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M. Salahuddin Khan

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Born of refugee parents from India into the newly created state of Pakistan, in 1952, M. Salahuddin Khan of Lake Forest, Illinois, earned a bachelors degree in aeronautics and astronautics from University of Southampton, England. He is a management consultant primarily in the areas of product development and marketing. In 2008, Khan was a Co-Executive Producer of a 12-minute short movie called The Boundary, starring Alex Siddig of Syriana, Kingdom of Heaven, and Star Trek, Deep Space Nine fame. The movie dealt with the issues of civil liberties at a U.S. border crossing in a post 9/11 world. Salahuddin has been published online and in print in such media as the Huffington Post and the San Francisco Chronicle and has made numerous radio and ...more

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Today’s National Review Online carries an article by Ashley Thorne. In it, while acknowledging the importance of education in Afghanistan and Pakistan, he professes such a concern for the truth that he worries over the corruption of students educated in America on the lessons of Greg Mortenson’s Three Cups of Tea, all in the name of appeasing the Islamic world.
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In the Graveyard of Empires by Seth G. Jones
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Sikander by M. Salahuddin Khan
"Historical novel set in the very recent past. Like most Americans, I know much less than I should know about the cultures of Afghanistan and Pakistan and about Islam. The characters in the story provided a perspective new to me. Well worth reading..."
Sikander by M. Salahuddin Khan
"Best I've read in a long time. For a factionalized account of life in Afghanistan and Pakistan just before and after 9/11, this novel explores the life of regular people caught up in unusual times. Do we really need to wonder why some in that part..." Read more of this review »
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Global NATO and the Catastrophic Failure in Libya by Horace Campbell
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Horace Campbell has demonstrated an amazing grasp of the multi-dimensional geopolitical dynamics involved in the new, Global NATO's attempts at hegemony. He lays out beautifully how, as Noam Chomsky puts it, consent is manufactured by Western governm ...more
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"An eye opening read. The author incorporates so many different facets of history, the Muslim religion, daily life and on and on... Great character development in Sikander esp. "
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