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These are a few of the books we have found helpful along the way!

In Search of The Origin of Nations. History Research Projects.
  Available from the History Research Project.
    ©2003. Pb; 471 pp.
  ISBN 1-4107-0016-X  (Paperback).
  ISBN 1-4107-0015-1  (e-book).

        This “is the first work ever published providing major proofs for the modern identity of nations and peoples whose roots may be carefully tracked back to the ancient Middle East.
        “Reviewers have claimed that the subject of this book may one day be acknowledged as the most amazing work on the origin of nations and peoples ever written. The author has spent many years of painstaking in-depth research investigating and pulling together the many omplex threads and strands of tradition, linguisti, anthropological and historical fact and detail to assemble the most overpowering anthropological detective work of this age! 
        “With precision, incredible detail and analysis, the author assembles an awesome array of proofs for the true identity of the three major races and the modern nations (the bibliography alone contains over 700 items).
        “The interrelationships of the peoples of the earth and their destiny based on stunning ancient prophecies are discussed in a fastpmoving but logical style. Many questions abouat national origins are researhed and answered in an easy-to-understand style.  Be prepared for a few surprises. 
        “A MUST READ for all ages and interest groups.” From the back cover.

The Iran Threat: President Ahmadinejad and the Coming Nuclear Crisis
  By Alireza Jafarzadeh. Palgrave Macmillan, NYC, NY.
  Available from
  ©2007. Hb; 284 pp.
  ISBN-13: 978-1-4039-7664-2
  ISBN-10: 1-4039-7664-3

        “Written by the Iranian-American who first revealed to the world--and to international inspectors--the existence of Iran’s secret uranium-enrichment adn plutonium-production plants, this book provides a credible, complelling account of how the mullahs and the Revolutionary Guards artfully engaged in deceit, deception, and concealment to hijack a civilian program and turn it into a military one.”
Paul Leventhal, Founding President, Nuclear Control Institute, Washington, D.C.  [Back cover of book.]
        This is a powerful and exceptionally relevant book. The
Contents are exceptionally revealing: 
Part I: A Study in Terror
                        Chapter 1: Child of the Revolution
                        Chapter 2: Son of the Regime: Ahmadinejad's Rise Up Iran's Military and Political Ranks
                        Chapter 3: Aura of Oppression: The Ahmadinejad Presidency 
                Part II: Iran’s Grand Plan
                        Chapter 4: Global Ambitions: The Iranian Regime’s Radical Fundamentalist Ideology
                Part III: The Secret Insurgency
                        Chapter 5: Nexus of Terror
                        Chapter 6: The Enemy Next Door: Iran's Role in Iraq
                Part IV: March to the Bomb
and so forth!

Gael Bataman 
Originally Written:        11 April 2006
Latest Update:                6 January 2009

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