Yossef Bodansky, the author whose #1 New York Times bestseller
Bin Laden: The Man Who Declared War on America first introduced
American readers to al Qaeda's evil mastermind prior to 9/11,
returns to sound an important alert. In this authoritative look at
the roots of modern terrorism, Bodansky pinpoints the troubled
region of Chechnya as a dangerous and little-understood crucible of
terror in the struggle between East and West. Drawing on mountains
of previously unseen intelligence from Islamist movements and other
military and intelligence sources from throughout the Middle East,
Russia, and Central Asia, Chechen Jihad offers an intimate and
startling portrait of the jihadist movement that is astonishing in
its detail and chilling in its implications--including new insights
into the Chechen jihadists' secret role in fighting against U.S.
forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. An authoritative work of reportage
and analysis, Chechen Jihad also points to a new way forward in the
struggle to face down the challenges of international Islamist
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