Charles Kurzman, Muslim-American Terrorism.
Murders in the United States:
Federal Bureau of Investigation, Uniform Crime Report.
Terrorism in Western Europe:
Europol, EU Terrorism Situation and Terrorism Report (TE-SAT).
Terrorism worldwide since 1970:
START Center, University of Maryland, Global Terrorism Database.
Terrorism worldwide since 2004:
National Counterrrorism Center, Worldwide Incident Tracking System.
Causes of death worldwide, 2008:
World Health Organization, Burden of Disease.
Wars since 1946:
Uppsala Conflict Data Program/Peace Research Institute Oslo, Armed Conflict Dataset.
Muslim religious leaders denouncing terrorism:
Charles Kurzman, Islamic Statements Against Terrorism.
Muslim attitudes on democracy and cultural issues:
World Values Survey.
Muslim attitudes on terrorism and other issues:
Pew Global Attitudes Project.
American attitudes on intentional targeting of civilians:
WorldPublicOpinion.org, “Public Opinion in Iran and America on Key International Issues,” January 24, 2007, p. 10.
Charles Kurzman, The Missing Martyrs: Why There Are So Few Muslim Terrorists (Oxford University Press 2011).
Charles Kurzman, “Why Is It So Hard to Find a Suicide Bomber These Days?” Foreign Policy, September/October 2011.
Will McCants, “Al Qaeda’s Challenge,” Foreign Affairs, September/October 2011.
John Mueller, Overblown: How Politicians and the Terrorism Industry Inflate National Security Threats, and Why We Believe Them (Free Press, 2006)
Carl Ernst, Following Muhammad (University of North Carolina Press, 2003).
Bruce Lawrence, The Qur’an: A Biography (Atlantic, 2007).
Omid Safi, Memories of Muhammad (HarperOne, 2010).