ARE ENGLISH JEWS RESPONSIBLE FOR 9/11? AN EXAMINATION OF THE HISTORY, PROBLEMS, AND CAUSES is a timely book for understanding Global Terrorism. In a daring foray into examining causes for the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States of America, Devdas Pradesh dives into a difficult question that has not yet been asked in a serious way. Were English Jews somehow a contributing cause for the 9/11 attacks on New York City and Washington, DC? In the process of addressing the question, Pradesh tackles interesting aspects of English Jewish history and experience. Particularly insightful is Pradesh's discussion of the development of Jewish self-understanding on individual and communal levels within the Jewish communities in England in light of the larger, global context of Jewish history. This book is informative and provides much food for thought and discussion. Anyone who has any interest in the causes of 9/11 cannot go without reading this book. This book can be used as a source of discussion in book reading clubs, high school settings, and church settings. This book can also be used to complement college level courses on Terrorism, Conflict in the Middle East, Jewish Studies, and History.