You Are Both Wrong!

Western Media and Islamic Terrorist

by Farid Adel



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/13/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 354
ISBN : 9781665729208
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 354
ISBN : 9781665729192

About the Book

Less than half a century ago, the Western world and the world of Islam co-existed. Islam was among the world’s great and firmly established religions. Today, perceptions of Islam in the West have changed. Jihad, terrorism, grisly acts of televised violence, threats of destruction, and a general animosity punctuates the messages received about Islam and Muslims. In You Are Both Wrong! author Farid Adel examines what happened and asks and answers the questions: • Are all these faithful responsible for the world’s terrors? • Is this religion really a religion of peace or is it one of war? • Why do we have such disasters, such devastations of humanity and property perpetrated by these savages in the name of Islam. • Why have these aberrations arisen in every Islamic nation? • Who are the perpetrators? • What can be done to remedy this unfortunate phenomenon? Adel discusses the cause, and reasons by whom and how, and what to do to rectify this shameful reality, whether it be the work of jihadists or other evil doers of the world. You Are Both Wrong! shares a message of enlightenment and hope to the world. It emphasizes the facts and logical discussion, addition to that, it is proving the message of the Quran and challenges both the critics and the so-called Islamic terrorists. It seeks to build a bridge across a chasm that was deliberately and artificially created between Islam and the rest of the world.

About the Author

Farid Adel was born in Old Kabul City, Afghanistan; completed mandatory military service; and graduated from the Afghan National Army. In 1974, Adel arrived in the United States, enrolled at the University of Kansas, and eventually graduated from the University of New Mexico. He served in the US Air Force, retiring after twenty years in 2002. In addition, Adel earned a master’s degree from the University of Davis, California.