Meet Sajid. A university student who at first, shows the courage to accept the truth when it is presented to him, and who then embarks on a journey to confront the lies that had once led him astray. He systematically takes apart the misleading questions that are posed to create unease in the hearts of common believers. Questions that – once analyzed – reveal no rational foundation, and rely purely on aggresssive rhetoric and shock-value to have any kind of impact.
Unlike his opponents, Sajid never resorts to name-calling or using foul language, nor does he ever present false evidence. And by the end of the book, it is made clear that such underhanded tactics are more of a hallmark of the callers to disbelief.
The truth is not a democracy. Just because the majority of the people in a particular community believe in something, does not nessessarily make it true. To be able to see past the webs of deceit spun by the preachers of falsehood, one needs to be brave enough to go wherever the proofs lead him. So read Paradoxical Sajid only if you are as courageous as Sajid is. And be ready to have your concept of reality shaken to the core.