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UQ Wire: New Nafeez Ahmed Book On 9/11

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From Kyle F. Hence

Nafeez Ahmed, author of The War on Freedom to publish new book on 9/11 with Olive Leaf Press, publishers of The New Pearl Harbor and The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions.

Nafeez Ahmed of the UK-based Institute for Policy Research has written a new book titled 'The War on Truth: 9/11, Disinformation and the Anatomy of Terrorism' - it's being published by Olive Branch Press (Interlink Books - publishers of David Ray Griffins two books on the same subject) this March.

If his first book (The War on Freedom) is any indication, Ahmed's new book promises to be amongst the most comprehensive critiques of the official narrative on 9/11 from an international relations, historical and/or geopolitical perspective available. The overarching thesis is that US and Western government policy over years, and even decades, in almost every significant dimension of national security policy systematically facilitated the rise of international terrorism and successive terrorist attacks, including 9/11 - but not only 9/11.

Check out David Ray Griffin's books at: . His review of the 9/11 Report is a must read.

Contact Moira at Interlinkbooks about any of the above mentioned books: or 800-238-5465 ext. 202

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