The mind of terror : a former Muslim sniper explores what motivates ISIS and other extremist groups (and how best to respond) / Tass Saada with Dean Merrill.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Centerville Center Twp PL - Centerville||261.8 SAA (Text)||76895000240764||1st Floor New Books||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781496413949 (hc)
- ISBN: 9781496411877 (sc)
- Physical Description: 231 pages : maps ; 22 cm
- Publisher: Carol Stream, Illinois : Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 2016.
- Copyright: ©2016
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 225-230).
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Part one: Inside the terrorist mind-set -- No place to hide -- Honor and shame: a different way to think -- What makes a terrorist? -- Deep roots -- Part two: Now what? -- We can worry -- We can fight back -- We can wish for solutions that will never happen -- We can chalk it up to end-time prophecy -- Part three: A better way -- Understanding God's plans for Isaac-and for Ishmael -- The mind of peace -- Winning the right to be heard -- What you can do to neutralize terrorism -- Is the Jesus way "realistic"? -- Silver linings -- Everyday heroes: peacemakers at work -- A. Nurturing tomorrow's leaders -- B. Agents of change -- C. Softening adult hearts.
|Summary, etc.:|| What motivates Islamic terrorists? What is in the mind of terror? Our news reports from the Middle East cover events-bombings, massacres, and suicide attacks. Our newscasters take time to explain who the players are-from Hezbollah to the Iranian Quds, from ISIS to the Palestinian National Authority. But there is something underneath these events and players that fuels atrocity after atrocity in the Middle East. What is it? Tass Saada provides the answer to that question as he delves into the mind of terror, explaining what motivates extremist groups throughout the Middle East. A former Muslim and a onetime sniper with Yasser Arafat's Fatah organization, Tass has lived it himself. At age 42, he steered his life in a radical new direction, committing it to Jesus. Tass not only describes the motivations and aspirations of those who live in the Middle East, he also outlines a peaceful solution. We can plant seeds of hope that will transform not only the Middle East, but also our increasingly diverse neighborhoods at home. Discover the mind behind terror and how to oppose its grip.
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