The war for Muslim minds : Islam and the West


The war for Muslim minds : Islam and the West

Gilles Kepel ; translated by Pascale Ghazaleh

Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2006, c2004

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Bibliography: p. [297]-309

Includes index

"First Harvard University Press paperback edition, 2006"--T.p. verso



The events of September 11, 2001, forever changed the world as we knew it. In their wake, the quest for international order has prompted a reshuffling of global aims and priorities. In a fresh approach, Gilles Kepel focuses on the Middle East as a nexus of international disorder and decodes the complex language of war, propaganda, and terrorism that holds the region in its thrall.


Introduction 1. Failure of the Oslo Peace 2. The Neoconservative Revolution 3. Striking at the Faraway Enemy 4. Al Qaeda's Resilience 5. Saudi Arabia in the Eye of the Storm 6. The Calamity of Nation-Building in Iraq 7. The Battle for Europe Conclusion Chronology Sources Acknowledgments Index

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