by Rob Kerby, Senior Editor
Yousef grew up in a wealthy Islamic fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood home in Egypt. His father led meetings three times a week to read the Quran and made it mandatory to attend the call to prayer, the azan, at the local mosque. As a youngster Yousef felt privileged to be born into such a family. But as a teenager, he started having misgivings about everything he'd been taught.
A distorted view»