CYPRESS, Texas (PRWEB)
June 13, 2017
Ammar Alghamdi considers himself as a Muslim believer who hates the Saudi Arabian version of Islam. He believes that the royal family perpetuated the great amount of injustice, humiliation and persecution to the people of Saudi Arabia. It inspired him in writing “Guardian of the Holy Land” (published by Xlibris).
This book is about the untold stories of the place which damaged Alghamdi’s life and others lives as well. For him, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a country where people are brainwashed and its regime has created the school of terrorism. It discusses about some of the royal family who Alghamdi thinks fooled many people and made fun of many of their locals by stealing their wealth and health. It is a short book, but very informative about what he thinks is the worst, most damaging country the world has right now. He believes a dramatic change should take place in the said kingdom.
“In my book, I have tried to be fair, and I have tried not to forget saying all that I have seen and experienced while living in the kingdom of hellfire called Saudi Arabia,” Alghamdi says. “My mouth was shut for many, many years; my brain was degraded for so long. This little book is written to release my pressure and to educate others about the life in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.”
Alghamdi hopes more people will change and correct their ideas about Al Saud and Saudi Arabians, who might be the largest group of silent victims in today’s modern world slavery. Through the publication of this book, he wants to spread awareness among the people of Arabia by telling them the untold story of the Saudi people.
“Guardian of the Holy Land”
By Ammar Alghamdi
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 108 pages | ISBN 9781524583842
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 108 pages | ISBN…