Skip to comments.Dan Hill Memoir Published - ''A LIFE OF BLOOD AND DANGER''
Posted on 03/14/2014 9:52:50 AM PDT by Lexington Green
From his early childhood, Dan Hill wanted to be a soldier. At the age of 15, he forged his birth certificate and enlisted in the United States Army. By the time he was 22 he had seen action as a covert sniper in the Hungarian Revolution, a paratrooper during the Lebanon invasion, an infiltrator during the Algerian Revolt, a gunrunner to Cuba, an undercover mercenary in the Congo and he had killed more than 200 men. That's when he stopped counting. That was before two tours in Vietnam, before fighting with the Mujahedin in Afghanistan, before going undercover to spy on Islamic and domestic terrorist groups, before predicting both attacks on the World Trade Center, before doing all those deeds that he officially did not do. Dan Hill has truly lived A Life of Blood and Danger.
-- Jim Morris
He sounds like Rambo on steroids. I will look up the book, thank you!
“Most interesting man in the world”.
There is a lot to admire about Dan but his conversion to Islam leaves me with a bad taste in my mouth.
My take on Dan’s conversion to Islam is that he was motivated by a soldier’s need ‘’to know thy enemy better than yourself’’. Dan became Muslim so he could hunt them better.
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