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New Jihadists & Islam By Daniel (Ghasem) Akbari
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Have you ever thought that a cool-looking young kid might actually be a Jihadist? Daniel Akbari, a Sharia lawyer, a criminologist, and an Islamic expert analyses the most controversial Islamic issues... More > related to the new generation of jihadists in the United States. He speaks from the authority of being an Islamic Mujtahid who has studied in Qom, the holiest city in Iran and the center of learning and teaching for Shia Islam. No matter how much you know about Islam, you will find something useful in this book to increase your knowledge about Islam and the new generation of Jihadists in the United States. Daniel (Ghasem) Akbari was born and raised in Iran. He studied law at Tehran University Law School in Qom, Iran. After graduation he became a lawyer and a member of the Iranian Bar Association. Daniel practiced law as a Number One attorney and handled many cases before the Iranian Supreme Court. He immigrated to the United States and pursued his education in criminology.< Less
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Have you ever thought that a cool-looking young kid might actually be a Jihadist? Daniel Akbari, a Sharia lawyer, a criminologist, and an Islamic expert analyses the most controversial Islamic issues... More > related to the new generation of jihadists in the United States. He speaks from the authority of being an Islamic Mujtahid who has studied in Qom, the holiest city in Iran and the center of learning and teaching for Shia Islam. No matter how much you know about Islam, you will find something useful in this book to increase your knowledge about Islam and the new generation of Jihadists in the United States. Daniel (Ghasem) Akbari was born and raised in Iran. He studied law at Tehran University Law School in Qom, Iran. After graduation he became a lawyer and a member of the Iranian Bar Association. Daniel practiced law as a Number One attorney and handled many cases before the Iranian Supreme Court. He immigrated to the United States and pursued his education in criminology.< Less