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Is it possible to really win the war on terror? Are there really reasons for Jihad that can be understood and countered by the West? Is military or martial action the last-best chance for ending the threat posed by Islam? In his new and controversialMoreIs it possible to really win the war on terror? Are there really reasons for Jihad that can be understood and countered by the West? Is military or martial action the last-best chance for ending the threat posed by Islam? In his new and controversial book, Babylon’s Covert War, author J H White answers these and other complex questions related to the global fight against radical Jihad. Islam has a strategy that was incorporated by Muhammad in the 7th Century that has continued in various forms over a multitude of battlefields be they military, social, or political. During the emergence of Islamic domination, the United States never fully grasped or understood that Islam was a creature that grew and survived through deceit, lies, and falsehoods. Western, and particularly U.S., mistakes regarding Islam’s rise to power, coupled with political interference from Washington D.C. and hampered by traditionally-minded military strategists, have allowed Islam to grow and spread outside of the traditional boundaries of the Middle East. For its part, Islam is more than happy to exploit the divisions caused by the West’s inability to act decisively against perceived threats, fully understanding that our inaction ties the hands of the true warriors who are ready, willing, and able to act to neutralize it. Islam’s threat has been long lived, and until it is met with force and destroyed totally it will not subside.Babylon’s Covert War relies on solid research and the author’s own expert anti-terrorist expertise to build its compelling argument that Islamic terror is something the West has been grappling with for hundreds of years. Written with clarity and an insider’s perspective of the war on terror, J H White has written a book that will provoke some and anger others, while it enlightens anyone concerned with the current threats of international radicalism.