An Ishmael of Syria by Asaad Almohammad - $6.99

An Ishmael of Syria. Kindle Version!

By Asaad Almohammad (Writer)



Adam is a tortured soul. Exiled from his homeland, pressured to observe the horrors unfold from afar. His household, nonetheless dwelling – or surviving – in war-torn Syria wrestle every day to feed, dress, and educate their kids.


Adam tries to be a ‘world citizen’ and turn out to be part of his new group in Malaysia, however is consistently confronted with intolerance, bigotry, and plain outdated racism. Alternatives are few and Adam finds himself working lengthy hours for poor pay in order that he might help his household.


The more and more distressing information bulletins, together with Adam’s haunting childhood reminiscences, compel him to look at his personal beliefs; in God, in humanity, in himself and his integrity as a reluctant bystander within the worst human disaster of the twenty-first century.


An Ishmael of Syria Kindle Edition




“This could not be a timelier e-book, although, and its energy derives from the daring, uncompromising method it tells the reality a few world in peril of being misplaced to chaos.” — Kirkus Opinions

Concerning the Writer


Born within the 80s, Asaad Almohammad was raised in Ar-Raqqa, Syria. A member of the Worldwide Society of Political Psychology and a analysis fellow.
He has spent years coordinating and dealing on analysis tasks throughout the Center East and North Africa.
To this point he has addressed a variety of psychological points of civil unrest, post-conflict reconciliation, and deradicalisation.
In his spare time Asaad carefully follows political affairs, particularly humanitarian crises and electoral campaigns. He’s particularly all in favour of immigration points.
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