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            Julliard
            EAN : 9782260024224
            Shaping : BROCHE
            Pages : 264
            Size : 130 x 205 mm
            Khalil

            Release date : 16/08/2018
            In the same vein as The Attack comes this dizzying dive into the mind of a suicide bomber. A thriller that plumbs the deepest motivations of the young recruits to Islamist terrorism.
            Khalil and Rayan are both from Morocco and grew up together in Brussels. While Rayan has skillfully learned how to blend in, Khalil, always angry, has fallen out with most of the members of his family. But for some time, attending a Salafi mosque seems to have given his life... Khalil and Rayan are both from Morocco and grew up together in Brussels. While Rayan has skillfully learned how to blend in, Khalil, always angry, has fallen out with most of the members of his family. But for some time, attending a Salafi mosque seems to have given his life meaning. On this Friday, November 13, 2015, Khalil will commit the unthinkable. Seated in a crowded car of the Paris RER train leaving the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, he recites one last prayer and presses on the detonator of his belt of explosives. Nothing happens. Distraught, he must flee from the police. From one hideout to another, Khalil asks himself whether he was a victim of a conspiracy or a simple technical glitch. Soon another attack takes place in Brussels, killing the only person who mattered to him. Overwhelmed with grief, he starts to question his murderous ideology…
            Written like a thriller, this gripping novel takes us right to the heart of the thoughts of a terrorist, from the hateful indoctrination to the life-saving realization. Without passing moral judgment, Yasmina Khadra asks some basic questions: Who is Khalil? What motivates his actions? And what attitude can and should the civilized world adopt in the face of inhumanity?
             
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            EAN : 9782260024224
            Shaping : BROCHE
            Pages : 264
            Size : 130 x 205 mm
            Julliard