-- selected to provide Muslims resources for interfaith discussion, and access to a Searchable Bible.
John Pilger, Hidden Agendas -- Journalist, twice winner of Britain's Journalist of the Year award, gives the unfiltered truth about worldwide struggles for justice and the veiled role of the U.S. and Britain. [ORDER]
Gabriel Kolko, Another Century of War? -- "The foremost modern historian of war" says the roots of terrorism lie in America's cynical policies in the Middle East and Afghanistan, a half-century of realpolitik justified by crusades for oil and against communism. [ORDER]
Mark Zepezauer, Boomerang! -- A concise account of our covert wars which have created enemies across the Middle East and brought terror to America. [X] [ORDER]
Mahmood Mamdani, Good Muslim, Bad Muslim: America, the Cold War, and the Roots of Terror -- Columbia University professor argues that the terrorist movement at the center of Islamist politics is a result of America's proxy wars, and cannot be defeated by occupying Iraq. [ORDER]
William Blum, Killing Hope: US Military and CIA Interventions Since World War II -- Is the United States a force for democracy? From China in the 1940s to Guatemala to the Gulf War, former U.S. Dept. of State official provides a comprehensive study of the ongoing American holocaust. [X] [ORDER]
John Perkins, Confessions of an Economic Hit Man -- His job was to saddle countries with huge debts so that the American government and international aid agencies could control their economies. [
Greg Palast, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy -- Investigative reporter exposes the truth about globalization, corporate buying of government favors, and of African-Americans erased from voter roles. [ORDER]
Paul Findley, Deliberate Deceptions -- U.S. Representative from Illinois speaks out on the facts behind the U.S.-Israeli relationship, and they're not what establishment media generally report. [ORDER]
Alan Geyer and Barbara G. Green, Lines in the Sand: Justice and the Gulf War -- An analysis based on the Christian doctrine of "just war," together with the often neglected historical context of events and policies preceding the war. [ORDER]
Michael A. Sells, The Bridge Betrayed: Religion and Genocide in Bosnia -- For NATO powers to acknowledge genocide in Bosnia would mean acknowledging that they broke the Genocide Covention of 1948 by refusing to prevent and punish it, and rewarded it by ceding territory to the aggressors. [ORDER]
Larry J. Sabato, Glenn R. Simpson, Dirty Little Secrets: The Persistence of Corruption in American Politics -- Four out of five Americans don't trust their government. Authors describe the corruption in American politics, and what Americans should know if they are to reform the system. [ORDER]
Bruce B. Lawrence, Shattering the Myth: Islam Beyond Violence -- Islam's portrayal in Western media, as an alien, violent,
hostile religion more accurately reflects the bias of Western reporters than they do the realities of Islam.
History, Politics I
-- selected to give concerned Americans, and Muslim activists, a good understanding of the U.S., and the effects of U.S. foreign interventions on the lives of Americans, Muslims, and the world. To buy books we recommend or to check prices click on [ORDER].
-- MIT professor argues that current U.S. policies are simply
the continuation of a half-century of an "imperial grand strategy" in which the U.S. has attempted to "maintain its hegemony through the threat or use of military force." [ORDER]
- Enver Masud, The War on Islam -- Founder of The Wisdom Fund exposes the hypocrisy of U.S. foreign policy, and the pretexts used to rob the Muslim world of its freedom and resources. [X] [ORDER]
- Howard Zinn, Declarations of Independence: Cross-Examining American Ideology -- Professor of history and political science, former air force bombardier in Europe, presents conclusions which challenge establisment myths. [ORDER]
- Noam Chomsky, Hegemony or Survival: America's Quest for