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The Banality of Suicide Terrorism: The Naked Truth About the Psychology of Islamic Suicide Bombing [Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin, Phyllis Chesler] on Amazon. com. The Banality of Suicide Terrorism: The Naked Truth About The Psychology of Islamic Suicide Bombing (Hebrew Edition) [Dr. Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin] on.
If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Learn more about Amazon Prime. But when it comes to understanding Islamic suicide terrorism in particular, there is much more to it than martyrdom. In this groundbreaking book, Nancy Kobrin dismantles the psychological dynamics of suicide terrorism to help the reader gain a new perspective on one of the most destructive forces the world has witnessed to date.
Until now, no one has explained why the mother-child relationship is central to understanding Islamic suicide terrorism.
According to Kobrin, this terror is so great in the would-be suicide terrorist that he or she must commit suicide and mass murder in the process in order to fend off that terror of dependency and abandonment. Read more Read less. Customers who viewed this item also viewed.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Dr Kobrin has used impeccable scholarship combined with unaffected, realistic, hands-on knowledge of her subject matter. The wide range of her credentials has lent tremendous perspective to the conclusions resulting from her research. I recomment this book to everyone who seeks information about terrorism they can rely on.
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