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The Wages of Hate

  • By Peter Paras
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The story begins when two young men, Costas and Dimitri, neutralize a terrorist attack, at Kennedy International Airport. To avenge his fallen comrades, Mahi the President of Aswan Enterprises, also known as Madeeh, Commander of Alquaeda USA, immediately declares a fatwah (encyclical) against the young men and their families, pursuing them relentlessly all over the world. Twenty years later, Dimitri an FBI Agent on antiterrorism, had infiltrated and neutralized Alqueada West. Costas, now a formidable FBI agent uncovers a terrifying plot, code-named Armageddon, to detonate six atomic bombs delivered at different US ports within two weeks of an unknown date. It's a race against time for the FBI to find and destroy the bombs. Their efforts are only partially successful: one bomb explodes, and the nightmare of nuclear warfare becomes a reality. General Gray, Head of the US Atomic Command, in revenge cents arbitrarily twelve atomic bombs to Alquaeda strongholds in six Arab countries while they are celebrating their success. At the end, a counter movement of peace forms. Its founder, Mufti Salameh preaches his simple message, "killing is not from God," throughout Egypt and the Middle East. The Mufti confronts Madeeh, and asks if the destruction of Washington DC is worth the trouble and the desolation of the Arab world. Mufti Salameh was killed during the Hajj in Mecca and became Martyr. His diciple Mufti Owhali declared "we are the true Moslems", Martyr Salameh taught us the truth KILLING IS NOT FROM GOD.

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    Product Specs
    • SKU: 9781498453622
    • Manufacturer: Xulon Pr
    • ISBN 13: 9781498453622
    • Publication Date: 01/01/2016
    • Format: Paperback
    • Author: Peter Paras
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