Under The Black Flag: At The Frontier Of The New Jihad by Sami MoubayedUnder The Black Flag: At The Frontier Of The New Jihad by Sami Moubayed

Under The Black Flag: At The Frontier Of The New Jihad

bySami Moubayed

Paperback | November 30, 2015

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The Islamic State movement (ISIS/IS) burst onto the world stage in 2014. From its heartland in Syria, where it arose from the chaos of the Syrian Revolt, the organisation has expanded in ideology and membership and now poses a significant threat to the region, if not to the wider world. Moubayed, a Beirut-based journalist who has been analysing Syria and the region for 20 years, has unrivalled access to the movement and its participants. His book is the first inside account of an organisation which has dominated the headlines with a dangerous mix of barbarity and military prowess. In looking at the historical background of ISIS: where it came from, how it evolved, where it stands today and what its aims are for the future to reveal, it will provide, for the first time, a fully-fledged picture of what lies at the heart of the Islamic State.
Sami Moubayed is a Syrian historian and journalist. From 2012 to 2013, he was a visiting scholar at the Carnegie Middle East Center in Beirut, Lebanon. His articles on Middle East affairs have appeared in a variety of newspapers, including al-Ahram Weekly, al-Hayat, Gulf News, The Daily Star, Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, a...
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Title:Under The Black Flag: At The Frontier Of The New JihadFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8.5 × 5 × 0.68 inPublished:November 30, 2015Publisher:I.B. Tauris & Co LtdLanguage:English

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'Moubayed's book goes straight to the front of the queue as an excellent account of the wider politics that has created the conditions in which ISIS has flourished...Moubayed should be congratulated for breadth and scope of his interviews and research. He's put together a must-read on this all too topical and under-researched subject.'