The Dangers of Islam: The Terrorist

The Dangers of Islam: The Terrorist

by Helena Won

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Overview

Dawood Khan, an American Muslim soldier in the US Army, had been an outsider for a good portion of his life. His Islamic identity was something he cherished, but others looked down on in disdain. Bullies at school ridiculed, mentally tortured, and physically assaulted Dawood for cherishing that identity. After a horrifying encounter with his high school bully, Dawood decided that enough was enough. He grew wiser, determined to face the terrorists that his religion was forcibly associated with. His decisions enabled him to encounter terrorists who killed in the name of their Creator, terrorists that claimed to follow the same religion he followed. For disagreeing with their twisted beliefs, these terrorists executed men, women, and children. This was not the Islam he knew. This was not the Islam that he followed.

In hopes of changing his community's image, Dawood embarked on an excursion to better the image of Muslims in America. His voyage began in peace, yet ended in disaster and rage. Follow his life as he faces the growing danger of guilt by association and see the Muslim American community in a new light. Who is Dawood Khan and why is he known as America's number one enemy?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781508848554
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/14/2015
Series: Dangers of Islam , #1
Pages: 486
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.08(d)

About the Author

Raised in a nomadic family, Helena had the ability to see the world from a unique point of view. Her experiences with new locations and new countries allowed her to see the brightest and darkest individuals the world had to offer. With so many experiences under her belt and the love of books in her heart, Helena decided to pen her own books. Her works dwell on the inner nature of man when faced with incredulous decisions. She calls the United States her permanent place of residence.

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