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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2005-09-30
  • Publisher: Regnery Pub

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"In Disinformation, investigative reporter and terrorism expert Richard Miniter punctures twenty-two myths about terrorism, al Qaeda, and the war in Iraq. He has sifted the written record, met with countless high-level sources, and traveled the globe, from Sudan to the Philippines, Egypt to Iraq, to track down and refute some of the most widely believed - and often pernicious - legends of the War on Terror."--BOOK JACKET.

Table of Contents

Introductionp. 1
Myths About Bin Laden
Bin Laden was trained or funded by the CIAp. 11
Bin Laden has a vast fortune and is able to finance terrorism out of his own pocketp. 23
Bin Laden is on dialysisp. 33
Before September 11, no one had heard of bin Ladenp. 39
Myths About September 11
The U.S. government had many warnings about bin Laden prior to September 11 but failed to act on themp. 45
Warned by the Mossad, there were no Jews at the World Trade Center on September 11p. 57
The post-September 11 world is more dangerous for Americans than ever beforep. 65
Myths About Iraq
The Iraq war is another Vietnamp. 75
The U.S. military killed 100,000 civilians in Iraqp. 89
Wolfowitz told Congress that oil would pay for the Iraq warp. 93
There is no evidence that Iraq had weapons of mass destructionp. 97
Myths About Terrorism
There is no connection between Iraq and al Qaedap. 107
Terrorism is caused by povertyp. 125
Suitcase nukes are a real threatp. 135
Oliver North warned us about al Qaeda in the 1980sp. 149
Liberal Myths
President Bush said Iraq was an "imminent threat" to Americap. 155
Halliburton made a fortune in Iraqp. 159
Conservative Myths
Racial profiling of terrorists worksp. 167
The U.S. border with Mexico is the most likely place for al Qaeda terrorists to sneak into the homelandp. 177
Epiloguep. 189
Classified memorandum from Richard Clarke to Condoleezza Rice, January 25, 2001p. 195
Intercepts of phone conversations between Madrid al Qaeda bombersp. 199
"Strategy for Eliminating the Threat from the Jihadist Networks of al Qida: Status and Prospects"p. 207
Pentagon news release criticizing a media myth featured in the New Yorker magazinep. 221
Bibliographyp. 223
Acknowledgmentsp. 235
About the Authorp. 237
Notesp. 239
Indexp. 261
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