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Terror in France:
The Rise of Jihad in the West
Gilles Kepel
With Antoine Jardin
With a new preface by the author

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Chapter 1 [in PDF format]

ADDITIONAL REVIEWS:

Praise for the French edition: "[Terror in France is] the most essential book to read about France today. . . . Gilles Kepel's important book is the best account we have of all the factors and events that helped create the current situation."--Mark Lilla, New York Review of Books

Praise for the French edition: "Fascinating, detailed accounts of how small towns have become hotbeds of radical Islamism make [Terror in France] appealing to readers beyond France seeking to understand homegrown jihadism."--Anne-Sylvaine Chassany, Financial Times

ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENTS:

"The doyen of jihadist studies has not only penned a masterful study of recent Islamist violence in France that is meticulous in its detail, comprehensive in its scope, and stimulating in its analysis; he’s written a blinking-red warning to his countrymen and fellow Europeans not to overact to the provocations of an enemy that seeks to turn them against one another."--William McCants, author of The ISIS Apocalypse

"A detailed and convincing genealogy of jihad in France."--John R. Bowen, author of Can Islam Be French?

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