This book was a last minute pick up at the library the other day, and how glad I am that I picked it up! This is Zak Ebrahim's The Terrorist's Son: A Story of Choice.
Zak was seven when his father was arrested for the murder of a famous and beloved rabbi in New York City. His father had grown increasingly radicalized throughout his childhood, and it culminated in his organizing the first World Trade Center attack from his prison cell in 1993. Growing up with an abusive step-father and pushed to be as radicalized as his father, Zak decided as a young man to move away from hate. It was too exhausting.
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