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The Resource Innocent victims in the global war on terror, M.A. Salloomi

Innocent victims in the global war on terror, M.A. Salloomi

Label
Innocent victims in the global war on terror
Title
Innocent victims in the global war on terror
Statement of responsibility
M.A. Salloomi
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"The book presents a very important and prominent case that caused abundant arguments between the West & Islam after 11/09/2001. They are the allegations against a lot of the Charity and Humanitarian Organizations which had been accused for supporting Terrorism. Never the less (sic) the book replies scientifically to the big question, Does the Islam and it's organizations are new enemies (sic)? Strugglers and wrestler? or competitors. 09/11 had put on the track a new enemy, which led to designation of administrative arrangements, legal measures and political view points that are hardly changeable or can get rid of their legality, even under the changing governmental official-administration. Consequently the unemployment, the poverty and the diseases had increased so much. Most of people and minorities, countries, liberties and the civil rights became innocent victims to an endless war and undetermined delusive enemy and eventually slaughtered the peace-pigeons" -- Amazon.com
Cataloging source
MDB
Dewey number
297.272
Index
index present
LC call number
HV6432
LC item number
.S25 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Innocent victims in the global war on terror, M.A. Salloomi
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 313-336) and index
Contents
  • Examples of relief and development programs
  • The value of the Islamic organizations within the international community
  • The campaign against Islamic charities after 9/11
  • Propaganda war
  • Campaign against Islamic organizations taking root before 9/11
  • Examples of the campaign
  • America's sweeping demands
  • The text of America's demands (Kuwait as an example)
  • American measures that penalize everyone
  • Islamic charities in the US Congress
  • The new competitors and the shift of power
  • Hearing testimonies before the U.S. Congressional committees
  • Does the case study offer any clue about the real objective?
  • Does the religious foundation in Saudi Arabia offer any clue about the real objective?
  • Report of the religious freedoms in the world: flawed OFAC (Designation criteria of the American justice)
  • The declared objective of the campaign: analysis
  • The new financial procedures and the declared objectives
  • The British investigations of Islamic charities
  • The Islamic charities in Bosnia
  • Case studies Islamic charities under American hegemony
  • Introduction to the case studies
  • The rise of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
  • Case study 1. Palestine
  • Case study 2. Afghanistan: the first victim
  • Case study 3. Iraq: motives and objectives
  • Mistakes of Islamic and non-Islamic organizations: a double standard
  • Islamic organizations: mistakes, real and alleged
  • Transgressions of some non-Islamic organizations
  • The motives and objectives
  • Indications and results that point to the real motives
  • Islam and the West: competition or confrontation?
  • Islam and the West: competition and conflict
  • The new competitors and the shift of power
  • Conclusions
  • Appendix
  • Letters to the U.S. Congress
  • Friends of Charities Association (FOCA) members
  • Open letter to the members of the U.S. Congress, April 4, 2006
  • Friends of Charities Association (FOCA) members
  • The list of the first group of persons and institutions quitted by the Federal Court
  • Bringing relief organizations under control
  • The United Nations and the fourth World War
  • Future outlook for the third sector
  • Islamic charitable work: principles and means
  • Participation of Islamic organizations in global efforts
Control code
ocn807751831
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
viii, 336 p.
Isbn
9781449085261
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
System control number
(OCoLC)807751831
Label
Innocent victims in the global war on terror, M.A. Salloomi
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 313-336) and index
Contents
  • Examples of relief and development programs
  • The value of the Islamic organizations within the international community
  • The campaign against Islamic charities after 9/11
  • Propaganda war
  • Campaign against Islamic organizations taking root before 9/11
  • Examples of the campaign
  • America's sweeping demands
  • The text of America's demands (Kuwait as an example)
  • American measures that penalize everyone
  • Islamic charities in the US Congress
  • The new competitors and the shift of power
  • Hearing testimonies before the U.S. Congressional committees
  • Does the case study offer any clue about the real objective?
  • Does the religious foundation in Saudi Arabia offer any clue about the real objective?
  • Report of the religious freedoms in the world: flawed OFAC (Designation criteria of the American justice)
  • The declared objective of the campaign: analysis
  • The new financial procedures and the declared objectives
  • The British investigations of Islamic charities
  • The Islamic charities in Bosnia
  • Case studies Islamic charities under American hegemony
  • Introduction to the case studies
  • The rise of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
  • Case study 1. Palestine
  • Case study 2. Afghanistan: the first victim
  • Case study 3. Iraq: motives and objectives
  • Mistakes of Islamic and non-Islamic organizations: a double standard
  • Islamic organizations: mistakes, real and alleged
  • Transgressions of some non-Islamic organizations
  • The motives and objectives
  • Indications and results that point to the real motives
  • Islam and the West: competition or confrontation?
  • Islam and the West: competition and conflict
  • The new competitors and the shift of power
  • Conclusions
  • Appendix
  • Letters to the U.S. Congress
  • Friends of Charities Association (FOCA) members
  • Open letter to the members of the U.S. Congress, April 4, 2006
  • Friends of Charities Association (FOCA) members
  • The list of the first group of persons and institutions quitted by the Federal Court
  • Bringing relief organizations under control
  • The United Nations and the fourth World War
  • Future outlook for the third sector
  • Islamic charitable work: principles and means
  • Participation of Islamic organizations in global efforts
Control code
ocn807751831
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
viii, 336 p.
Isbn
9781449085261
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
System control number
(OCoLC)807751831

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