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Bruce Lawrence (ed), 'Messages to the World'

Verso Books, 2005; ISBN 1 84467 045 7; Pb 292pp; £12.99


Milan Rai, '7/7: The London Bombings, Islam and the Iraq War'

Pluto Press 2006; 208pp; ISBN 0745325637; £11.99. Available in the UK with free p&p from http://www.j-n-v.org


Editorial: Striking "terror" in the budget-lines of the powerful

The issue of repressive legislation is becoming a regular feature in PN's editorial and comment section.

Editorial: It was only a matter of time

Terrorist atrocities are a daily occurrence around the world.

Nadia Taysir Dabbagh, 'Suicide in Palestine: Narratives of Despair'

Hurst, 2005; ISBN 1 85065 790 4; Pb 266pp; £14.95


Defending "freedom"

You could be forgiven for thinking that the new Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA), the result of an almost unprecedented to and fro between the Commons and Lords, is a much-watered down ve

Feeding the fear

On 20 January, just outside 10 Downing Street, the Campaign Against Criminalising Communities organised a protest – supported by an alliance of campaigning and human rights groups – against the det

The dangers of international terrorism

I write as a lifelong peace campaigner who has been on all the big demos against the Iraq war, and at the same time is very concerned that the peace movement is failing to come to grips wi

Lawrence Pintak, 'Seeds of Hate: How America's flawed Middle Easy policy ignited the Jihad'

Pluto 2003; ISBN 0 7453 2043 0


Susan Hawthorne and Bronwyn Winter (eds), 'September 11, 2001: Feminist perspectives'

Spinifex Press 2002; ISBN 1 876 75627 6, 500pp, US$19.95