America's Secret Jihad: The Hidden History of Religious by Stuart Wexler

By Stuart Wexler

The normal narrative relating spiritual terrorism contained in the usa says that the 1st salvo happened in 1993, with the 1st assault at the global exchange heart in manhattan urban. This narrative has influenced greater than a decade of wars, and re-prioritized America's family protection and legislation enforcement time table. however the traditional narrative is wrong.
a special staff of jihadists exists inside US borders. This team has a protracted yet hidden background, is outdoors the purview of public officers and has an time table as apocalyptic as whatever Al Qaeda has to provide. Radical sects of Christianity have encouraged one of the most gruesome acts of violence in American background: the 1963 Birmingham Church bombing that killed 4 younger ladies; the “Mississippi Burning" murders of 3 civil rights staff in 1964; the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1968, the Atlanta baby Murders within the overdue Seventies; and the Oklahoma urban Bombing in 1995.America's mystery Jihad makes use of those crimes to inform a narrative that has no longer been informed before.
increasing upon the author's ground-breaking paintings at the Martin Luther King, Jr. homicide, and during using wide documentation, never-before-released interviews, and a re-interpretation of significant occasions, America's mystery Jihad paints

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