A Muslim in Ferguson : Jihad in Our Time From America to ISIS Available Book 1 Now .
Tea Party Twelver and The Muslim Brothers a novel by Umar Lee
John Sharp is an angry white Iraq War veteran, returning home to find to his dismay that a black man, Barack Hussein Obama, is elected president. Unable to find work, isolated, and watching his suburban white St. Louis neighborhood turning black, John turns to The Tea Party Twelvers for the solutions to America’s problems. Idris and Jihad are two African-American Muslim brothers, family men, who supplement their livelihoods by committing robberies, justifying them as acts of jihad. Muhammad Khan is a Rohingya Muslim from Burma. Facing unending persecution in his home country, he escaped with his family to find asylum in America, starting over in a grimy urban St. Louis neighborhood. The paths of these men cross with tumultuous, life changing consequences.
An expanded and edited version of the Rise and Fall of the Salafi Dawah in a book format is to be released soon insha’Allah.
Dunya Dust available for 99 cents at the Kindle Store!
Four Muslim brothers in St. Louis form a bond of brotherhood while hustling in the “milk game”. When one of the brothers, a young refugee from Somalia, commits a brutal murder in the Shaw Neighborhood on the South Side, the other brothers have to help and cover it up. A tale of brotherhood, race, the streets of St. Louis, city cops and Islam.