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Allah's Bomb: The Islamic Quest for Nuclear Weapons By Al J. Venter,

  • Title: Allah's Bomb: The Islamic Quest for Nuclear Weapons
  • Author: Al J. Venter
  • ISBN: 9781599212050
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Allah s Bomb examines the progress towards full nuclear capability of countries like Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and various former Soviet Republics, and the repercussions the situation may have on global society.
    Allah s Bomb The Islamic Quest for Nuclear Weapons Allah s Bomb examines the progress towards full nuclear capability of countries like Pakistan Saudi Arabia Egypt and various former Soviet Republics and the repercussions the situation may have on

    One thought on “Allah's Bomb: The Islamic Quest for Nuclear Weapons”

    1. I don t doubt that Islamic terrorists would love to acquire nuclear weapons and use them against any number of targets or that it would be easier than it ever should be to get many of the materials to build the weapon, but the presentation presented in Allah s Bomb The Islamic Quest for Nuclear Weapons though greatly informative in parts like where it talks about the South African nuclear weapons program and how Israel has acquired its largely unacknowledged though assumed weapons lacks clarity [...]

    2. The Info about RDD nd other nuclear weapons were intrestinge writer is too biased nd pro westWorld shouldnt forget that it was America which used a nuclear weapon nd killed millions of innocent people not some islamic country.If they can have it the hell why not us.

    3. A very scary book,but a necessary read as well.The threat of nuclear terrorism is imminent.Indeed,we have come very close to a nuclear catastrophe over the last two decades.It is only inevitable that somebody will use a dirty bomb or a nuke,putting thousands if not millions of lives in jeopardy

    4. One can tell when a book is padded by the number of time the same facts are repeated from chapter to chapter to chapter There are some interesting things in this book but overall it suffers from excessive padding.

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