My Year Inside Radical Islam: A Memoir

My Year Inside Radical Islam: A Memoir
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My year inside radical Islam is a memory from the first spiritual and political seduction. Raised in liberal Ashland, Oregon, by parents who had been Jewish by birth but dismissive of strict dogma, Gartenstein-Ross converted to Islam in college, a method that began with Daveed desire to communicate with both religious and spiritual practice and ultimately led him to sympathize with the most extreme interpretations of the faith with the most radical political implications. During the years following graduation, Gartenstein-Ross went to work for Al Haramain Islamic Foundation, a charity dedicated to promoting Wahhabism, a strict form of Islam Saudi Arabia, a source of theological inspiration for several terrorist groups, which includes al-Qaida. Shortly following he left Al Haramain, when his own fanaticism had disappeared from the Foundation was commissioned by the Government of the United States for a program of laundering cash that was apparently intended to finance terrorist organizations. Gartenstein-Ross, a lawyer at this time My Year Inside Radical Islam: A Memoir

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