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A funded research turned into book format results in this title Not one, which I will recommend as THE book on the subject It is neither recommended for the novices who want to know about the issue or those with some knowledge about it intending to broaden theirs This one not so gloriously falls short on both accounts I think it served the purpose when it left the printing press onefeather in the author s name apologies for being cruel here There s less of empirical build up about t A funded research turned into book format results in this title Not one, which I will recommend as THE book on the subject It is neither recommended for the novices who want to know about the issue or those with some knowledge about it intending to broaden theirs This one not so gloriously falls short on both accounts I think it served the purpose when it left the printing press onefeather in the author s name apologies for being cruel here There s less of empirical build up about the matter This book is high on adrenaline Makes use of catchy stuff taken from the popular news line and conspiracy theories Highly repetitive, which is no mean feat to achieve in a volume with not so many leaves My advice, don t waste your bucks I fortunately borrowed this one and happily returned (((READ EBOOK))) ✐ Sectarian War: Pakistan's Sunni Shia Violence And Its Links To The Middle East ⇳ This is an account of how the Shia Sunni conflict moved from the Middle East to Pakistan after the rise of revolutionary Iran inIt examines the death of General Zia in the context of the sectarian conflict and goes into the process of production of apostatising fatwas in Pakistan A complete ABC of Pakistan s seething Shia Sunni conflict, and the resulting violence that spilled into the 1990s and the 2000s The author gives detailed insight into the history of the opposing factions, with particular emphasis on the sub continent The part dealing with the sectarian killings in urban Pakistan appears to be a long drawn newspaper investigative story, but then again, Mr Ahmed is a journalist The intermittent spelling mistakes were a bit of a turn off though. It s a detailed account of how sunni shia conflict took roots in Pakistan Author takes us to British India to trace the roots of this schism Next chapter explains how Pakistani state adopted a Deobandi character and demonised low church sects Main hotspots of the conflict and their internal dynamics has been beautifully explained Sectarian death squads like SSP and their genesis with the help of state sponsoring is also well explained.Overall this is a good book to understand the basics of t It s a detailed account of how sunni shia conflict took roots in Pakistan Author takes us to British India to trace the roots of this schism Next chapter explains how Pakistani state adopted a Deobandi character and demonised low church sects Main hotspots of the conflict and their internal dynamics has been beautifully explained Sectarian death squads like SSP and their genesis with the help of state sponsoring is also well explained.Overall this is a good book to understand the basics of the conflict Brilliant peace of writing Sectarian war in Pakistan and its roots to middle east, the most important thing that writer briefly describes the true story and main causes behind this wave of war. This is a disorganized brain dump by the author There are snippets of interesting details scattered throughout on the origins of groups like Sipah e Sahaba or the Zia regime s relations with Iran or the domestic Shia population, but chapter long digressions on the history of the Sunni Shia divide, or detours into the Gulf states that don t ever link back to Pakistan, fail to cohere into any sort of structured assessment of the issues raised in the title. The book starts of slightly dryly but if you re interested in the Sectarian conflict and especially how it plays out in Pakistan this is a good book Not too incisive but makes for a better than fair read.