Israel and the Global Jihad Author: Caroline Glick Publisher: Gefen Publishing House
Price: $29.95 Special Price: $22.45 Format: Hard Cover ISBN 10: 9652294152 ISBN 13: 9789652294159 Catalog Number: 9789652294159 Number of Pages: 434 Year Published: 2008
Description: Islamic supremacism, European cultural disaggregation, American vacillation, and Israeli timidity and confusion. These are the main social contexts that inform political and strategic developments of global and national affairs in our times.
In her biweekly commentaries, Caroline B. Glick, the formidable Jerusalem Post columnist, highlights these underlying trends while analyzing events as they unfold both globally and in Israel.
This extraordinary collection of her probing and eloquent work is a must read for all who care about winning the war against the multifarious forces of global jihad.
Reviews: In eloquent and passionate prose, Caroline Glick examines some of the most important and troubling issues facing Israel and the world. Her message is clear and coherent: Islamic fundamentalism is the greatest challenge facing the West today. Benjamin Netanyahu Former Minister of Finance and Former Prime Minister of Israel
In a world of self-deception and the desire to find false comfort by escaping the challenges facing the free world and Israel, it is important to hear the sober voice of Caroline Glick which reminds us that the real answers to building a secure world are based on values and not in immediate political gratification. Natan Sharansky Distinguished Senior Fellow, the Shalem Center
Caroline is the sharpest of commentators on Israel and the region - withering in her critique, and all too often vindicated. David Horovitz Editor in Chief, the Jerusalem Post
If your taste runs to appreciating skillful and direct confrontation of cant, duplicity, appeasement, and wishful thinking – along the lines of the writings in the 1930s of George Orwell and Winston Churchill, but on todays manifestations of the issues those men confronted so brilliantly – then youve got the right book in hand. James Woolsey Former Director of Central Intelligence