They Say We Are Infidels: On the Run from ISIS with Persecuted Christians from Iraq and Syria
By Mindy Belz / Tyndale House
They Say We Are Infidels shines light into the Middle East through stories of everyday people who refuse to be silenced. This fascinating book is a great read for anyone looking to learn more about the complex dynamics at play in war-torn Iraq and Syria. Learn where these terrorists came from, what can be done to stop them, and what they’re doing to the Christians who’ve lived in the Middle East for generations. 272 pages, hardcover.
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They Say We Are Infidels brings knowledge and awareness to a world that otherwise may have been blind to the ongoing events in the Middle East, as well as its past history associated with those events. Not the events posted on the television, but those events which affect every day people in their once peaceful lives. Through experiences and interviews, detailed accounts are able to be brought into the light.
Routines and activities which are often taken for granted here in the United States are but dreams and hopes to the Christians residing in the Middle East. It is hard to even imagine putting oneself in the shoes of any one person written about in They Say We Are Infidels. Reading about the many types of conditions affecting Middle Eastern people makes any bad day in the United States a good day.
I recommend They Say We Are Infidels.