The Blood of Lambs
Barnes & Noble
Published by: Howard Books
Release Date: April 7, 2009
How does an innocent boy grow into a hate-filled terrorist?
At age four, Kamal Saleem learned at his mother’s table that his highest calling was to be martyred while killing infidels – particularly Americans and Jews.
Shunned by his father and bullied by neighborhood thugs, Kamal was befriended by imams of the Muslim Brotherhood and recruited into jihad.
When he was only seven, he went on his first mission, smuggling weapons into Israel as a child soldier for Yasser Arafat.
As a young man, Kamal’s reputation for ruthless violence grew, and he pursued the cause of jihad in Paris, London, Afghanistan, and the opulent palaces of Saudi sheikhs, raising millions to fund the Palestine Liberation Organization’s exploits in global terror.
Though his ties with terrorism were severed more than twenty years ago, it was not until 9/11, when radical Muslims rained terror on American shores, that Kamal Saleem stepped out of the shadows and revealed his true identity. Today, he is a different kind of warrior. He now stands on the wall and shouts to America, “Open your eyes and fight the danger that lives among you.”