NPR’s Fresh Air: ‘Terrorists In Love’: The Psychology Of Extremism
Boston Globe: The Private Lives of Terrorists
The Washington Post: Terrorists in Love
Foreign Policy: Terrorists In Love
The Huffington Post: Terrorists In Love
CNN: The Continuing Story of the Living Suicide Bomber
The Daily Beast: How Terrorists See The World
Urban Times: A Ground-Breaking Book
The Sunday Times features Terrorists in Love: “The Deadly Love of Romeo and Juliet Jihadists.”
The San Jose Mercury News and The Sacramento Bee have picked Terrorists in Love as one of the top non-fiction books released this fall, calling it “a disturbing, intimate look inside another world.”
The Daily Mail: “Sexual repression and rejection turns young idealists into terrorists”
St Louis Post Dispatch: Book tells stories of when romance drives terrorism
South China Morning Post: “Terrorists in Love‘s behind-the-scenes digging and socializing make for wild, weird entertainment …Gripping“
Voice of America: Terrorists in Love Examines Islamic Radicals
The Australian: Jihadi and Juliet turn to terrorism when love life fails
Publishers Weekly has picked Terrorists in Love as one of Top Ten Politics Books for The Fall.
MSNBC–The Chris Hayes Show
Inside the Minds of Jihadis —
Author Ken Ballen of “Terrorists in Love” explores the many reasons that drive young men, such as Abu Zubaydah, to join Al-Qaeda and the Taliban.
WJBC – The unexpected roots of Islamic extremism
Steve Fast interviews Ken Ballen on WJBC radio
Ken Ballen – WGN Radio
Bill chats with Ken Ballen author of Terrorist in Love
Author Ken Ballen discusses his book “ Terrorists in Love: True Life Stories of Islamic Radicals”.
Terrorists in Love, New Hampshire Public Radio
Former federal prosecutor Ken Ballen spent five years interviewing more than one hundred Jihadi terrorists in Saudi Arabia. He turned these encounters into.
15 with the Author, KYMN Radio
This week Teri talks with: Ken Ballen a former Federal Prosecutor who convicted international terrorists.
Interfaith Voices: Inside the Minds of Muslim Extremists
WNYC’s Brian Lehrer Show: Terrorists at Heart
PRI’s The World: An Author’s Quest to Understand the Mind of Terrorists