Author's Debut Unveils Startling Revelations About Terrorism

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Former "Lost Boy" John Langbany Ruot hopes his book, "I Duck My Way Out: I Refused to Become Muslim" will save others around the world.

As a child, John Langbany Ruot watched as members of his family and village in the Sudan were murdered by the northern Sudanese. Shortly thereafter, at the age of 13, he fled with thousands of other young boys--dubbed "The Lost Boys"--across the Desert of Tuling and into Panyido, Ethiopia. He soon became a child soldier, fighting against the northern Sudanese and their leaders, who believed in murdering black Christians in southern Sudan to make Sudan an Islamic country. In the author's newly released book, "I Duck My Way Out: I Refused to Become Muslim" (paperback, 978-1-60477-740-6; hardcover, 978-1-60477-741-3), the author hopes to inform the world about terrorism and the true motives behind such leaders as Osama Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein, Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir, and Dr. Hussein al-Turabi.

Says Ruot, "The people in this book have killed so many people around the world, and not a lot of people know about them. Here is what they do: murder, arson, rape, and massacre. They all work together."

Throughout his career as a soldier, Ruot says God kept him alive. Even though he made it through all of this, he is still fighting the Arabs today as a sergeant in the US Army. "I don't give up hope to save other people around the world," he says. "The world needs to know about what Saddam Hussein, Osama al-Bashir, and Dr. Hussein al-Turabi were doing."

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 5,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order "I Duck My Way Out" through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. Salem Communications is the country's leading Christian communications company with interests in radio, Internet, and magazine publishing.


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