Reading a review from Amazon.com, the author apparently wants a Sherman-like march through the Mid-East, wiping out all 'threat' through huge,
bloody wars. Is that very accurate? This is based off of Amazon's review, not user reviews.
the author has two different stand points. 99% of the book is about muslims and the middle east. it talks much about the red army's invasion -- and
hwo we helped the mujahideen defeat them -- and major defeat while trying to occupy afghan.
But his main view is this: we are not hated because of our freedom. We are hated becausea religion feels threatened by us. So he states he have two
ways to defeat this enemy:
1. Full broad-sword style attack.
2. Negotiate our policies in the middle east (the author feels this is the reason we are under attack).
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