The extraordinary story of a woman who went undercover to infiltrate the radical Islamic groups operating in America By Anonymous (335 Pages)Publisher: Harper Collins, 2003
The remarkable memoir of an Iraqi woman who escaped from captivity in Baghdad and became America's leading undercover counter-terrorist expert.
Here is the story of an anonymous counter-terrorism expert, a young woman, who, in disguise, has penetrated front groups of anti-American terrorist organizations operating in this country. In this edge-of-the-seat memoir, she chronicles her escape from Iraq via Iran to Israel, following a great tragedy that befell her family at the hands of Saddam Hussein. She also details how she became involved in the intelligence gathering for the United States, her adoptive country, while working for an antiterrorism group. With her unique insights into how terrorist groups veil their true operations by various lmeans, she was able to infiltrate and identify dangerous terrorist organizations and entities working undetected in the United States.
Terrorist Hunter provides fascinating and shocking information on how federal agencies, chiefly the FBI and the State Department, repeatedly ignored or mishandled important information she provided. She reveals her role in ezposing terrorist supporters who the White House considered to be friends, in preventing the government from funding terrorist activities, and in the deportation of terrorists and their supporters. She also reveals how she discovered a billion-dollar scheme that rich Saudi Arabians set up to filter money to al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups, through charities and businesses in the United States information that the FBI sat on for years, until after 9-11.