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Based on extensive reporting across the Middle East, this vital and timely book charts the rise of the most threatening strand of radical Islam to occur in the modern era. It is a totalitarian regime run from the back of pick-up trucks with a propaganda machine built on smart phones. By unpicking the brutal ideology and exterminationist methods against which the West now fights, Andrew Hosken explores how Islamic State could be defeated, not just territorially, but also in the minds of those who support it.
Andrew Hosken is one of the BBC’s most respected senior correspondents. He reported the 9/11 attacks from New York and the 7/11 attacks from London and has covered numerous Middle Eastern conflicts including the Arab Spring, the fall of Gaddafi, and the rise of the Islamic State. He lives in London.