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The harrowing tale of a Palestinian boy who grew up under Israeli oppression. His parents murdered by Israeli terrorism. He was alone, orphaned, and homeless until the Mujahideen found him and molded him into a weapon for his people and gave him the means to exact his revenge against Israel.

©2014 Jesse A. MacBeth (P)2021 Jesse A. MacBeth

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Wasn't what I expected

I am a fan of the Author. So I grabbed this book when I saw it was by him. This book took me by surprise. It tells a different side of the Palestine-Israeli conflict that we have never heard of before. It made me uncomfortable. But I soon found myself cheering for the oppressed Palestinians and cursing the oppressive Israelis.

Ben Amin is a terrorist. The author does not hide that fact. He just shows that people are not just born a "Terrorist" that being Muslim does not make you a "terrorist". People who are brutally oppressed and victimized by a more powerful enemy do desperate things. History has taught us this about all people. This book was sad and had a touch of romance to it. Myself being a black woman I could relate to the struggle of "Ben Amin"

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