Raised in a radical Muslim household in England, Kasim Hafeez faced an upbringing where his father openly praised Adolf Hitler, instilling in him a deep-seated hatred for Jews and Israel. At one point, Kasim contemplated joining an Islamic terror group in Pakistan.

However, a turning point occurred when he stumbled upon Alan Dershowitz’s book, “The Case for Israel,” initially intending to debunk its contents. As he delved into the book, his perspective gradually shifted, leading to a change of heart.

Now a converted Christian, Kasim advocates for harmony and love towards Israel. He is actively involved in Christians United for Israel (CUFI), a group dedicated to fostering closer ties between Christians and Israel.