A suicide bomber's world

Barr, Cameron W.
August 2001
Christian Science Monitor;8/14/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 182, p1
Describes several aspects of suicide bombings carried out by Palestinian militants against Israel. Bombing of a pizza restaurant in Jerusalem in August 2001; Views of one recent college graduate from Palestine who feels might become a perpetrator in one of these attacks; Views of Palestinians who consider themselves would-be martyrs; The Koran's edict against suicide; Thoughts about Islamic jihad.


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