Why I left Jihad by Walid Shoebat

Why I left Jihad is a well-researched book serves as a warning to Western Non-Muslims about the real threat of radical Islam thus highly recommended for everyone.

He was once a radicalized Muslim willing to die for the cause of Jihad until he converted to Christianity in 1994. Why I left Jihad: The Root of Terrorism and the Return of Radical Islam is Walid Shoebat’s part testimony about the Islamic culture where he was raised and part research on Biblical prophecies of the End Times which highlights his critical examination on the radical Islam. In addition, readers will also gain insights about the differences between the Bible and the Qur’an. The first half of the book tells us the life of Walid, whom at a very young age was already taught that it is righteous to hate and kill Jews. He eventually became a member of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and committed various acts of terrorism and violence against Israel. Later in his life, he was imprisoned in the Russian Compound. After moving to America, his perspective on life was changed after studying the Bible and he converted to Christianity. 

  • “Do you want to know the truth about Hamas and terrorism? This book will open your eyes. It is well-written and to the point. The mindset and culture of the terrorist is so alien as to seem impossible to western minds. Be prepared to change some beliefs and conceptions.” – G. Wick, Amazon Review
  • “People should read this and pass the book and the information and the evidences to others.” J. Rochester
  • “This book will be extremely significant to Christians seeking to understand their relationship to Israel and the Jewish people. But the book is also a valuable resource to all Non-Christians who seek to understand the radical ideologies that dominates the Middle Eastern Islamic and Christian discourse. However, whether or not one is a believing Christian, it is important to understand the conflicting Christian interpretations of the biblical promises outlined in the Old Testament or Tenach (Tanakh). For these can and do have significant potential to affect current events and international attitudes and policies.” – A. Lappen, Amazon Review
  • “This book should be required reading for everyone in the free world.” – Joe, Amazon Review

ISBN 0977102114, 412 pages, Publisher – Top Executive Media


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