The American Dream is alive and well in this memoir of a Muslim immigrant from
India who arrived planning to start a business, working so hard toward his
personal goals that he even pumped gas and sold vacuum cleaners door to door.
Victor Begg successfully built a thriving, regional chain of furniture stores.
Along the way, he discovered that America's greatest promise lies in building
healthy communities with our neighbors.
In one book, I have come to understand much more about Islam, its followers and
its teachings, Rabbi Bruce Benson writes in the book's Foreword. I've come to
realize that the challenges Muslim immigrants have faced are