The Grand Deception is a fascinating analysis of global politics with particular reference to the United States. Mujahid Kamran presents a compelling and discerning argument that most wars in the world today are fought for economic reasons. More often than not, these economic interests are the interests of the wealthy elites of the countries, and counter to the interests of the people of the countries. In a series of elegantly written essays, Kamran points out that this wealthy elite - the High Cabal - is ceaselessly active in capturing global resources and is, by and large, highly successful in attaining its objectives. This reality is constantly concealed from the American people. The domestic and foreign policies of the United States are an astonishing and chilling illustration of this grand deception. First written and published in Urdu under the title Pas e Parda, these deeply informed essays discuss many radioactive topics such as CIA's involvement in political murders and global drug trade, the symbiotic relationship between CIA and Wall Street, the US "Jihad" to dominate the world, and the so-called "war on terror". Kamran presents a non-stop barrage of compelling facts and chilling observations that will leave the reader wondering about the future of mankind.