Jihad Genocide [NOOK Book]

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On 31 DECEMBER 201?, ten million non-Muslims will be exterminated. This is the target of high-tech Jihad genocide, starting from Times Square in New York, London, Jerusalem and other major cities all over the world. The weapon, which is capable of killing a human being in 4.3 minutes, only costs pennies to produce and cannot be deducted by scanners at airports. For the first time, breast and buttock implants will be used to blow up planes loaded with fuel to exterminate those who escape death by the lethal virus....
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Jihad Genocide

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Overview

On 31 DECEMBER 201?, ten million non-Muslims will be exterminated. This is the target of high-tech Jihad genocide, starting from Times Square in New York, London, Jerusalem and other major cities all over the world. The weapon, which is capable of killing a human being in 4.3 minutes, only costs pennies to produce and cannot be deducted by scanners at airports. For the first time, breast and buttock implants will be used to blow up planes loaded with fuel to exterminate those who escape death by the lethal virus. To give the final touches, the Pope will be shot at close range and the mourners in churches, synagogues, temples and every place of non-Muslim worship will be made to join those who were killed in the name of Allah by high-tech Jihad. The day of the suicide bomber is over. The army behind hi-tech Jihad genocide, under the leadership of a highly educated medical doctor, scientist and professor teaching in the reputed Medical School of Philadelphia, USA, consists of scientists, medical doctors, bio-chemists, ex NASA employees, nurses, attorneys, virologists, computer programmers, informers who work for the FBI, CIA, Mossad, Scotland Yard, CBI India, and members of other secret services. The weapon has already reached the USA and rest of the world. The surgeons have been given the green light and the beautiful girls in hijab, who are ready to have explosives implanted in their breasts and buttocks, are waiting to board the fully fuelled planes which will be exploded in the heart of highly populated cities.
‘The goal...the aim...the object of those who believe in having seventy-two virgins and a higher place in Allah's Paradise is to “TAKE OVER THE COUNTRIES’ CITIES CAUSING THE LEAST AMOUNT OF DESTRUCTION”
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013836235
  • Publisher: Ted Habib
  • Publication date: 12/8/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 195 KB

Meet the Author

Samuel Josef, a former Muslim who converted to Christianity. While unaware of his conversion, Samuel’s brothers and sisters had tried with clandestine ease, to conscript him into the deadly fold of a group of hotheaded and bloodthirsty Jihadists.

Samuel Josef presently lives in the United States with his life in constant danger because of an RFID tracking chip indelibly implanted in his body by the Jihadists. Samuel’s story, however, is bigger and more horrifying than what he has personally suffered under the fiendish hands of his personal terrorists. Marshalling information that he gathered while he was still believed to be a Muslim, Samuel Josef unravels an impending high-tech Jihad genocide targeted at the United States of America and the rest of the West.
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