The way of the strangers : encounters with the Islamic State
The definitive book on the distinctive history and psychology of ISIS, based on Wood's unprecedented access to the Islamic State's own recruiters and supporters, and his extensive time reporting throughout the region. Based on interviews with Islamic State members and supporters, Wood delivers a fast-paced, riveting narrative about what the Islamic State wants and how it plans to get it. The true story of the on-the-ground reality of the wealthiest, most infamous jihadist group in our world today. A deep dive into the heart of the Islamic State's apocalyptic worldview, this is a bracing look at this terrorist cult from the people who belong to it, promote it and recruit for it.
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- IS (Organization)
- Middle East -- History -- 21st century.
- Terrorism -- Middle East.
- Terrorism -- Religious aspects -- Islam.
- Terrorists -- Iraq.
- Terrorists -- Syria.
Edition: First edition.
Description: xxix, 317 pages : illustration ; 25 cm
Notes: Includes bibliographical references (pages 285-305) and index.Link to PAC