28 February, 2021

The Oyster Story

Philosophers and investigators have one thing in common: they seek truth with ruthless determination. This is a gripping novel and an incisive investigative story.

The Oyster Story
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Celebrity French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy’s book is both a gripping novel and an incisive investigative story. He has created a new genre to delve into the murky world of Islamist terrorism, Pakistan’s identity crisis and the hatred and bloodthirstiness that flourish everywhere without boundaries. It is a courageous investigation into the death of Daniel Pearl, 38, a reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Philosophers and investigators have one thing in common: they seek truth with ruthless determination. Investigating Pearl’s brutal videotaped assassination, Levy links the killing machines controlled by Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence, the assembly lines of terrorists inside Binori town’s madrassa, Al Qaeda and Pakistani Islamist tanzeems like Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, Harkat-ul-Mujahideen, Lashkar-e-Toiba, Al Fuqra and the highest politico-military figures of Pakistan. The gripping story hints at a connection between the state machines of Pakistan and Pearl’s killing, as well as the hijacking of an Indian aircraft and the 9/11 catastrophe.

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