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Abdullah Bin Juttie 
Last Crusades 

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The Last Crusades chronicles the dysfunctional relations between the West and Islam that led up to 9/11. It provides an in-depth historical preview of how Palestine was overtaken by Zionists with the help of the British. It graphically illustrates how Zionists forcefully ran the Palestinians out of Palestine and established the state of Israel with the help of Europe and the U.S. The book is presented in an autobiography format, chronicling the author’s return to the Middle East after becoming a professional ESL teacher and working in Saudi Arabia for 12 years. He watched the horror of 9/11 before going to work one morning, and was propelled from that experience to theorize how he would write this book against the backdrop of 9/11, subsequent wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and how these conflicts have augmented and expanded confrontation between the West, Israel, Palestine, and the entire Islamic world. He hopes the book will decrease the threat of a possible third world war in the Middle East.
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Format EPUB ● Pages 340 ● ISBN 9781631357367 ● Publisher SBPRA ● Published 2014 ● Downloadable 3 times ● Currency EUR ● ID 4066965 ● Copy protection Adobe DRM
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