Saturday, July 10, 2010

Book Review: The Blood of Lambs by Kamal Saleem ( a pseudonym)

Book Review: The Blood of Lambs by Kamal Saleem ( a pseudonym)

Kamal Saleem writes of his experience as a seven year old Sunni Muslim growing up in Beirut, Lebanon. He was recruited by the Muslim Brotherhood and sent on child missions to deliver weapons to Palestinian resisters. He grew into a well-trained terrorist whose hatred for Israel and America was all consuming. He trained in terrorist camps funded by Muhammad Gaddafi of Libya. There was never a shortage of money or of infidel targets. Kamal’s loyalty to jihad was exemplary and total.

Kamal was taught by his mother that any frail excuse was acceptable to kill a Christian, no excuse was necessary to kill a Jew. A Jew should be killed simply because he was a Jew. Kamal was taught verses from the Koran on his mother’s knee:

Sura 2:191 “Kill the disbelievers wherever you find them.”

Sura 9:123 “Murder them and treat them harshly.”

Sura 9:5 “Fight and slay the pagans, seize them, harass them, and lie in wait for

them with every trick.”

Sura 8:12 “I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore

strike off their heads.”

Kamal moved to America and struck out on a mission to destroy the Great Satan from the inside out. He spent all of his time recruiting in prisons and projects in our nation’s large cities until one day he had a terrible automobile accident. A series of events followed that caused Kamal to cry out to Allah for a personal relationship. He looked eastward and lifted his arms and cried out to his god and what did he hear? Absolutely nothing.

Kamal converted to Christianity and now writes and travels throughout the country warning people that radical Islam is infiltrating our country. They embrace the words of Omar Ahmad, founder of the council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), “Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other faith…(but) should be the highest authority in America, and Islam the only accepted religion on earth.”

The Blood of Lambs is 310 pages of suspense. I couldn’t put it down until I had finished it. If indeed, this man’s experiences are authentic, he has lived a truly phenomenal life. His message to America is certainly authentic, we have an enemy, the enemy lives among us and hates us passionately. This enemy believes that Allah has instructed them to destroy us at any cost.

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