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By Janet Tavakoli

Unveiled Threat

Unveiled Threat: A Personal Experience of Fundamentalist Islam and the Roots of Terrorism

Unveiled Threat: A Personal Experience of Fundamentalist Islam and the Roots of TerrorsmFor those who wonder why criminals and terrorists from different countries and cultures organize in the name of fundamentalist Islam to commit atrocities authorized at the highest levels of Sunni and Shia Islamic clergy, Unveiled Threat is my response.

I lived in Iran during the Islamic revolution of 1978-79 and followed the historical and evolving Middle East conflicts since then. This short book distills my views on where the United States stands today with respect to the question of fundamentalist Islam and the clash of civilizations.

Unveiled Threat has already evoked strong emotions and attracted detractors who admittedly made up their minds without reading the book. I hope that will not dissuade you from reading it and making up your own mind.

Available as an eBook or a print edition exclusively on Amazon.

Print edition: 144 pages including front and back matter, references, and 120 pages of text.

Excerpt from Think Advisor’s Interview

Think Advisor: What were you able to learn about fundamentalist Islam by following the money?

Tavakoli: If you read the 9/11 report, it states the Saudis, among others, funded terrorism. There is a theory that Saudi Arabia, among others, funded the fellows who formed ISIS to advance the Wahhabi agenda on the Arabian Peninsula, but their monsters went rogue and formed their own Wahhabi-based caliphate. Saudi Arabia got its start by using the Wahhabi ideology as a recruitment tool, and the Saudis are not keen to see upstarts dethrone them. There can only be one caliphate, so Gulf governments have a keen interest in pushing back the new challengers, before the so-called caliphate gains more traction.

Read Think Advisor’s entire interview here.

 

 

 

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