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This surving terrorism book could literally save your life and the lives of your family members.

Whew! The war is over. Or is it? The recent demolishing of the Saddam dictatorship has resulted in a series of terrorist attacks.

A public announcement by the U.S. Department of State on April 21, 2003 calls for worldwide caution. The recent warning said,

"This supersedes the Worldwide Caution dated March 19, 2003. It is being issued to remind U.S. citizens of the continuing threat of terrorist actions that may target civilians and of the need to remain vigilant. The U.S. Government remains deeply concerned about the security of U.S. citizens overseas. U.S. citizens are encouraged to maintain a high level of vigilance and to take appropriate steps to increase their security awareness.

Tensions remaining from the recent events in Iraq may increase the potential threat to U.S. citizens and interests abroad, including by terrorist groups. Terrorist actions may include, but are not limited to, suicide operations, bombings or kidnappings. Possible threats include conventional weapons such as explosive devices or non-conventional weapons, including chemical or biological agents. Terrorists do not distinguish between official and civilian targets. These may include facilities where American citizens and other foreigners congregate or visit, such as residential areas, clubs, restaurants, places of worship, schools, hotels, outdoor recreation events or resorts and beaches. If such facilities cannot be avoided, U.S. citizens should increase their security awareness at such locations."

The best way to prepare yourself is to be informed. Nathalie Hopkins' surviving terrorism book gives you detailed, practical information to protect you and your family both at home and abroad.

The up-to-date surviving terrorism book deals with such subjects as:
  • What are chemical and biological weapons and which is more dangerous?
  • What are our defenses against these weapons?
  • Which weapons are terrorists more likely to use?
  • How to minimize your chances of becoming a victim.
  • How to recognize and handle suspicious mail.
  • How to prepare for the worst case scenario.
No other book about surviving terrorism is so complete and so pratical.

Don't think that you are at risk only if you travel to the Middle East. The U.S. Department of State travel warnings included the following:

"The United Kingdom is stable and modern but shares with the rest of the world an increased threat of terrorist incidents of international origin, as well as violence related to the political situation in Northern Ireland (a part of the United Kingdom.) Americans are reminded to remain vigilant with regard to their personal security and to exercise caution. In recent months, several arrests have been made in Great Britain in connection with various possible terrorist plots."

England is a very popular travel destination. If you plan to travel there, you need Jarred's Surviving Terrorism book.

And who would of thought you would need the Surviving Terrorism book if headed to Australia but you do.

"Although considered to be a low-threat country, Australia has instituted an alert system for possible terrorist attacks. The threat levels range from 'low' to 'high.' American citizens are reminded to maintain a high level of vigilance and to take appropriate steps to increase their security awareness."

It's hard to be vigilant if you don't know what you are looking for. Jack's surviving terrorism book tells you what to look for and how to avoid it or, if unavoidable, how to survive a terrorist's attack.

Get your copy of the Surviving Terrorism book and get informed. (686kb zipped)

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