Allegiance to God and Corps

The Life Experiences of a Military Muslim
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  • Published: March 2011
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 220
  • Size: 6x9
  • ISBN: 9781426958229
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Allegiance to God and Corps is a memoir that explores the life experiences of Hafiz Naim Ali Camp, a US Marine who converted to Islam when he was a staff sergeant in 1994. He shares sixteen years of experiences, both positive and negative, as he took advantage of the opportunity to meet diverse groups of people and to share stories about their families and cultures. Of all the places he visited, the two that had the biggest impact on him were Palestine and Bosnia, because of the atrocities the people experienced under the ruling forces that governed each of them. He recalls firsthand stories from two Bosnian brothers who fought in the Bosnian War as teenagers and who went on to become marines. Camp also talks about his relationships and experiences with six military Muslim chaplains—four in the navy, one in the air force, and one in the army. All of these stories provide a vivid picture of what it’s like to be a Muslim in the US military, as well as the challenges it brings each day. Finally, he writes about the tragic events of 9/11, Fort Hood, and the controversial Ground Zero Masjid incidents that have had a devastating impact on the Muslim communities world-wide.

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