From the book jacket: Long before September 11, 2001, terrorism's
global elite was already zeroing in on Indonesia -- the world's most
populous Islamic nation, where dense jungles and intricate,
unpatrolled coastlines conceal almost endless hiding places. Tracy
Dahlby takes us into this dangerous terrain, both before and after
9/11, interweaving the divergent perspectives of Koran-thumping
preachers, hardened holy warriors, military commandos, and embattled
Muslim moderates, in a first-rate reporting adventure that sheds new
light on the epidemic chaos now threatening our international
By turns harrowing, thought-provoking, and humorous, Allah's Torch charts a fascinating course through ...
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