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Product Details

  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Ambient (April 17, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0768441161
  • ISBN-13: 978-0768441161
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6.1 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (125 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #357,739 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Faisal Malick was raised a devout Sunni Muslim and supernaturally touched by God on July 3, 1994. He is a recognized spiritual leader, entrepreneur, television personality, and best-selling author. He is the CEO of Malick Media Group, founder of Covenant of Life Ministries and The Faisal Malick Foundation. Learn more at www.faisalmalick.com or www.amazingmuslims.com.

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I did not purchase this book, I simply received this book for free in the mail.
M. Sayed
I respect that some Muslims choose to convert to Christianity, but if you have to lie to try to convince someone to convert, you're a pathetic human being.
I feel bad wasting my time to write this review but would feel even worse if someone actually spent money to buy this book.

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Ayman Abouelwafa on January 23, 2014
Format: Paperback
I received a free copy of this book in my mail. Then I wondered who will send me a free book and why? I read the book with an open mind but quickly came to conclude the facts:

A) Facts or Lies? How can a man who was born to a religion and presumably knows it well enough through 4 hours of religious education/day, every day throughout his childhood yet he represents many false statements as facts about that religion. Let me cite one of many: Page 45 from the story about himself "Muslims don't have an assurance of heaven, but there is assurance of hell if they even think Jesus is the Son of God". Yes, there assurance of heaven in Islam if one only says and believed that there is no God but Allah the all mighty and Mohammed is his last messenger" Islam never punishes, let alone promise hell to just a thought. I guess the author doesn't know the difference between believes and thoughts yet he considers himself a believer. Those are Lies NOT Facts.

B) Cite your sources: One more, Page 26 of Kamal Saleem's story, the author said "Muslims can do anything for the sake of Islam. small sins or big sins, it doesn't matter" Really...!! where was that principle found in Islam. please... can you cite where in Quran or any other reliable Islamic source? once again, no cited sources for the claims, because they are plain Lies.

C) History facts or Fictions? The story about Khalida Page 66 after she was taken by the Bedouins "We traveled in caravan from Lebanon to Syria, From Egypt to Saudi and back again" by camels...!!. This was after 1967?? WOW, guess what, I'm an Egyptian who was born well before 1967 and never known that Bedouins can/did travel across the middle east countries (as she said, Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Saudi...) without a visa let alone by camels.
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35 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Aminah on November 10, 2013
Format: Paperback
I can't imagine what sort of ignorant Muslim would think the stories in this book are true. For one thing, the "Muslims" who are the main characters of these stories do not know their religion. The same common misconceptions about Islam are repeated through the stories. For the second thing, there are so many obvious plot holes, logical mistakes and contradictions in the stories themselves that they can't be true. Lastly, even if these stories are entirely true and the logical problems are just recording accidents or omissions, most Muslims - especially such "devout" ones as the characters claim - would think they were being deceived by jinn upon receiving such visions. Even the Prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him) thought he was being deceived at first by the angel Jibrail.

Here are just a couple of the misconceptions:

72 Virgins: The book cites this oft-mocked idea of a martyr receiving seventy-two virgins in paradise. This number is something that was made up by a scholar. Yes, there are considered to be beautiful and pure inhabitants of paradise - the houri - but aside from these being both female and male there is no number of them promised to belong to anyone in either the Qur'an or the hadith.

The Balance of Deeds: This book writes of the Day of Judgment as if it is a blank reckoning of good deeds versus bad deeds and God just weighs and assigns either paradise or hell. This is not true; as any Muslim knows, no one will be able to attain paradise off their good deeds alone. It's only God's mercy that forgives us. If we spent our entire life praying it would not be enough to "earn" paradise. However, God doesn't need to sacrifice some other being in order to be able to forgive us if He choses to do so. God is limitless.
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93 of 115 people found the following review helpful By fasy on October 6, 2012
Format: Paperback
First thing I want to do is request everyone, please DON'T read this book if you are really interested in learning about Islam and Muslims. They use false and out of context information about Muslims to try to influence people towards Jesus and the Bible. I would have respected them much more if they just came outright and said the message they wanted to instead of maligning Islam to subtly lay out their message. It's disgusting mainly because they attack Islam while pretending to be Muslims. I got this book for free in my mail just like I am sure a lot of others received it too in an effort to try to turn them away from Islam. Unfortunately they miscalculated, because most of us are highly educated, independent, and critical thinkers who can make our own judgements. All I had to do was read who it was published by- the "Lockman foundation" which publishes Bibles- and I can reach my own conclusions. I wrote this review for all the naive and innocent people out there who believe anything if its published. Save yourself some time and don't read this. I wish amazon would take this book off of their site because Amazon's level of excellence doesn't befit it to have these kinds of books for free on their site. I know I probably look like I'm overreacting but I was seriously upset. I have read Christian spiritual books with interest and have nothing against them; why couldn't this author just admit he was trying to sway people towards Christianity instead of using the sneaky way of subtly slandering Muslims? I would have respected him more that way.
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