Jihad Genocide by Ted Habib
Jihad Genocide is a story about a call to alert the powers that be in the United States and other countries about the impending Jihad and a possible date of December 31st where multiple teams of Jihadists are set to employee suicide bombers to unleash a biological agent to kill more people at one time than the September 11, 2001 attack on the twin towers in New York.
The main character in Jihad Genocide is Samuel Josef a Muslim who converted to Christianity while living in India and about his siblings who are part of the Jihadists believers that are sending money for and work at learning about what they can do to bring Islam to the world as the only allowable religion and to the utter elimination of all nonbelievers.
Is Jihad a Holy War, or is it something more diabolical. As mentioned in Jihad Genocide Samuel Josef explains in detail how his siblings work at corrupting the U.S. judicial system through intimidation and death threats if rulings go against them or the people who are working with them in their struggle to destroy the very thing that allows them the freedom to do so, while using fraud, money laundering, and scams to send money to train the next generation of Jihadists (which some call terrorists).
This is a book that all at the seat of government should read and act upon. Jihad Genocide receives four out of five stars, but with some judicious editing could receive a higher rating. This is a must read wake-up call to free societies around the world.
Robert J Medak
The subject is timely , important and dramactic one and you obiviously have a gift for detailed, heart-stoppping storytelling. We like the way you portray Christians as compassion and Chrislike and that you portray even Jihadist with some grace.
Jihad Genocide: The Last Jihad by Ted Habib was written as a plea for recognition by the U.S. government. The book is a memoir detailing the author's early years as a Muslim, his subsequent conversion to Christianity, and ending with updates on the members of his large family, all of whom are engaged in the cause of Jihad genocide.
Rose Ippolito, Theology professor Philippines, Manila