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In the words of our enemies /
Jed Babbin.
imprint
Washington, DC : Regnery Pub., c2007.
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xiii, 274 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
1596985232, 9781596985230
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imprint
Washington, DC : Regnery Pub., c2007.
isbn
1596985232
9781596985230
contents note
Before September 11 -- The hate factories -- The hate networks -- The hate networks aim at Iraq -- Iran : the central terrorist nation, long before September 11 -- The Taliban, Pakistan, and Southwest Asia -- Radical Islam aims at Turkey -- China : the emerging enemy -- Putin's Russia -- Kim Jong-il's North Korea -- Fidel Castro's Cuba -- Hugo Chavez : Castro on steroids.
catalogue key
6217443
 
Includes bibliographical references (p. [249]-259) and index.
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"Death to America!" Years before September 11, our enemy warned us--and we weren't listening. We are being warned today--by enemies like Iran, North Korea, and radicals and terrorists across the globe--but we are still not listening. Sounding the alarm is bestselling author Jed Babbin (former deputy undersecretary of defense), who exposes the demagogues, dictators, and death squads openly threatening America--with potentially devastating consequences, if we aren't alert to the danger. Full of stunning detail, In the Words of Our Enemies reveals: * What the Islamists themselves are saying about their plans for America--mass murder followed by imposition of Islamic sharia law * How Venezuela's Hugo Chavez is leading a radical anti-American revolution that aims to organize the world's oil supplies against America * Why China's plans go beyond regional hegemony to driving the United States out of the Pacific * How even so-called "friendly" countries, like Russia, are conspiring against us * How many countries have threatened to use nuclear weapons against America (it's more than you think) Highlighting our enemies' own words, Jed Babbin gives you, the reader, an insider's intelligence report on the dangers we face. In the Words of Our Enemies gives you the knowledge you need to be forewarned and forearmed in defending America.
Main Description
"Death to America!"Years before September 11, our enemy warned us - and we weren't listening. We are being warned today - by enemies like Iran, North Korea, and radicals and terrorists across the globe - but we are still not listening.Sounding the alarm is bestselling author Jed Babbin (former deputy undersecretary of defense), who exposes the demagogues, dictators, and death squads openly threatening America - with potentially devastating consequences, if we aren't alert to the danger.Full of stunning detail, In the Words of Our Enemies reveals:* What the Islamists themselves are saying about their plans for America - mass murder followed by imposition of Islamic sharia law* How Venezuela's Hugo Chavez is leading a radical anti-American revolution that aims to organize the world's oil supplies against America* Why China's plans go beyond regional hegemony to driving the United States out of the Pacific* How even so-called "friendly" countries, like Russia, are conspiring against us* How many countries have threatened to use nuclear weapons against America (it's more than you think)Highlighting our enemies' own words, Jed Babbin gives you, the reader, an insider's intelligence report on the dangers we face. In the Words of Our Enemies gives you the knowledge you need to be forewarned and forearmed in defending America.
Table of Contents
Forewordp. ix
Introductionp. 1
Before September 11p. 5
The Hate Factoriesp. 23
The Hate Networksp. 59
The Hate Networks Aim at Iraqp. 73
Iran: The Central Terrorist Nation, Long before September 11p. 95
The Taliban, Pakistan, and Southwest Asiap. 129
Radical Islam Aims at Turkeyp. 139
China: The Emerging Enemyp. 145
Putin's Russiap. 169
Kim Jong-il's North Koreap. 207
Fidel Castro's Cubap. 215
Hugo Chavez: Castro on Steroidsp. 229
Conclusionp. 241
Acknowledgmentsp. 245
Excerpt from Lieutenant Colonel Buzz Patterson's Dereliction of Dutyp. 247
Notesp. 249
Indexp. 261
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