Early in my life, I was close to the twenty years of age. It was the early 1960s. I was sharing the world the enjoyment of a number of country independence as well as great people assassinated or died. One of the persons I admired was Che Guevara, the South-American-Irish Legend. He was the role model for almost every oppressed person (male or female) around the world, because he was the Icon of freedom through resistance. An approach was supported strongly by all freedom fighters all over the world. PLO in that time was formulating its cadre through Fatah Resistance movement. Assassinations occurred in a short period of five years between 1963 and 1968. JFK, the 35th President of the United States, was assassinated on Friday, November 22, 1963. Malcolm X: February 21, 1965, Che Guevara on October 9, 1967. And MLK one year later was assassinated on April 9, 1968. Che was a little different from the other three, he was not American, he was in fact working against Imperial America. That means strong support of Communism. A quality cannot be accepted by the USA. This book describes Che’s Life, and answer questions on how Che Guevara became a legend for almost all young people looking for justice, with his pictures hang up on protesting squares, and home walls in Asia, Africa, Latin America and great part of Europe. He was the icon for freedom and justice. And how his assassination by the CIA commando forces was formulated and executed the assassination. Since then, America continue to be the enemy of freedom, or that was the image or you may say perception of young people outside the United States. The writer is an Arab American author, scholar and scientist. His publications exceed the 200 books in both Arab and English languages. He is the originator and president of the Arab American Encyclopedia-AAE. Dr. Yahya resides in Michigan, USA. He has four children and ten grandchildren.