Executive - Book Review : The Road to Fatima Gate
Often misplaced in bookstores under ‘political journalism’, these titles — including Ted Dekker and Carl Medearis’ “Tea with Hezbollah”, Jared Cohen’s “Children of Jihad” and Lee Smith’s “The Strong Horse” — ought to be stacked closer to the ‘adventure/fantasy’ section. And relegated to the bin of banality they would be, did they not also wield such a dangerous degree of influence over the shaping of United States foreign policy.
It is in this light which one must regard Michael Totten’s “The Road to Fatima Gate”, released earlier this year by Encounter Books, a publisher self-described as being a press for the “serious conservative”. Fitting, then, that the book is written from what could be called a ‘Western extremist’ perspective.
Cette critique du dernier livre de Michael Totten est réjouissante.