Infernal Triangle: Conflict in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Levant Eyewitness Reports from the September 11 Decade

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Prologue - People Are Crying in the Streets ix
  • Afghanistan 1
  • The Future for Afghanistan’s Women 3
  • Dust to Dust 9
  • Seeds of Destruction 23
  • Nation-Building at Gunpoint 35
  • The Seven-Year Stitch 45
  • A Woman’s Lot 55
  • Whisker from Oblivion 63
  • Doing the Bidding of Organised Crime 71
  • The Road to Perdition 79
  • New Road Paved with Promises and Projects 93
  • Afghan Insurgency Given New Life by Their Enemies 101
  • Iraq 113
  • The Devils They Knew 115
  • Baghdad without a Map 121
  • The Men Who Rule Iraq 127
  • The Blood Koran 137
  • The Bush Doctrine Turned on Its Head 141
  • The Making of a Monster 147
  • Seduction of An Unwitting Suicide Bomber 171
  • The Unknown Zarqawi Legacy 175
  • The Judas Kiss 181
  • Mission Failed 187
  • Iraqi Justice 197
  • Three into One Proves An Odd Fit 201
  • The Oil Gusher 209
  • The Levant 221
  • The Matza Bomb 223
  • Guided Missiles 231
  • Marked Men 249
  • Deep in the Heart of Lebanon 255
  • Waves of Despair 263
  • On the Verge of Civil War 269
  • The Man Who Wouldn’t Die 277
  • The Free Gaza Flotilla 303
  • Controlling the Narrative in Israel and Palestine 319
  • Afterword - Al-Qaeda Lost on the Arab Street 331
  • Acknowledgements 337
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