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Paradises Lost A Biography of a Jihadist

Author Name: Ahmed Sayeed | Format: Paperback | Genre : Biographies & Autobiographies | Other Details

The book depicts the life of a teenage Jihadist, who is born and brought up in Al-Aqqa of Syria, the second biggest city after Damascus. He is left with his mother and brother after his father died a Jihadi. Trained in the Mufti course in Arabic, he joins DAHESH after developing a negative attitude towards the Shiites. DAHESH’s goal is to topple the Al-Assad’s Government, run mainly by Shiites, to avenge their monopoly of oil in the black market.

Despite his mother’s objections, he and his brother want to become trained suicide bombers and attain a place in Paradise. Do they succeed in making Jihad their way of life? Do they truly succeed in finding a place in Paradise?

Based on true events, this book reports the incidents that took place in Syria in January 2016.

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Ahmed Sayeed

The Author has written six books so far, most of which have atheistic views. He has depicted philosophical and ethical views on each subject of the book. In his view God does not exist but all life is a product of evolution. He also states that there is no meaning, purpose, and spiritual value in life. He views it is a natural process that life took its existence. He believes in the philosophy of René Descartes, “We Think, Therefore We Are”. He upholds the idea that humanity is the only religion. Humanity is an in-built instinct in every human being and hence one should release it from the cage of blind and fanatic beliefs such as religion, tradition, caste, creed and color, to follow humanity as the right way of life.