'Ashhadu (I Attest) is a tale of devotion to duty, adventure, and romance. It begins on September 11, 2001, with the attack on the World Trade Center, ending on May 2, 2011, with the execution of Osama Bin-Laden. In the course of his journey, the author brings to light, inter alia, the differences between American history, society, and law and those of Iran and ‘Ash-Shari‘ah ‘Islam (the Canon Law of Islam). The narrator is an Iranian Islamic law judge who had immigrated to the United States with his wife. His tale begins in New York City. Seeking justice for the killing of his wife, once again he finds himself entangled in the chaos of the Middle East. Narrating their previous life together, unfolding his reasons for charging the conspirators under Islamic law with murder and terrorism, and his pursuit of them, he concludes with their apprehension, the sentences he imposes, and their execution, ending in Abbottabad, Pakistan.
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