Jihadist-turned-Zionist, like book that changed his mind, makes case for Israel
NEW YORK—In 2000, as a young teenager on a trip to Pakistan to visit family, Muslim ex-radical Kasim Hafeez saw violence praised and “learned” that America, the Jews, and Israel were behind all wars and world difficulties.
Back home in Nottingham in the United Kingdom, he found hate was rampant. Material was openly displayed in bookstores and the promotion of violent jihad was a routine part of Muslim student activities. He “rather proudly” considered himself a radical.
At university, he campaigned against Israel, promoting—and believing—that “all evils” trace back to Israel and the United States. He planned to return to Pakistan and join Al Qaeda.
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