By ABDULHAY ZALLOUM
seeing that its independence the us proved to be moment to none in demonstrating its superiority in equipped violence because it waged over 200 wars in its brief heritage due to the fact independence. Wars opposed to the North African Muslim States persisted over 20 years correct after independence. on the creation of the 21st century the us waged wars opposed to Afghanistan and Iraq and an international warfare of terror that was once comfortably named conflict on Terror. The theater of operations of this worldwide battle used to be the Muslim international which we coin as Islamistan.
These wars have been for gold but usually God was once invoked to lie to the blameless non-suspecting inhabitants. Crusading for companies used to be claimed to be crusading for God. This publication explains the connection among the U.S. and the Muslim global considering that independence, and the way the united states curiosity advanced from alternate to grease and hegemony for which Muslims and americans shed a lot blood.
About the Author
The writer accomplished his fundamental and secondary schooling in Jerusalem and his better schooling in engineering, enterprise management and complicated administration at American collage together with Harvard. he's an the world over recognized petroleum advisor, and an writer of a number of books released in different languages. the most recent e-book 'Oil Crusades' used to be released within the U.S. through collage of Michigan press and the U.K. by means of Pluto press.
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AMERICA IN ISLAMISTAN (TRADE, OIL AND BLOOD) by ABDULHAY ZALLOUM