Arab-Islamic Groups and Organizations (From Muhammad to the present)
Publisher : Ingram/Lightningsource
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US- based Iraq native, Saul Silas Fathi, releases educational and informative book of Arab-Islamic Groups and Organizations.

While his childhood saw him smuggled from Iraq to Israel, Saul Silas Fathi’s iron-clad spirit did not stop him from immigrating to the US and serving as a high-level executive with many Fortune-500 companies. Now in retirement but determined to achieve further success, Fathi has used his world-class abilities to compile an enlightening book of Arab-Islamic Groups and Organizations, from Muhammad to the present.

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For Immediate Release
New York, U.S.A. - After a hugely-successful career that defines the American Dream, Mr. Fathi has now turned his hand to an even bigger task – compiling the information for a ground-breaking new book, Arab-Islamic Groups and Organizations (From Muhammad to the present). (ISBN#978-1-62620-377-8)

Synopsis:
The Islamic faith is embraced by over 1.6 billion people. Arabic is the official language of 22 Arab countries, spoken by nearly 400 million people. The original Qur’an was written in Arabic and the 5 daily prayers must be recited in Arabic by all Muslims all over the world.



The Story Behind This Book
While his childhood saw him smuggled from Iraq to Israel, Saul Silas Fathi’s iron-clad spirit did not stop him from immigrating to the US and serving as a high-level executive with many Fortune-500 companies. Now in retirement but determined to achieve further success, Fathi has used his world-class abilities to compile an enlightening book of Arab-Islamic Groups and Organizations, from Muhammad to the present.




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Saul Silas Fathi
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