Table of contents for Fighting suicide bombing : proposal for a "worldwide campaign for life" / I. W. Charny.

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Selected Worldwide Case Incidents:
1. IRAQ: Where U.S. Troops and Iraqis Set Out to Rebuild a Post-Saddam Country
2. BESLAN, RUSSIA: A First Day in School where Bombs and Bullets Replace Traditional Flowers
3. BEERSHEVA, ISRAEL: Returning with Bombs for a Follow-Up Visit to a Hospital where One has been Treated Kindly
Preface:
This May Be a Politically Incorrect Book, but It Is Unshakable in Supporting Life for ALL People
Chapter One:
HOW CAN THEY DO IT?
Chapter Two: 
INTRODUCTION TO SUICIDE BOMBING AND ITS GROWING PLACE IN THE WORLD TODAY
Chapter Three: 
CONTRADICTORY IMAGE MEANINGS OF SUICIDE BOMBINGS: 
An Amazing Exercise in Opposing and Twisted Meanings for and against Suicide Bombing in the Human Tower of Babel
Chapter Four: 
ARE SUICIDE BOMBERS A PROPER SUBJECT OF PSYCHOLOGY? 
Chapter Five:
THE ULTIMATE EXISTENTIAL MEANING OF SUICIDE BOMBINGS IS THE KILLING OF HUMAN LIFE 
Chapter Six:
FACING THE DANGEROUS FUTURE OF CIVILIZATION HONESTLY:
Overcoming Knee-Jerk Fallacies of the Heroic Underdog and Conspiracy Theory Supporting Terrorism
Chapter Seven:
ARE WE ENGAGING IN ISLAM-BASHING? IS IT RIGHT TO FEAR AND CONDEMN ALL MUSLIMS? (OF COURSE NOT!) 
Chapter Eight:
PROMOTING A NEW WORLDWIDE CONSTITUENCY FOR HUMAN LIFE, AND TURNING SUICIDE BOMBING INTO UNATTRACTIVE 
AND UNACCEPTABLE	
Chapter Nine:
A PROPOSAL FOR A "WORLDWIDE CAMPAIGN FOR LIFE" 
BY THE LEADERS OF MANY OF THE WORLD'S RELIGIONS
AND OTHER WORLD LEADERS AND HEROES
A Very Brief Afterword:
Inshallah
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Suicide bombers -- Psychology.
Suicide bombings -- Prevention.
Terrorism -- Prevention.
Terrorism -- Religious aspects -- Islam.
Martyrdom -- Islam.
Suicide -- Religious aspects -- Islam.