9-11 - Noam Chomsky
Noam Chomsky comments on the the new war on terrorism, U.S. foreign
policy, media control, Afghanistan, and the long-term implications
of America's military attacks abroad.
Terrorism, Theirs & Ours
"Terrorist." "Freedom fighter." What do these terms mean? Where do
they apply? Ahmad discusses the Taliban, Pakistan, India, Kashmir,
Afghanistan, Muslim Fundamentalism, US foreign policy, and the
shifting lexicon of international politics.
Unveiling the Real Terrorist Mind -
Nadia Batool Ahmad
This book excludes the works of Nobel Laureate
Betty Williams, former congressman Paul Findley, former U.S.
attorney general Ramsey Clark, Georgetown professor John Esposito,
MIT professor Noam Chomsky, author Howard Zinn, and many more
exciting authors with worldwide recognition.
and the Politics of Military Confrontation
The multi- authored book was written by
both Palestinian and Israeli women (10 Palestinian women and seven
Israeli women) and, according to one of the authors, Samia Costandi
of Montreal, "the book offers fresh and unconventional perspectives
on the experiences of Palestinian and Israeli women during war and
invites the reader to critically examine unconventional intellectual
paradigms that are not patriarchal and not hierarchical."
Perspective Media (APM/RAM) -
Alternative Perspective Media (APM/RAM) is a bilingual media group
working form Montreal, Canada. The group presents alternative view to
what been published in the mainstream media. Its first issues been
published and distributed as a pilot project now are available at its
own web site, please visit the site and send us your evaluation.
Israel/ Palestine -
How to End the War of
1948 by Tanya Reinhart
Israel/Palestine is the most devastating critique now available of
Israel's policy toward the Palestinian people." —Edward W. Said
Control - by Noam Chomsky
This 2nd edition of
Chomsky's classic on U.S. propaganda and opinion control features a
post-September 11 talk examining media coverage of the new "war on
terrorism." An important counter-narrative to the official version of
and Taboo - by Joseba
Zulaika & William Douglass
Terror and Taboo is about the mythology of
terrorism; it is an exploration of the ways we talk about terrorism.
It offers incontestable evidence to support the idea that we give
power to terrorism by the way we write and talk about it.
According to Zulaika and Douglass, we make terrorism worse by the way
we represent it in the media and in everyday conversation. Through
their examination of terrorism, they propose to remove the taboos
No More - Paul Findley
He examines the false images of Islam that linger in American minds;
the impact of these stereotypes on U.S. national interests,
particularly the well being of U.S. Muslims; what is being done to
promote accurate understanding of Islam; the adequacy of these
measures; and additional activities that are needed.
Dying God: The Hidden History of Western Civilization
by David Livingstone
Few would acknowledge that our knowledge of history could be
significantly inaccurate. The most common conception of history is one
that begins in Greece, the "cradle of Western civilization", then
progresses through Rome, and finally Europe and America. However, this
merely represents a strictly Western version of history, and one that
is often confused with the history of the World.
Holocaust Industry -
by Norman Finkelstein
It accuses those who exploit the Holocaust of telling lies, conniving
in Israeli atrocities, and of naked greed. The ruthless
industrialisation of the Holocaust has encouraged the rebirth of anti-semitism
in Europe and the United States.
Illustrated Guide To Understanding Islam
guide is for non-Muslims who would like to understand Islam, Muslims,
and the Holy Quran. It is rich in information, references,
bibliography, and illustrations. It has been reviewed and edited by
many professors and well-educated people. It is brief and simple to
read, yet contains much scientific knowledge.
Do People Hate America - by Ziauddin Sardar & Merryl Wyn
America exports its value systems, defining what it means to be
civilised, rational, developed and democratic – indeed, what it is to
be human. Meanwhile, the US itself is impervious to outside influence,
and if most Americans think of the rest of the world at all, it is in
terms of deeply ingrained cultural stereotypes.
The Secret Teachings of all Ages
- by Manly
In 1928, a 20-something Renaissance man
named Manly Hall self-published a vast encyclopedia of the occult,
believing that "modern" ideas of progress and materialism were
displacing more important and ancient modes of knowledge. Hall's
text has become a classic reference, dizzying in its breadth:
various chapters explore Rosicrucianism, Kabbalah, alchemy,
cryptology, Tarot, pyramids, the Zodiac, Pythagorean philosophy,
Masonry and gemology, among other topics.
The Cult That Hijacked the World -
by Henry Makow
... humanity has been colonized by a satanic cult called the Illuminati. This cult represents Masonic and Jewish bankers who finagled a monopoly over government credit which allows them to charge interest on funds they create out of nothing. Naturally they want to protect this prize by translating it into a political and cultural monopoly. This takes the form of a totalitarian world government dedicated to Lucifer, who represents their defiance of God.
Yesterday,Today & Tomorrow - by Tareq M Suwaidan
This book is a brief overview of the long and turbulent history of Palestine, from its dawn to the present day. It is chronological sequence of events to demonstrate the significance of the 'Holy Land' one of the territories over which much blood has been split throughout history.
Whiteout: The CIA, Drugs and the Press
- by Alexander Cockburn
Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair take the revelations of the links between the Central Intelligence Agency, the Nicaraguan Contras, and the Los Angeles crack market that journalist Gary Webb exposed in 1996--revelations that are the basis of Webb's book
Dark Alliance--and use them as a springboard for a tale of the U.S. government's involvement with the illegal drug trade that extends much further back than Webb's tale.
History, Jewish Religion, the Weight of 3000 Years - by
The author was born in a Warsaw ghetto and arrived in Israel in
1945. Brought up under Jewish Orthodoxy and Hebrew culture, he has
consistently opposed the expansion of the borders of Israel from
1967. In this book, Shahak argues that the potential for the right
wing Jewish religious movements within Israel to seize power
represents a serious threat to the peace of both the state of Israel
and the Zionist movement and of the whole of the Middle East.