Go Back To Your Country Is an Inspirational 21st Century Immigration Story; Author Issa Musharbash Overcame Odds to Go from Below Minimum Wage Worker to CEO

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At the age of 12, Issa Musharbash, an immigrant from Jordan, was beaten bloody on the streets of Jersey City in a heinous, hate crime. During the attack, one of the assailants further tormented him by saying, “Go back to your country!” But the United States was, in fact, his country. And his American dream would not be denied—today. Musharbash is the founder and CEO of Provident Legacy and its family of companies, operating a top real estate brokerage, a New Jersey real estate licensing school, an award-winning film company and real estate development company.

Issa Musharbash shares his story as a Jordanian immigrant finding the American dream despite hardships, trials, tribulations and prejudice in his book "Go Back To Your Country."

"The things that have worked for me are having a relentless work ethic as a way to achieve your dreams, a strong faith foundation to ground me when I endured challenges and people like my mother and my mentor who believed in me.”

At the age of 12, Issa Musharbash, an immigrant from Jordan, was beaten bloody on the streets of Jersey City in a heinous, hate crime. During the attack, one of the assailants further tormented him by saying, “Go back to your country!” But the United States was, in fact, his country. And his American dream would not be denied—today. Musharbash is the founder and CEO of Provident Legacy and its family of companies, operating a top real estate brokerage, a New Jersey real estate licensing school, an award-winning film company and real estate development company.

In "Go Back To Your Country (or Stay and Defy All Odds)," Musharbash chronicles an amazing first-person account of how he overcame hardships, trials, tribulations, and prejudice. In addition to being a captivating immigration story, "Go Back To Your Country" is a practical book about family, faith, and business. There is even a love story intertwined.

Musharbash wrote this book to present a specific message not only to his family but to his audiences.

“I defied the odds by working hard against everything that I encountered in my life as an immigrant to this great country,” he said. “The things that have worked for me are having a relentless work ethic as a way to achieve your dreams, a strong faith foundation to ground me when I endured challenges and people like my mother and my mentor who believed in me.”

Community leaders and business leaders are praising Musharbash’s book. “Go Back To Your Country is the immigration story of the 21st century,” said Willie Alfonso, Spanish chaplain of the New York Yankees.

“Go Back To Your Country is an awe-inspiring book,” said Jimmy Davis, mayor of Bayonne, New Jersey. In writing his first book, Musharbash sought to detail his “legacy” to his three children and let them know that with hard work, perseverance, and faith, anything is possible. He also wants readers to not only be inspired by his story, but likewise dream big dreams or rekindle dreams that may have been forsaken. That’s the kind of contagious hope that abounds in "Go Back To Your Country."

"Go Back To Your Country (or Stay and Defy All Odds)" is available at GoBacktoYourCountry.com.

About Issa Musharbash:
Author, speaker, father, entrepreneur, and community leader — Issa Musharbash is a recognized leader and founder of Provident Legacy and its family of companies. His iconic book "Go Back To Your Country" surfaces conversations of immigration, leadership, entrepreneurship, and the transformative story of an immigrant boy from Jordan who settled in the United States. The story of finding family, love, and faith resulted from his own adversity serves as the American immigrant story of the 21st Century. For information about Musharbash and "Go Back To Your Country (or Stay and Defy All Odds)," visit GoBacktoYourCountry.com.

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