Jihad Genocide by Ted Habib
The Last Jihad
CreateSpace (212 pp.)
$14.99 paperback, $5.99 e-book
ISBN: 978-1468040845; December 6, 2011
Habib’s debut political thriller explores the nature of religious extremism, detailing the gathering threat it poses to America and its unsuspecting allies.
Purportedly based on a true story, this complex tale follows Samuel Joseph from his troubled, abuse-addled infancy in India to his prosperous adulthood in the United States. Samuel undergoes a youthful spiritual awakening, eventually converting from Islam to Christianity. His siblings’ fanatical commitment to killing non-Muslims leads to the endless, macabre abuse of Samuel, his mother and his wife.
The narrative centers on a labyrinthine plot to destroy the U.S.—and much of the world—by inserting undetectable explosive devices into the breasts and buttocks of female suicide bombers as well as releasing a deadly virus through a variety of means. Threaded through this, Habib offers a quasi-journalistic account of the history of modern jihad, replete with scholarly reflections on the allegedly bellicose message of the Quran.
Initially, readers may be impatient for the novel to begin, having waded through an opening prayer, a dedication, a foreword, a preface and an introduction. When it does kick off, the story leaps back and forth in time. The narrative occasionally addresses readers directly to provide commentary, entreat the U.S. government to foil the impending attack on its soil, or solicit help from readers in rescuing Samuel’s mother from her captors. The book is most effective when
Jihad Genocide: The Last Jihad by Ted Habib was written as a warning to the citizens of the United States, the United Kingdom and Israel, as well as a plea for recognition by the U.S. government.
The book is the memoir of a protagonist called, “Samuel Josef,” detailing his childhood as a Muslim in India and ending with updates on the members of his large family, all of which have immigrated to the United States in an effort to better aid the cause of Jihad genocide.
As the author explains, Jihad can be understood in two ways. Some believe that Jihad is an internal struggle to maintain faith, to defend Islam and to improve Muslim society. A more radical interpretation is to think of Jihad as literal participation in a holy war, with the end result being Islam’s reign as the dominant religion of the world. Whichever interpretation one holds, a true Muslim believer can be said to be always engaged in Jihad.
The notion of Jihad genocide belongs with the most extreme interpretation of Jihad. In this scenario, women will be implanted with explosives and will board airplanes on December 31 (the exact year not having yet been chosen.) When the airplanes are close to landing, the women will have the explosives detonated. Naturally all those aboard the planes will perish, and as the planes will be close to the ground, the Jihadists hope that destruction will impact those below as well. But, the Jihad genocide will not stop there. A deadly Ebola-like virus will be released, decimating populations. On December 31st, when revelers are out in droves celebrating the New Year in places like Times Square, the virus, which will be inflated in balloons, will be released when the balloons are popped by Jihadist volunteers. Naturally a virus cannot distinguish between a Muslim believer and an infidel, or Kabir, but it is hoped that the subsequent widespread deaths will emphasize the message that the power of Islam is to be feared and revered, with the result that survivors will surrender and convert.
In addition to the warning of Jihad genocide, the author describes his early life, conversion experience, and later mistreatment by family members who are firmly committed to the destruction of Western beliefs.
As the first boy born after a long line of girls, “Samuel” was cherished and cossetted, until his father, under the burden of gambling debts, decided to turn against him as form of stress relief. His sisters, taking their cue from their father, also began to abuse Samuel. Only his mother protected him, even when he began to show interest in Christianity.
Samuel first became exposed to Christianity through a fellow cricket fan. This companion introduced him to a priest named Father Rajappa, who instructed Samuel in catechism. Samuel had to keep his Christian education secret, for fear of severe reprisal from his family. Later in life, when Samuel became a successful businessman, his family found out that he attended church services but assumed he did so only in order to build and maintain business relationships. Only his mother, and later on his wife Ayesha, knew the truth that it was the other way around – Samuel continued to attend Friday mosque services in order to give the illusion that he was still a Muslim, but his heart was with the Christian faith.
The text reveals that the most evil of Samuel’s relatives is the oldest sister, Fatima. Throughout the book Samuel explains how Fatima is the mastermind behind extensive fundraising for Jihad genocide. Again and again, Fatima has shown her hand and has given away the secrets of the genocide plot, boasting about her money-laundering schemes and false-passport network. A younger brother, Mohamed, who became a doctor, became second-in-command, and aided in the development of the Ebola-like virus that is planned to be unleashed to create fear and panic in unbelievers. Close behind in the evil category is sister Khatija, who tried to burn Samuel’s wife, Ayesha, though dousing her with kerosene while she was sleeping.
Samuel contends that because his extended family members went to the authorities and declared Samuel insane, not to mention a threat to his 84-year-old mother, who is now residing in the U.S., no one believes him regarding the upcoming Jihad genocide on a future December 31st. He mentions the similarity to the case of the unsuccessful “underwear bomber” Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, wherein the authorities did not believe his father, who warned that the radicalized son was going to try and bring down an airplane during the holidays. Because no one seems to believe him, the author wrote this book in desperation, in hope of warning the world to profile Muslim women instead of male Muslim airline passengers, not to mention to beware of the biological warfare planned by the Jihadists.
Currently, the author, who has lived around the world, is in hiding, having managed to evade his Jihadist family members despite the placement of an RFID tracking chip inside his body. He continues to pray that his message will be heeded and that the Jihad genocide plot never comes to fruition.
New novelist Ted Habib tells his life story in the novel Jihad Genocide.
It is the story of a plan Jihadists have for the genocide of nonbelievers of Islam.
The Jihadists December 31st plan for a massive death toll.
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.