Bin Laden’s Bookshelf Moves to Russell Tower

If you missed Bin Laden’s Bookshelf in Everett Café, you’ll get another chance to peruse the telling resources of the founder and head of the Islamist militant group al-Qaeda. The Bin Laden Collection of English-language books is now integrated throughout the circulating research collection, housed in Russell Tower, floors five through two, of the Gottesman Libraries. They are available for semester-long check out.

Following the release in May 2015 of information by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence concerning classified, and now, de-classified documents, these resources provide fascinating insight into the former Islamic leader’s beliefs, ideology, and terrorist activity. A former librarian and student new to Teachers College remarked, “Wow! I’d love to look at these books in greater detail! They shed light on important initiatives for world peace  and security, and draw attention to our role as citizens and educators for social justice.”

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A brief illustrated guide to understanding Islam, by I.A. Ibrahim

BP161.2 .I266 1997

 

America’s strategic blunders : intelligence analysis and national security policy, 1936-199, by Willard C. Matthia

JK468.I6 M42 2001

 

America’s war on terrorism, by Michel Chossudovsky

HV6432.7 .C485 2005

 

Black box voting : ballot tampering in the 21st century, by Bev Harris; with David Allen edited by Lex Alexander

JF1128 .H37 2004

 

Bloodlines of the illuminati, by Fritz Springmeier

HS142 .S67 2007

 

Bounding the global war on terrorism, by Jeffrey Record

HV6432 .R436 2004

 

Christianity and Islam in Spain, A.D. 756-1031, by C. R. Haines

BR1024 .H35 2007

 

Civil democratic Islam : partners, resources, and strategies, by Cheryl Benard

BP173.63 .B46 2003

 

Confessions of an economic hit man, by John Perkins

UB271.U52 P47 2006

 

Crossing the Rubicon : the decline of the American empire at the end of the age of oil, by Michael C. Ruppert ; forew. by Catherine Austin Fitts

E902 .R86 2004

 

Fortifying Pakistan : the role of U.S. internal security assistance, by C. Christine Fair and Peter Chalk

HV8250.5.A3 F35 2006

 

Handbook of international law, by Anthony Aust

KZ3410 .A97 2010

 

Hegemony or survival : America’s quest for global dominance, by Noam Chomsky

E902 .C47 2004

 

Imperial hubris : why the West is losing the war on terror, by Michael Scheuer

HV6432 .I47 2007

 

International relations theory and the Asia-Pacific, edited by G. John Ikenberry and Michael Mastanduno

DS518.1 .I59 2003

 

Killing hope : U.S. military and CIA interventions since World War II, by William Blum

JK468.I6 B59 2004

 

Linked : the new science of networks, by Akbert-Laszlo Barabasi

Q295 .B26 2003

 

Military intelligence blunders and cover-ups, by John Hughes-Wilson

UB250 .H84 2004

 

Necessary illusions : thought control in democratic societies, by Noam Chomsky

P95.8 .C56 2003

 

New political religions, or, An analysis of modern terrorism, by Barry Cooper

HV6431 .C656 2004

 

Obama’s wars, by Bob Woodward

E908.3 .W66 2011

 

Project MKULTRA, the CIA’s program of research in behavioral modification : joint hearing before the Select Committee on Intelligence and the Subcommittee on Health and Scientific Research of the Committee on Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-fifth Congress, first session, August 3, 1977

KF26.5 .I5 1977

 

Rogue state : a guide to the world’s only superpower, by William Blum

E840 .B596 2000

 

The 2030 spike : countdown to global catastrophe, by Colin Mason

CB161 .M384 2003

 

The best democracy money can buy : an investigative reporter exposes the truth about globalization, corporate cons, and high-finance fraudsters, by Greg Palast

JK2249 .P35 2004

 

The best enemy money can buy, by Antony C. Sutton ; foreword by Gary North

UF535.S65 S87 1986

 

The conspirators’ hierarchy : the Committee of 300, by John Coleman

HS191 .C643 1997

 

The new Pearl Harbor : disturbing questions about the Bush administration and 9/11, by David Ray Griffin ; foreword by Richard Falk

E902 .G75 2004

 

The Oxford history of modern war, edited by Charles Townshend

U39 .O94 2005

 

The rise and fall of the great powers : economic change and military conflict from 1500 to 2000, by Paul Kennedy

D210 .K46 1989

 

The secret teachings of all ages, by Manly P. Hall

BF1411 .H3 2007

 

The secrets of the Federal Reserve : The London connection, by Eustace Mullins

HG2565 .M78 2009

 

The United States and Vietnam, 1787-1941, by Robert Hopkins Miller

E183.8.V5 M55 2005

 

Stayed tuned for Everett Cafe announcements concerning new and timely book collections that relate to current affairs, education, or learning environments.