Jihad Al-Kuffar by Michael A. Rome

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Jihad Al-Kuffar
by Michael A. Rome
Official Site: www.jihad-al-kuffar.com

Michael Rome goes to Indonesia to spend a leisure day when he crosses the path of a tour guide, Eki, who apparently holds a CD—keeping secret documents of appalling information about underground terrorist organizations. When Eki is suddenly killed, Michael uncovers the whole truth about the files stored on the CD—writings that encourage a series of battles between self-proclaimed “true believers” and those they consider the unbelievers and the allies of the devil.

The author narrates the story of radical militants and puts an emphasis on edicts, statements, and documents that “explain” why people should resort to destruction, terrorism, and suicide bombings to stand by their principles.

In Jihad Al-Kuffar, we’ll meet personalities who have various plans but one outcome: strike with violence. Eventually, eradication of barriers that “restrict” the freedom of humanity and do not permit them to obey alleged divine orders is the utmost objective of unscrupulous fanatics.

Given the close relationship between underdevelopment and terrorism, the book also shows why social diseases can only be defeated through aid programs, which are strictly based on a two-way commitment.

About the Author
Michael A. Rome is an engineering professor who lives in Italy. Aside from this book, he also published scientific papers on numerical methods in the field of applied mechanics.

(2010, paperback, 350 pages)
 

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Published January 3, 2011 by Dorrance Publishing. 352 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, War, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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