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The Bookshelf: FP Staffers Review the New Releases

We may well be living the age of video and short takes and 140-character word spasms. But you’d never know it from the flood of new titles on every aspect of international affairs, history, war, peace, revolution, revolutionaries, terrorism, populism, refugees, and the end of the world as we know it.  4,221 more words

The Cable

The Great Mosque of al-Nuri

Does that gateway look like π to you? The Great Mosque of al-Nuri =314 in Mosul Iraq was destroyed on the Summer Solstice by US war planes, a claim by ISIS that American officials say is “1,000% false.” Nice hyperbole, professionals. 348 more words


Want to Stop Terrorism? Get out of the Middle East

By Dr Geoff Davies

June 10, 2017 “Information Clearing House” – The tragic loss of innocent lives to terrorist acts will not stop until we admit to the folly of current policies. 857 more words


How I Know That the Sauds Did the 9/11 Attacks

ERIC ZUESSE | 10.06.2017 | WORLD

How I Know That the Sauds Did the 9/11 Attacks

As a historian, I recognize that everything we know about history is from sources, and depends upon the reliability of those sources. 3,420 more words


Tracking Al-Qaeda and the Hunt for Bin Laden, 9/11 to Now

Book review: The Exile, by Cathy Scott-Clark and Adrian Levy

Investigative journalist Lawrence Wright published the Pulitzer-winning narrative history The Looming Tower in 2006, detailing Al-Qaeda’s formation and the road to September 11. 999 more words

Book Review

Terrorists – How to respond to them?

Spiritual Questions & Answers

Discovering inner health and transformation

Celebrating a terrorist’s death

Bin Laden’s death after a decade on the run unloosed a national wave of euphoria in the USA mixed with memory of the thousands who died in the Sept. 758 more words