By Mano Bakh,Jaqueline Le Beau,Kelli McIntyre,Wafa Sultan
From Terror to Freedom is a smart own tale of starting to be up in a shallowly Islamic Iran dealing with the epicenter of civil unrest because the Ayatolla Khomeini over threw the Shah, makes a desirable tale. Mr. Bakh survived to inform american citizens this precise event. it's a transparent caution to american citizens of the risks of Islamic radicals. Iran's Islamic fans didn't appear risky through the Shah yet as situations replaced their opportunistic and brutal part aroused from sleep and Sharia legislations grew to become the legislations of the land legalizing polygamy after which directly to different enterprise. This actual tale presents a profound instance of the way a rustic could be taken over. those classes can simply be utilized to what's occurring within the usa this present day. The lesson that Mano Bakh's tale teaches us is that the unthinkable can occur and it may take place very speedy, even right here in America.
Mano Bakh used to be a excessive score officer in Iran's Imperial army whilst, in 1979, in the course of the Islamic revolution, he miraculously escaped along with his existence. The harrowing stories he used to be subjected to at present exemplify the loose world's necessity to house the continuing competitive Islamic flow and the oil funds that helps it. Mr. Bakh used to be born a Muslim, yet turned upset with the faith whose undertaking used to be to kill or convert all who didn't think within the teachings of the Koran. His candid realizing of what occurred to a rustic that used to be America's ally after which became an Axis of Evil, will teach the readers of his booklet as to why that Evil will not be learned until eventually it really is too late.
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From Terror to Freedom by Mano Bakh,Jaqueline Le Beau,Kelli McIntyre,Wafa Sultan