June 01, 2018|Emerson VermaatMiddle East Quarterly
Reviewed by Beila Rabinowitz
January 01, 2016|Emerson VermaatMiddle East Quarterly
Dutch investigative reporter Vermaat's new book is meant to warn those in the West who, while appalled by the barbaric excesses of ISIS and like-minded groups, have yet to take the Islamist threat seriously. In Hatred Must Not Spill over into Our
June 01, 2009|Emerson Vermaat
Vermaat, a Netherlands-based investigative journalist, analyzes the connections between three seemingly unrelated groups—Nazis, communists, and Islamists—providing key insights into the logic behind their alliances. Despite its scholarly nature...
June 01, 2007|Emerson VermaatMiddle East Quarterly
September 01, 2006|Emerson VermaatMiddle East Quarterly
Dutch counterterrorism expert and investigative journalist Vermaat, the first European to write about the threat posed by Osama bin Laden, here studies Al-Qaeda's network in Europe. He shows that the Dutch-born Muslim members of the Hofstadgroep...
June 01, 2006|Emerson VermaatMiddle East Quarterly
In De Hofstadgroep, Vermaat chronicles the genesis of the Dutch homegrown terrorist network known as the Hofstadgroep, whose members were behind the 2004 murder of Dutch filmmaker Theo Van Gogh. The book details how the Dutch-born polar