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Zak Ebrahim

Author of The terrorist's son

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Zak Ebrahim was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on March 24, 1983, the son of an Egyptian industrial engineer and an American teacher.  When Ebrahim was seven, his father shot and killed the found or the Jewish Defense League, Rabbi Meir Kahane.  From behind bars Ebrahim's father, El-Sayyid Nosair, co-masterminded the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center.  Ebrahim spent the rest of his childhood moving from city to city, winding his identity from those who knew of his father.  He now dedicates his life to speaking out against terrorism and spreading his message of peace and nonviolence.  In 2013, he participated in TED's talent search in New York City, and was selected to speak at the main TED Conference the following year.  [from The Terrorist's Son (2014)]
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