Militant Islam Reaches America
One of the most far-reaching examinations of militant Islam written to date.
Long before September 11, 2001, Daniel Pipes publicly warned Americans that militant Islam had declared war on America—yet sadly, Americans failed to take heed. The publication of Militant Islam Reaches America finally brought Pipes the attention he deserves. Dividing his work into two parts, Pipes first defines militant Islam, stressing the large and crucial difference between Islam, the faith, and the ideology of militant Islam. He then discusses the relatively new subject of Islam in the United States, and how it has developed rapidly in the last decade. In Militant Islam Reaches America, the product of thirty years of extensive research, Pipes provides one of the most incisive examinations of the growing radical Islamic movement ever written.
The paperback edition includes a new essay, "Jihad and the Professors."
- September 2003
- 5.5 × 8.3 in
/ 352 pages
- Territory Rights: Worldwide
Endorsements & Reviews
“[Pipes is] an authoritative commentator on the Middle East.” — Wall Street Journal
“Brilliantly demonstrates how Pipes knows his subject.” — Steven Emerson, author of American Jihad
“Unlike other Middle East experts, Daniel Pipes did not need to reinvent himself or revise his opinions after September 11th.” — Robert Kaplan, author of Warrior Politics and Balkan Ghosts
“Blunt and passionate.” — Judith Miller, New York Times
“An extraordinarily useful compendium of basic information and analysis...easily readable by the nonspecialist, yet engaging for scholars as well.” — National Review
“A singular and alarming insight into ideological Islam and the nurturing—at home—of the extremist and terrorist threat.” — National Post