Abu Al-Hool

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It is a vexing paradox that the coarsest and most sinful among us often become the most pious: itinerants, nomads, wanderers; young men banished from their homelands, lost to their parents; and older men like myself, strangers to our own families – we were all lost, in the world's eyes – and yet, at the same time, possessed of a deceptive resiliency, like the new spring wood best suited for fashioning into arrows.feedback
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Apr 28 2017 Afghanistan
Abu Al-Hool has most recently been quoted in an article called Brian Van Reet’s ‘Spoils’ moves fiction about the Iraq War into new territory. Abu Al-Hool said, “It is a vexing paradox that the coarsest and most sinful among us often become the most pious: itinerants, nomads, wanderers; young men banished from their homelands, lost to their parents; and older men like myself, strangers to our own families – we were all lost, in the world's eyes – and yet, at the same time, possessed of a deceptive resiliency, like the new spring wood best suited for fashioning into arrows.”.
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