Amenah is a first person narrative of the life of a woman who has experienced severe loss—a woman who has gone through grief some people cannot even begin to fathom. This is the story of a woman who, through her faith, succeeded in moving past her grief and into a newer and better life. Metwally’s Amenah shows readers that God is the answer to any individual or entity that would use religion to sow hatred and discord amongst the people; it shows that it is mankind’s responsibility to live together, understand each other, and treat each other with respect. The story stresses the importance of putting a stop to the influence of entities that take advantage of man’s freedoms to destroy the values and morality of society. Metwally brings readers an eye-opening and inspiring message through a heart-warming and touching story about surviving the bitter blows of life. For more information on this book, log on to www. Xlibris.com. Abdel Metwally was born in Egypt. He received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Alexandria University and his master’s degree in business administration from Long Island University. He is a certified hotel administrator from the Institute of American Hotel Association. He is the author of Be Honest Book.
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