Through the kindness of strangers, a Muslim terrorist’s heart was changed, and he came to know the unconditional love of God.
At the age of four, Kamal Saleem learned at his mother’s table that his highest calling was to be martyred while killing infidels—particularly Americans and Jews. When he was seven, he went on his first mission—smuggling weapons into Israel as a child soldier for Yasser Arafat. By the age of fifteen, he was already an explosives expert. He trained international terrorists in the desert camps of Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi.
As a young man, Kamal’s reputation for ruthless violence grew. He pursued the cause of jihad in Paris, London, Afghanistan, and the opulent palaces of Saudi Sheiks. He raised millions of dollars to help fund the Palestine Liberation Organization’s exploits in global terror.
But then a life-changing crisis caused him to question the worldview he had spent his entire life pursuing. Through the kindness of strangers, his heart was changed, and he came to know the unconditional love of God.