A New Way to View Illegal Immigration at America’s Land Borders, for The Day After
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This book presents an original approach to the great national questions continually swirling around what to do about illegal immigration and border security. It captures a picture of the nation’s borderlands not so much inhabited by border crossing travelers who speak Spanish but, rather, of those who speak Arabic, Urdu, Pashtun, and other languages of far more distant nations. Bensman’s book transports its readers deep into the heart of a threat first pointed out by the 9/11 Commission: the prospect of border infiltration by Islamic terrorists posed by a steady flow of migrants from lands where Islamic terrorist organizations train and plot to harm America. The findings and insights in this book are the culmination of the author’s decade-long investigation into the only kind of cross-border migration regarded by American intelligence agencies as a counterterrorism national security issue, one that is quietly rising as a threat. Award-winning journalist-turned terrorism intelligence analyst, Bensman goes far beyond soberly assessing and establishing the facts about this off-grid immigration issue; he filters out the political hyperbole and false narratives surrounding it and proposes a fact-driven strategy to mitigate the problem.
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