The novel "Man from the East" has a high inspirational content. It is a strong drama describing true love between Ali, the Egyptian Muslim, and Diana the American Christian. The novel describes the everlasting differences between East and West from the standpoint of religion, dealings, economics as well as several other aspects of life. The differences were emphasized through a strong drama carrying within ardent love, agony, loss, power, murder, support, alienation, hatred, yearning and compassion. It is a strong romance expressing true love, agony and power played out in the sophisticated American business and political life. The novel cuts through the differences between Islamic and Christian cultures aiming at getting them near one another.

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Brothers Khan

In olden time, in the land of Punjab, lived a widowed wealthy man by the name of Misra in his vast farm with his three daughters Mahudri, Ashwaria and Sonam. The farm was run by a loyal farmer called Abed Khan. Abed lived with his wife and his three sons Sharu, Salman and Fawad in a nearby village. They all lived in a small mud-brick cottage. Each season after harvest Abed drove the wagons to the market to sell the crops. In one of these trips to the market, the bandit Agni and his brother Ramesh with their gang attacked the convoy and killed Abed and the farmers driving the other wagons. Abed’s sons swore to avenge their father’s death. The three brothers replaced their father and took care of the farm. They fell in love with Misra’s daughters. Brothers Khan asked Misra for his daughters hand in marriage but he refused claiming that they were poor and his daughters must marry rich men of their high status. Mahudri the big sister was coerced to marry a sadist drunkard who belonged to a big family in the region. He tortured her physically and mentally and ruined her life. The two other sisters rejected arranged marriage and opposed their father because they loved Sharu’s brothers. Fearing his daughters might run away with their lovers and marry men of lower status, Misra kicked the brothers out of the farm. The brothers left the farm and lived in their clay hut in their village. Agni the bandit and his brother Ramesh raided the farm. The farm was burned to the ground. Farmers were killed and women abducted and raped. Mahudri’s vicious husband was killed during the rade. Misra’s two daughters Sonam and Ashwaria were abducted by Agni and Ramesh. The girls were taken to the bandits’ hideout home where they were beaten and raped. Misra ran to brothers Khan asking for help. They came to his rescue. They saved the two girls and returned them safe home. They rebuilt the ruined farm, then launched a terrible war against the bandits, killed Agni and Ramesh, and restored peace. The brothers Khan married the three girls and all lived happily ever after.

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After September 11, 2001 and the so many insults launched against the religion of Islam, the author decided to write several books about Islam. The books are destined to remove the blinkers which have rendered it difficult for many westerners to understand Islam. The books honestly present the facts about Islam without sugarcoating. The books are not anti-anything but falsehood. It is not the author's purpose at all to make compromise between Islam and other religions, but rather to show the differences, and what is required to understanding the proper worship of Allah, the only Creator of the universe.

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The novel, "Spanish Tale" talks about the scientific achievements of the Muslims in Spain thus paving the way to the age of the Renaissance. This tremendous historical achievement was narrated through a strong drama carrying within hatred and ardent love between a strong Arabian king ruling over most of the Spanish provinces and a Spanish queen ruling over a small dominion.

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Due to my belief that both novels could be successfully produced as movie pictures or TV series, I also wrote "Man From The East" as TV series and "Spanish Tale" as a movie picture.
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Downfall is multinational because its setting is the world. Downfall is not just another fictitious ordinary novel, it is mostly a virtual reality novel based on documented political events that happened in our time. The book is highly romantic, political, social, and religious. Downfall is a scream rebelling against injustice. The torn Middle East shouts for peace. Downfall deals with the arrogance of power now trying to control the world without resorting to international legitimateness. Downfall is about the ruthless war against Islam without any logical reason. The novel exposes the western plot (The New Middle East) against the Middle East aiming at dividing it into religious and ethnic factions and sects living in small sectors without borders, so that the West could draw the map of the Middle East in accordance with its geostrategic needs and objectives. This vicious plan has led to millions of deaths, displacements and refugees now scattered on the borders of three countries without food or water. The blindsiding of Ameica with Israel against the Palestinians and America's illegitimate war in Iraq are emphasized. The marriage between Zionism and the Christian Right, and its influence on the White House and American foreign policy, especially in the Middle East, is highlighted. This baseless contorted marriage spreads Islamophobia in America and threatens the solidarity of the American nation. The distorted political and religious fabric of America and its bad influence on America and the Middle East is also pinpointed. Downfall shows that political Islam, which is mainly a response to the occupation and exploitation of the Arab land by the West, is not the only threat to world peace, but also political Christianity, which America adopts against the Muslim world. By relying only on military power and political interest to run the globe, leaving behind thousands of victims and ruined homes, America is travelling away from its integrity and forgetting the fact that she has drawn upon herself Allah's wrath. Economic deterioration has been snapping her feeble body from the inside for several decades now. The collapse of America's huge global corporations and stock market, civil unrest, drought, natural disasters, and the deterioration in America's ethical manners on all fronts are clear examples of such divine wrath. The perpetrators seem to forget that Allah does not love oppression and that His eyes sleep not. The events of the novel are played out by Omar, the Egyptian commando who was assigned later as the Egyptian ambassador to the United States, and Elizabeth, the daughter of the President of the United States, a human rights activist, who shared with Omar a sincere love and the fight for establishing peace and justice in a torn world.

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