Sometimes we think that we are able to accomplish something because of the divine help we receive.
Two projects in my life weren’t an easy decision.
Publication of In the light of Seerah was not an easy decision. I felt extreme anxiety and prayed hard. I will admit that I was able to do it because Allah wanted me to do it.
The second is the Publication of Wounds of War. It wasn’t easy either.
Both these books mean responsibility but Alhamdulillah Allah made me do it!
I am revealing the final cover of “Wounds of War.”
Age: 8 onwards (I recommend it for everyone not just the kids)
When humanity struggles for power and prestige at the expense of its own children, stories come forth from the midst of such terrors as genocide, ethnic cleansing and forceful occupation clothed in innocent faces and tearful voices.
Children are most strongly affected in these dire circumstances. This leads us to the stories of Sara, Fatima, Hammad, and Ali. Their individual stories of heartbreak and pain lead them to Dr. Kamran’s research center, where they have one last opportunity to heal the wounds of war that bleed inside them.
Their lives weave together in this place to show readers that we are not the only ones who have been affected by such terrors. As we survive tragedies to find our world upside down, we all search for a balm to comfort our broken hearts.
Read on to discover if these four orphaned children might heal as they test the ultimate question we often ask ourselves:
Is war the only solution?
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