Abu Nidal A Gun For Hire by PATRICK SEALE

By PATRICK SEALE

Abu Nidal has been defined because the world's most deadly terrorist, a gun for rent and a guy with no scruples, accountable for the murders of numerous blameless humans - but little is understood approximately him or his association. This e-book units out to inform his tale, from the educational camp within the Libyan wilderness the place his recruits are damaged and brainwashed, to the formative years of the master-terrorist and his position within the background of the PLO. debts are supplied via former allies, buddies and survivors of his camps approximately Nidal's slow transformation right into a guy who changed politics with violence and got here to mistrust every body. The ebook tells how he was once taken up through the Iraqis, the Syrians after which the Libyans, and the way he accrued an enormous fortune via extortion and palms buying and selling. the result's not only a biography, yet an account of the intricacies of Middle-East politics during the last region of a century.

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