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Submitted by Justin Bradley (United States), Jul 3, 2007 at 13:39

I had the pleasure of having Dr. Wiley as my professor at USC Upstate for 5 classes in one and a half years, until she returned this past Spring. Dr. Wiley assigned her book for extra reading in our Terrorism and Political Violence class. The book was exceptional. Her expertise shows immediately in the book and the classroom. I recommend the book to ANYONE interested in the Middle East and Islam. It is a neccessity.

-Justin

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