Jihad: A South African Perspective
AFRICAN SUN MeDIA, 1 août 2013 - 139 pages
There are thousands of books on terrorism. However from the provocative Table of Content to the horrific details of terrorism in South Africa, Professor Solomon tests your ability to see complex topics from the simplicity of antidotes and the person. 'I am South African, please don't arrest me!' resonates all too well throughout the continent and in the post-Arab Spring Muslim world. He brings the discussion beyond the usual mundane academic treatise to the sharp reality of the global dangers of politicized Islam. A Muslim talking candidly about Islam. The bonus for the uninformed -- an easy to comprehend, Islam primer. The book is a must read for any serious student of terrorism!"
ÿ- Professor Anne Moisan, US National Defense Universit
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