The Jihadist Threat

The Re-conquest of the West?

Paul Moorcraft

 
Date Published :
October 2017
Publisher :
Pen and Sword
Language:
English
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781526720931
Pages : 177
Dimensions : 9 X 6 inches
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Overview
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This updated edition of Professor Paul Moorcraft’s timely and controversial book examines the international and domestic threats to the West from Jihadism. It connects the dots in the Middle East, Asia and Africa and explains what it means for the home front, mainly Britain but also continental Europe and the USA. More Brits are trying to join the Islamic State than the reserve forces. Why? It puts the whole complex jigsaw together without pulling any punches.

After briefly tracing the origins of Jihadism from the time of the Prophet,
The Jihadist Threat analyzes the fallout from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars and how far these fueled the rise of the self-styled Islamic State and other terror groups and the extent these pose to European society. Finally, the author offers suggestions for defeating this existential threat to the Western way of life.

This well-illustrated book is written from the inside. Professor Moorcraft, currently the Director of the Centre for Foreign Policy Analysis, London, has long worked at the heart of the British security establishment and has operated as a war correspondent in over thirty conflict zones since Afghanistan in the 1980s, often alongside front-line Jihadists. Arguably no-one is better qualified to write on this subject and his knowledge, coupled with forthright views, cannot be ignored. This claim is borne out by his predictions in the original edition which have proved prescient. This is an important work that fully deserves the acclaim it has attracted.

About The Author
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Professor Paul Moorcraft has frontline experience reporting on over 20 years, from A-Z, to Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, as a correspondent for print, radio and TV for nearly 40 years. He is currently Visiting Professor at Cardiff University and Director of the Centre for Foreign Policy Analysis, London.

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