Islam versus Terrorism
Paperback | English
Islam versus Terrorism provides information on a faith which dictates the lives of an ever-increasing number of followers (Moslems), already estimated at 1.6 billion. It also highlights the importance of cultural and religious differences in making foreign policies. It gives perspective on why our foreign relationships have gone wrong while describing the Middle East and its problems. The tragic, well planned terrorist attack on America on 9/11/2001 proved that we are not untouchable and cannot ignore the unhappy world across the ocean. The heinous act contained a message to be wary of interfering in other countries’ affairs if we wish not to be a party to their problem. Dictating to other nations, especially Islamic, who have been vocal in expressing their opposition to us, could result in more serious consequences. Playing a meaningful role in the world requires that America reevaluate its foreign policy in an effort to be a valuable friend rather than a “big bully.” Islam does not promote terror, desperation does.