The Love

by Soborno Isaac Bari



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/15/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 82
ISBN : 9781728301969
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 82
ISBN : 9781728301952

About the Book

The Love is a book about Soborno Isaac Bari, a four-year-old Muslim child who launched a campaign to create a world without terrorism. The book is divided into two parts: (1) Soborno’s fight with Imams to change their perception on non-Muslims and (2) his fights with Muslim Americans to denounce terrorism and be patriotic. Millions of people joined his campaign across the world—especially people in Bangladesh where two young Muslim students, Sadiyan Lima (Dhaka University) and Marjia Farzana (Jahangirnagar University), led the movement on behalf of their respective universities. It inspired many people, including Zahid Hossain and Safir Biplob and his son, to stand against the terror of the Islamic State. Zahid published Soborno’s biography, while Safir and his son went to 64,000 villages in Bangladesh posting 64,000 posters. Meanwhile, Uday Bengali made a documentary, I Love Christmas, which created an anti-terrorism movement around Bangladesh that is based on the philosophy of Soborno.

About the Author

Soborno Isaac Bari is a six-year-old student enrolled in gifted and talented program in New York City. In 2014, Dr. Lisa Coico, president of City College of New York, gave him the title “Einstein of our time.” In 2016, President Obama gave him recognition for being able to solve advanced math, physics, chemistry, and computer science problems. Sir John Bercow, Speaker of British Parliament, wrote, “I would like to congratulate Soborno Isaac for his remarkable academic achievements which have come to the attention of such luminaries as President Obama and Dr. Lisa Coico, amongst others.” On May 2, 2018, Soborno Isaac received recognition from Dr. Drew Gilpin Faust, the president of Harvard University. Soborno Isaac is currently working on two projects: he is creating Nazrul, which is a humanoid robot, and collaborating with Dr. Daniel Kabat, an MIT (The Massachusetts Institute of Technology) scientist, on a new book titled The Black Holes