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Royal Canadian Jihad is a novel about the very real terrorist threat currently facing Canada. It has two principal characters. One is an RCMP constable named Mike Murphy who works for the Integrated National Security Enforcement Team (INSET) in Ottawa. The other is an Al-Qaeda operative named Khalil Mohammed who entered Canada as a fake refugee claimant to head up a sleeper cell. The story focuses on the efforts of the INSET to foil an Al-Qaeda plot to mount a terrorist attack in Ottawa.
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Living in Ottawa,Canada, but born in New York City, Patrick Grady watched the September 11 terrorists attacks on the United States unfold live on television with a growing sense of horror and nausea. He felt that something truly evil had happened and that the world had suddenly become a much more dangerous place. This view become more visceral during his pilgrimage to Ground Zero in December 2001 when he looked down into the enormous, still-smouldering pit and felt the acrid smoke burning his nostrils. This is the novel he was compelled to write to share what he learned from his research on the forces of Islamic terrorism that produced the tragedy of September 11.
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Book Description Global Economics Ltd., 2005. Condition: Very Good. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Seller Inventory # GRP78548418
Book Description Global Economics Ltd., Ottawa, 2005. Soft Cover. Near Fine in softcover. 23 by 16 cm. 215 pages. Trade size. Illustrated cover. Very light wear to edges only. Bright, clean. Seller Inventory # ROOML116