Holy War Inc. Book Review by Master Researcher

Holy War Inc.
A review of Peter L. Bergen's "Holy War Inc.".
# 87722 | 1,125 words | 5 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Literature (American) , Hot Topics (Terror and 9/11) , Hot Topics (Iraq Wars)


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This is a report on the book "Holy War Inc." by Peter L. Bergen, which extensively analyzes the world of Osama bin Laden. It looks at how Bin Laden operates, how he lives, how he achieves his goals, what those goals may be, and how he is funded. He does this is a lucid and detailed manner that gives the reader a good sense of the nature of the current battle between some in Islam and the West. The book also addresses the issue of whether Iraq was involved in 9-11.

From the Paper:

"The name of Osama bin Laden became infamous with the attack on 9-11, though in some circles the name had been known before that, as had his jihad against the West and the nature of the organization he heads. For much of the world, however, the information only become widely known after that attack, and since that time the task of finding bin Laden has been a major focus for much of the West. To a degree, of course, bin Laden has been overshadowed in terms of U.S. policy by the war in Iraq and the new focus on that country, which the Bush Administration made seem like the same battle when the war started, though since that time it has been clear to most people that Iraq.."

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