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Son of Hamas: A Gripping Account of Terror, Betrayal, Political Intrigue, and Unthinkable Choices Paperback – March 1, 2011
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" . . . a fascinating book. I couldn't put it down." - Sean Hannity --Fox News' Hannity
". . . a book more incendiary than any roadside IED . . ." --GQ Magazine
" . . . intriguingly detailed . . ." --Newsweek
" . . . one of the most extraordinary spy stories in history . . ." David Asman, America's Nightly Scoreboard, Fox Business Network
" . . . more incendiary than any roadside IED"--"GQ"
"The Israelis issued this book as a kind of propaganda."--Hamas terrorist leader Osama Hamdan, Amanpour, CNN International
" . . . offers a view of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict few others could provide."--International Fellowship of Christians and Jews
." . . a Le Carreesque thriller wrapped in a spiritual coming-of-age story . . ."--Matthew Kaminski, The Wall Street Journal
"reads with the page-turning ease of a great thriller."--Claudia Rosett, Forbes
"Explosive . . . a story that feels like a long-lost Abrahamic fable that has morphed into contemporary history."--David Grant, Christian Science Monitor
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"Fascinating book. I couldn't put it down."--Sean Hannity, Fox News
" . . . more incendiary than any roadside IED"--GQ --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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The story itself is also amazing. As a Christian, it was inspiring to see how one sentence from the Bible was able to transform Mosab's heart and change the course of his life. As a result, many lives were saved. It is also a work of peace, helping us see that there are no cut and dry answers to the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. All have done wrong, with Jesus all are capable of peace.
Amazing job, Mosab! Thanks for sharing your story.
Mosab was raised a Radical Muslim. He believed "Islam is the answer, and jihad is the way." He was poised to become the future leader of Hamas. As such, he would have become one of Israel's most dangerous and wanted enemies. But something happened along the way that changed everything. Mosab came to the stunning conclusion that Hamas was evil, that Islam was wrong, that suicide bombings and other terrorist attacks were abhorrent, that Israelis were his friends not his enemies, and that Jesus Christ was the Son of God and the Savior of the world. In short, Mosab has become a Revivalist. Today he believes "Islam is not the answer, jihad is not the way; Jesus is the Way, the Truth and the Life, and no one comes to the Father except through Jesus." What's more, he believes that the only way for Israelis and Palestinians to truly find peace with each other is to first find peace with God by embracing the Prince of Peace -- Jesus, who was born in Bethlehem; Jesus, who was raised in Nazareth; Jesus who died on the cross in Jerusalem, and rose again, and is coming back to the Holy Land soon.Read more ›
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Unbelievable and an eye-opener. I didn't know much about Hamas, but this book shed light and understanding on the dynamics and conflict going on between Israel and the... Read morePublished 3 days ago by T. Odden
Thrilling, moving, and amazing! A true story that could be made into an action-thriller movie!Published 5 days ago by MANWTALENT
Eye opening, very sad true story. It helped me understand a little better how the Palestinian people are manipulated by their leadership.Published 5 days ago by Laura Hornbeck
This book opened my eyes to so much of what has been going on in the Middle East. It was amazing to get to read Mosab's story; especially his testimony on how he came to know... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Tiffany Putney
A must read. Captivating, factual. Read what really goes on and learn more about the workings of our world and especially terrorism in the Middle East and even around the globe.Published 15 days ago by Wilson Farrar
There's no nuance to the narrative at all, shabby job on a subject that had so much potential for critical analysis.Published 15 days ago by Dayo