPP, CRT
***** Terror and Iraq: How We Can Better Combat Islamic Terrorism. By Shimshon Issaki; published by Atlas Books; available from ASIS, item #1858, 703/519-6200 (phone), www.asisonline.org (Web); 503 pages; $39 (ASIS members), $43 (nonmembers).
Shimshon Issaki’s Terror and Iraq is predicated on the notion that no country is immune from jihadist terrorism—a point clearly illustrated in the United States over the past year. Issaki further argues that the United States and its allies are victims because of their own omissions.
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By Jennifer L. Hesterman; reviewed by Hugh J. Martin
In The Terrorist-Criminal Nexus, Dr. Jennifer L. Hesterman presents the reader with a well-written catalog of the various terrorist factions presently active in the world. A colonel who has retired from the U.S. Air Force, the author has studied these groups in depth.