TRENTON, New Jersey, April 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- In an increasingly volatile and violent world it's important to understand the parallels between radical jihadists and destructive cults. Both categories of extremists are typically totalitarian and use similar techniques to recruit and retain members. Cults and jihadist groups alike, such as ISIS, use social media effectively for recruitment. What can be done to de-radicalize or deprogram individuals recruited by such groups? How can people recover after they leave? These questions and many more are answered in the book Cults Inside Out: How People Get In and Can Get Out, by Rick Alan Ross. Ross has provided expert court testimony, worked with law enforcement and facilitated more than 500 interventions around the world. He knows firsthand the tactics used by totalitarian groups to control and manipulate people and some of the most effective methods to unlock undue influence.
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Cults Inside Out includes a history of groups called "cults." By understanding that history we can better understand and contextualize the problems we have today with violent authoritarian Jihadist groups and destructive cults. Ross explains the dynamics of such groups and his book reflects the diversity of the present day cult phenomenon, which includes Jihadist terrorist organizations such as al-Qaeda.
"The Magnum Opus of the history of cults, help and resources, brilliant and superb writing that will remain a classic and of great importance" -- reader
"The encyclopedia of books about cults…large and small, both in the national and international arenas" -- reader
Never before has anyone involved in the highly specialized field of cult intervention work explained the process of deprogramming in such detail. Cults Inside Out breaks down the intervention process into easy to understand blocks with actual case examples. This book can easily serve as a template for the de-radicalization of Jihadist recruits.
"After reading this book, we finally, understand" -- reader
"This book is a remarkable touchstone and a powerful key for healing. It will do untold good for newly exiting survivors and families and friends" – reader
Ross is a pioneer concerning cult education on the Web. He is the founder and executive director of the Cult Education Institute (CEI), an online library initially launched in 1996. The CEI www.culteducation.com database contains information about hundreds of controversial groups and movements, including terrorist groups and other radical extremists.
Contact: Rick Alan Ross, (609) 396-6684, firstname.lastname@example.org
SOURCE Cult Education Institute