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The Black Hole,This book is a sequel to The Devil's Double, which was made into a feature film of the same name. (The Book the American CIA don't want you to read. 2) by [Yahia, Latif]

The Black Hole,This book is a sequel to The Devil's Double, which was made into a feature film of the same name. (The Book the American CIA don't want you to read. 2) Kindle Edition

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An exceptionally well written book! Latif Yahia Really is becoming a IRAQI Institution, somebody for us to be proud of. Well balanced thoughtful, and giving a human touch to the most ghastly face of human kind, War Against CIA. Keep on writing Mr.Yahia, your insights are fresh, detailed, and full of insight. You never balk in pointing out the daft decisions made by politicians and the CIA, who obviously think that Joe Public will suck in and digest their propoganda without question. --Irish Time

As an Investigatire journalist I am always interested in these true stories, I suppose I am sceptical of most. Having done some background work on the CIA, rendition flights and covert prisons, I am convinced that what this man has said in his book is true. It has long been the policy of the American administraion be it Bush's or other, to deny first and then admit the truth, it will therefore not be too long, a year or so until everything contained in The Black Hole will be confirmed. I myself made a few enquiries to the Austrian government and the CIA with regards to this book, not surprisingly they made No Comment which in itself is an indication that they are aware of his existence. As for the author's motives, well yes it is a great read and maybe he will sell a ton of books, but he seems to be donating his profits to a children's hospital so maybe money isn't the goal, maybe just to be heard is. --Austria News

Black Hole: The True Story of CIA is a superb work of investigation and historical analysis into the shadowy world of CIA terrorism. In this work Mr.Yahia has stripped away the James Bond Supervillain image of USA and CIA, showing the roots of CIA twisted psychology in a radical reading of the USA history. This book and the world it uncovers is far more frightening than any thriller. A superb work, highly recommended. --Time usa

As an Investigatire journalist I am always interested in these true stories, I suppose I am sceptical of most. Having done some background work on the CIA, rendition flights and covert prisons, I am convinced that what this man has said in his book is true. It has long been the policy of the American administraion be it Bush's or other, to deny first and then admit the truth, it will therefore not be too long, a year or so until everything contained in The Black Hole will be confirmed. I myself made a few enquiries to the Austrian government and the CIA with regards to this book, not surprisingly they made No Comment which in itself is an indication that they are aware of his existence. As for the author's motives, well yes it is a great read and maybe he will sell a ton of books, but he seems to be donating his profits to a children's hospital so maybe money isn't the goal, maybe just to be heard is. --Austria News

Black Hole: The True Story of CIA is a superb work of investigation and historical analysis into the shadowy world of CIA terrorism. In this work Mr.Yahia has stripped away the James Bond Supervillain image of USA and CIA, showing the roots of CIA twisted psychology in a radical reading of the USA history. This book and the world it uncovers is far more frightening than any thriller. A superb work, highly recommended. --Time usa

As an Investigatire journalist I am always interested in these true stories, I suppose I am sceptical of most. Having done some background work on the CIA, rendition flights and covert prisons, I am convinced that what this man has said in his book is true. It has long been the policy of the American administraion be it Bush's or other, to deny first and then admit the truth, it will therefore not be too long, a year or so until everything contained in The Black Hole will be confirmed. I myself made a few enquiries to the Austrian government and the CIA with regards to this book, not surprisingly they made No Comment which in itself is an indication that they are aware of his existence. As for the author's motives, well yes it is a great read and maybe he will sell a ton of books, but he seems to be donating his profits to a children's hospital so maybe money isn't the goal, maybe just to be heard is. --Austria News

Black Hole: The True Story of CIA is a superb work of investigation and historical analysis into the shadowy world of CIA terrorism. In this work Mr.Yahia has stripped away the James Bond Supervillain image of USA and CIA, showing the roots of CIA twisted psychology in a radical reading of the USA history. This book and the world it uncovers is far more frightening than any thriller. A superb work, highly recommended. --Time usa

From the Publisher

From the Publisher
Latif Yahia now lives in Ireland with his Irish wife and
children, they are raising Latif's niece and nephew who lost their mother
in "Shock and Awe" during the American invasion of Iraq in 2003. This was a
deciding factor in Latif's decision to donate the proceeds of "The Black
Hole" to the children's Hospital where his children were born in Ireland.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1861 KB
  • Print Length: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Arcanum Media Group; 1 edition (15 Oct. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009RUOPR8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #371,579 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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