ABOUT THE BOOK
The Muslims living in the North America, while enjoying the economic prosperity, not only have to worry about their religion, what they eat, whom their children socialize with, and where to find female doctors for their wives, but also about the well-being of the Muslims all over the world. This book is a humorous reflection on how Muslims go about conducting their affairs in the North America and showcases their cultural practices.
“Some who do not like the dark moon, but do not want to go through the hassle of seeing it, say “Not that soon. Give me light, not Bud Light, the sunlight. Give the sun a chance to shine some light on it.”
“We were hoping that, when the angels wake him up by calling his name in Arabic, my friend will not get up in a panic and bump his head on the concrete ceiling. Then he would be dead for good – actually for bad, since he would then not be going to Paradise.”
“Once again to give him the final push, we regrouped in phalanx formation and started yelling the answers. We were hoping that he heard the answers and answered the questions correctly. Once again I was wondering why we did not use a bullhorn instead of yelling or even leave a cell phone in his grave with speaker on.”
About the Author
The author is an engineer, an inventor, an educationist, a writer, a public speaker, a poet, a satirist, and a humorist, but has yet to figure out what he wants to be when he grows up.
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Author’s Website: http://mahmoodjawaid.com
U.S.A. $20.00 Hardcover