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From the Catholic/Protestant killings in Northern Ireland to the Hindu/Sikh/Muslim massacres in India, from the Orthodox/Catholic/Muslim horror in the former Yugoslavia to the Branch Davidian cult tragedy in Waco, Texas, religion is still a powerful force that pits people against one another. Award-winning journalist James A. Haught has chronicled the many recent surges of religious hostility in this important volume.

"Serves as a warning for the future." - Library Journal

". . . exploration of the 'evil side of religion'. . ." - Publisher's Weekly

"A convenient digest of a world that often appears to have gone mad in the name of God." - Christian Century

". . . an eye-opener." - Reference & Research Book News

"For its sheer range of information from religious war zones throughout the world, Holy Hatred makes a necessary addition to scholarship on fundamentalist warfare." - Small Press

"A concise, well-documented account about religious terrorism that will undoubtedly offend some, but is not likely to bore anyone." - Times Colonist

"Haught's research is impressive and depressing. His chronicling of the upsurge in sacred slaughter and divine destruction should be required reading for the faithful." - Outposts

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