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Hashmi takes us back deep into history in order to understand the present objectively and precisely. It is a major departure from all current theories in its depth and originality.
Taj Hashmi’s profoundly erudite new book helps to clear the water so callously muddied by Huntington’s theory of “the clash of civilizations.” This is a must read for any one interested in understanding the security threats in the 21st century.
A must read, this learned and provocative study argues persuasively that intra-Muslim conflict rather than Muslim–West confrontation will characterize the future.
This is a most timely contribution by one of the ablest scholars and analysts of Islamic–Western interactions and relationships. Taj Hashmi pleads for serious introspection within and dialogue between the two civilizations in search of principles that can promote peace and harmony worldwide.
Taj Hashmi’s book penetrates the commonly espoused stereotypes and Cassandra-like warnings surrounding America’s “War on Terror.”
There are books galore on Jihad but hardly has any writer dared to point a finger at West in general and United States in particular. Taj Hashmi is practically the first ones to do so and he has argued his case brilliantly.... Hashmi deserves high praise for telling the hidden truth in plain words. We now get a better understanding of Global Jihad in all its manifestations and who else could have done it except a true-blue Muslim.
The book is about “foretelling the catastrophic effects of the seemingly inevitable conflicts between America (and its allies) and their adversaries in the Muslim world backed by their non-Muslim patrons in the ongoing Hundred Year War”...Global Jihad and America helps one understand the intricacies of the post-Cold War world order. It also shatters several myths about U.S. foreign policy and offers a grave but realistic picture of the U.S. military interventions. What makes the book stand out is its refusal to follow the stereotype.
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