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Donald W. Tucker served nearly 25 years in the United States Secret Service. His career in law enforcement began as an undercover agent for the Federal Bureau of Narcotics (now called the DEA) and being appointed to the position of U.S. Marshal for the State of Arizona. Tucker’s journey from the ghetto on the South Side of Chicago to rising through the ranks to become one of America’s foremost federal law enforcement administrators and reformers was not easy and is chronicled in the new book The Two-Edged Sword.
M. Salahuddin Khan is an expert on American-Af-Pak issues. Born in Pakistan, he grew up in England and moved to the U.S. as an adult. After 9/11, as a Muslim living in America, Khan became involved with Muslim issues. In 2006, he became publisher of the highly regarded ISLAMICA Magazine. Two years later, he co-produced a movie short called The Boundary, which dealt with issues of mistaken identity and misunderstanding at a border crossing into the U.S. His multiple-award-winning debut novel SIKANDER released in August 2010.SIKANDER is about a Pakistani youth’s dream of coming to America, and his tumultuous path from being a 1980s mujahideen fighter against the Russians in Afghanistan to a post-9/11 executive in corporate America.
Khan hosts a talk show about Muslim issues on Radio Islam. He has also appeared on many radio and TV programs, and his opinion pieces have been published in The Huffington Post online and in The San Francisco Chronicle print edition.
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