WAR, TERROR & PEACE IN THE QUR'AN & IN ISLAM: INSIGHTS FOR MILITARY & GOVERNMENT LEADERS
Author: T. P. Schwartz-Barcott
Publisher: STACKPOLE BOOKS, Nov 2005
230 Muslim battles from the years 624 through the Afghanistan-Iraq war &, combined with scripture from the Qur'an as used by Muslim warriors. The author has deducted some surprising patterns of warfare & combat behavior. Preface by Gen. Anthony C. Zinni, USMC (Ret.). 6 illus.; 6x9 inches, 432 pgs.
* An amazing compilation of, and objective research into Muslim warfare. Especially useful for government and military leaders who must deal with Muslim fanatics in combat situations
* Critically reviewed by prominent internationalists and praised for its practical and realistic insights into the motivations and patterns of behavior of Muslim warriors
The author has taken 230 Muslim battles from the years 624 through the Afghanistan-Iraq war and, combined with incisive evaluation of scripture from the Qur'an as used by Muslim warriors, has deducted some surprising--and highly useful--patterns of warfare and combat behavior that will prove enormously useful in dealing realistically with Muslims in combat should their present anti-Western operations continue throughout the world.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
T. P. Schwartz-Barcott is a former Marine Corps captain. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina and is a widely-published author in the realm of warfare and international affairs. He is currently the director of research services for a consulting firm in East Greenwich, Rhode Island.