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  • I am N Book

    This inspiring and challenging book shares 50 true stories of Christians facing Islamic extremists.
    I Am N reminds us that wherever we live, we are the brothers and sisters of those who are persecuted. So come meet them and their families. Read their stories. Learn from them, pray for them and deepen your faith in a God who gives us the courage to love even our persecutors. (Paperback, 304 pages)
  • Into the Den of Infidels


    Compiled by The Voice of the Martyrs

    After years of railing against God, Khalil was caught by a love that wouldn’t let him go. Unable to bear the struggle any longer, he cried out to God to know the truth. He gave his heart to the One who filled his inner being with joy. Read the compelling stories of eight Muslim converts in Egypt – the intellectual capital of Islam – as they persevered until they discovered the truth. (Hardcover, 172 pages)

  • Iran’s Great Awakening


    Dr Hormoz Shariat

    In the mid-1980s, Dr. Hormoz Shariat and his wife prayed, “Lord, use us to save Iran!” His passion to bless Muslims stems, in part, due to the murder of his brother Hamraz, who was arrested in Iran at the age of 16 on a minor political charge. After two years in jail, the teen was executed by a firing squad. God showed Dr. Shariat that the best way to respond to this tragedy is to dedicate his life to bringing one million Muslims to salvation in Christ.

    In his book, Iran’s Great Awakening, Dr. Shariat takes readers on a journey out of bondage to freedom in Christ. Learn what the Bible says about Iran and why this Middle Eastern country is right at the cusp of something big, eternal, and of a great historical proportion — something that is already unfolding! God impressed on his heart, “I am going to do a great work in Iran and change that nation forever, and I am giving you the honour to be a part of it.”

  • Once an Arafat Man

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    Tass Saada with Dean Merrill
    At age 17, Tass Saada ran away from home to become a sniper for the Palestine Liberation Organization and chauffeur for the late President Arafat. Having grown up as a refugee in Saudi Arabia, his difficult circumstances taught him to hate. Like other Palestinians, his hatred – and his rifle – were aimed squarely at Israel during that time. Tass’ story could have ended tragically but he was destined for greater things. It testifies of his ultimate triumph over hatred, division and conflict through the power of God’s love and reconciliation. (Paperback, 233 pages)
  • The Mind of Terror

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    Tass Saada with Dean Marshall

    What motivates terrorists? What’s taking place in their minds to cause them to commit such horrific atrocities – the bombings, the massacres, and the suicide attacks? Tass Saada, whose testimony is featured in Once an Arafat Man, provides answers to these perplexing questions as he delves into ‘the mind of terror,’ explaining what motivates extremist groups throughout the Middle East. A former Muslim, and a one-time sniper with Yasser Arafat’s Fatah organization, Tass has lived it himself. Not only does he describe the motivations and aspirations of militants in the Middle East, he also outlines a peaceful solution. The good news is that we can plant seeds of hope that will transform not only the Middle East, but also our increasingly diverse neighbourhoods. (Paperback, 233 pages)


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