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Funding EvilFunding Evil: How Terrorism is Financed, and How To Stop It(2011 Edition)

By Rachel Ehrenfeld, Ph.D., Director of the American Center for Democracy.

View Press Release – View Book Review
Daniel J. Kornstein, August 7, 2011 (Funding Evil, page 246)

Updated expanded edition with new preface and afterward by the author.

In this latest edition, Dr. Ehrenfeld describes what it took to successfully challenge the lawfare launched by Saudi billionaire Khalid bin Mahfouz who funded al-Qaeda, as a weapon to silence her and others from exposing him and other funders of terror. Dr. Ehrenfeld’s initiative and efforts led to the passage New York State’s anti-libel tourism “Rachel’s Law ” and the national SPEECH Act, signed into law in August 2010. These laws protect American writers and publishers in print and on the Internet from the enforcement of foreign libel judgments in the United States that are at odds with the First Amendment of the Constitution.
ISBN-10: 1566251966  ISBN-13: 978-156625196

“Funding Evil draws a road map on how terrorist organizations—especially Islamist terror groups—are funded, who funds them, and how they use their money.”
Debbie Hamilton, October 5, 2011 See more…

“[Rachel Ehrenfeld] stood up to very wealthy interests that were much richer than her and more  powerful than her… She is an example of real heroism.”
Rabbi David Baron, Temple of the Arts, Beverly Hills, CA October 7, 2011 See more…

For interviews, you can reach Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld, Ph.D. directly at the American Center for Democracy: ehrenfeld@acdemocracy.org

“Funding Evil” is available in Paper Back – AmazonKindleNookPDF – Directly From MultiEducator, Inc., Sony Reader, and soon to iBook.

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By Rachel Ehrenfeld, Ph.D., Director of the American Center for Democracy

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By Rachel Ehrenfeld, Ph.D., Director of the American Center for Democracy

R. James Woolsey, former CIA Director (regarding Funding Evil):
[Ehrenfeld] “has done all serious students of this long war in which we are engaged a great service – by following the money.”

Richard Perle, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense (regarding Funding Evil):
Ehrenfeld’s “brilliant book has a simple message: if we fail to understand them and how they work, they will win.”

5165E2WMS7L._SY300_Evil Money: The Inside Story of Money Laundering & Corruption in Government, Banks & Business

By Rachel Ehrenfeld, Ph.D., Director of the American Center for Democracy

The Financial Times Review of Evil Money:
“Must Reading for anyone interested in the frightening intricacies among drug traders, terrorists, bankers and government officials.”

6b86024128a01ce9ff216010.L._SY300_Narco-Terrorism: How Governments around the World used the Drug Trade to Finance and Further Terrorist Activities

By Rachel Ehrenfeld, Ph.D., Director of the American Center for Democracy 

Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, New York Times Book Review of Narco-Terrorism:
In this sobering report, [Rachel Ehrenfeld] makes a powerful case. … She has assembled “a mosaic in which the patterns are distinct enough to form substantial conclusions. … Narco-Terrorism serves powerfully to raise one’s consciousness of [its] danger.”

The Wall Street Journal Book Review of Narco-Terrorism:
Narcoterrorism lays out an important strategic challenge for the U.S. in the 1990s. Ms. Ehrenfeld raises worrisome questions concerning national security implications.The information is indeed fascinating and historically extremely important.”