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Inside the jihad
|Statement||Omar Nasiri ; [introduction by Gordon Corera].|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 337 p. :|
|Number of Pages||337|
In this provocative book, "Inside the Gender Jihad", Wadud brings a wealth of experience from the trenches of the jihad to make a passionate argument for gender inclusiveness in the Muslim world. Knitting together scrupulous scholarship with lessons drawn from her own experiences as a woman, she explores the array of issues facing Muslim women Brand: Oneworld Publications. The book describes Dr. Hamid's journey against Islamic Radicalism since In Inside Jihad, Dr. Hamid analyses the problem in an objective manner and suggest strategic solutions to solve it. Politics Nonfiction.
Inside the Jihad - Inside the Jihad audiobook, by Omar Nasiri For the first time, a first person account of life inside the Jihad This is a detailed portrait of the complex man who fought on both sides. From Europe's burgeoning terrorist underground in the s, to the training camps of Afghanistan, to the radical mosques of London, Omar Nasiri. For a partial answer to this question read Inside the Jihad. Omar Nasiri (Not his real name), is an Algerian who, in , was recruited into a jihadist cell by his brother while living in Brussels, and who later became a spy for the French intelligence service, the DGSE.
"Inside the Jihad" happens to be the name of Nasiri's new book, which is subtitled "My Life With Al Qaeda, a Spy's Story." Omar Nasiri doesn't know if . In , Aukai Collins, a Californian convert to Islam, wrote a memoir, My Jihad, recounting his days as a jihadi from his training in Pakistan to his endeavors on the battlefield in Chechnya. Although Collins' book, interesting but poorly written, received little to no attention, a very similar memoir recently written by a Moroccan man is drawing significantly more : Lorenzo Vidino.
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The book describes Dr. Hamid’s journey against Islamic Radicalism since In Inside Jihad, Dr. Hamid analyses the problem in an objective manner and suggests strategic solutions to solve Tawfik Hamid (See: ) is an Islamic thinker and reformer, and one time Islamic extremist from Egypt/5(33).
"Inside the Jihad is the astonishing, well-told story of Omar Nasiri (a pseudonym), who penetrated al-Qaeda's training camps in Afghanistan in the mid s as a spy for France's intelligence by: 8. Inside the Jihad book.
Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Between andOmar Nasiri worked as a secret agent for E 4/5. Inside Jihad: Understanding and Confronting Radical Islam This is an insider analysis of the phenomenon of Radical Islam by an ex-Islamic radical and an associate of the Dr.
Ayman Al-Zawaherri (currently the first in command of Al-Qaeda).Author: Dr. Tawfik Hamid. Inside Jihad book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Why radical Islam remains a deadly threat and why it is so pervasive in Inside the jihad book. Hamid is the author of Inside Jihad: How Radical Islam Works; Why It Should Terrify Us; How to Defeat It. Inside Jihad [Book] has been recommended by many experts Inside the jihad book the field of countering radicalism including two former CIA Directors, senators, congress people, security experts, and many others.
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A detailed portrait of a complex man who fought on both sides, Inside the Jihad is a terrifying, suspenseful look at an organization that continues to be a global threat. Preview this book» What people are saying - Write a review/5(6).
"Inside the Jihad" Terrorist turned spy Omar Nasiri has written the first personal account of life as an al-Qaida operative. An excerpt from his terrifying new : Omar Nasiri. Tawfik Hamid talked about his book, Inside Jihad: How Radical Islam Works; Why It Should Terrify Us; How to Defeat interview was held at.
Eventually, Dr. Hamid recognized the insidious nature of violent jihad and rejected its distortions of the Qur'an, the holy book of the Muslim faith. Ever since, he has pursued a path of reformation within Islam by writing new interpretations of the book's key texts and by sharing his message in.
Inside the Jihad is a thrilling read from start to finish. Omar Nasiri didn't start out in the radical Islamic movement as a spy at all. He also didn't become a spy because he felt it was the right thing to do, he did it to save his life. Omar's Cited by: 8. The book follows him through his overseas travel, training at AQ camps in Afghanistan, and combat against Russians.
He eventually turned on the mujahideen and became a FBI informant, though I forget what info he provided. It. Inside Jihad. 1, likes. A page to promote better understanding for the phenomenon of Radical ers: K. In this provocative book, "Inside the Gender Jihad", Wadud brings a wealth of experience from the trenches of the jihad to make a passionate argument for gender inclusiveness in the Muslim world.
Knitting together scrupulous scholarship with lessons drawn from her own experiences as a woman, she explores the array of issues facing Muslim women 2/5(1). Inside the Jihad isn't a theoretical or academic exploration of Islamic terrorism.
Rather it's one man's (extraordinary) experience on the ground witnessing the fallout from the U.S. turning a blind eye toward Afghanistan after the Soviets withdrew.
Nasiri's experience also demonstrates the West's inability to fully understand the forces /5(24). "Inside Jihad is an important resource for anyone interested in learning about the thought processes of the jihadists." —William Esposito, former Deputy Director, FBI "A riveting and informative work.
Hamid's understanding of how psychological indoctrination creates a radical Islamist is exceedingly useful.". ‘A chillingly detailed portrait of life inside the Afghan training camps.
Omar Nasiri’s memoir offers a unique insider’s perspective on the crucial years during which a loosely connected group of regional Islamist movements coalesced into Al Qaeda’s global jihad.’ — Ahmed Rashid, author of the no.
1 New York Times bestseller, Taliban. INSIDE THE JIHAD field_56e9baf5. Omar Nasiri It is the name I am using to write this book, but it is only one of a long line of names I have used over the course of my life.
Or perhaps I should say my lives—as a son, a brother, a student, a gun-runner. Inside Jihad Understanding and Confronting Radical Islam By Dr. Tawfik Hamid. Page 2 1/28/ So too is it the case with jihad.
I hope, in writing this book, This is not a book about Islam – it is a book about Islamism and how to combat it. Here’s my four-sentence review of Dr. Tawfik Hamid’s new book Inside Jihad: How Radical Islam Works; Why It Should Terrify Us; How to Defeat It.
Buy this book. Read this book. Refer to this book. Share this book. I’ve read and reviewed counter-jihad classics by bestselling experts including Robert Spencer, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Bernard Lewis, Andrew Bostom.
"Inside the Jihad" happens to be the name of Nasiri's new book, which is subtitled "My Life With Al Qaeda, a Spy's Story." A detail from the dust cover of "Inside the Jihad," the book by Omar.