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nihon
01-08-2017, 06:04 AM
Alslamo Alaekom brothers and sisters,

Muslims have not only provide guidance to humanity for the only true religion and way of life out there, they've also freed enslaved nations from tyrant christian regime conquest like Persian and Romans.
The devil's media army is controlling the narrative and calling mulsims 'bloody' for the wars muslims did in the 7th century, and they never say the truth about the Byzantine or Western Roman enslavement to other nations and how Muslims really freed those nations and gave them freedom to choose their religion.

Now provided with the power of internet, we can tell and support the true narrative.
The wars waged by muslims agains romans and persians, were a freedom war to give the people the opportunity to choose to revert to Islam the true religion.
Egypt as an example which was under Roman conquest for about 700 years, and the Egyptians were tortured, enslaved, forced to follow the tyrant christian Roman emperor religion, forced to pay heavy taxation to the Romans, persecuted, fed to the lions and faced all horrible things you can and can't imagine.
The heroic muslim army sacrificed for the sake of Allah to free the Egyptians from that enslavement and give them the opportunity to participate in political life, the right to be treated as humans, which they were deprived from during the tyrant christian Roman conquest.
It was a real freedom war, and muslims were real freedom fighters, unlike the modern western so called 'freedom fighters'!

Bride of the Nile is a novel written by Islamic Scholar Sheikh Mohsen who is Imam in Japan for more than 10 years. It tells the story of the Egyptian people under the Byzantine, then the muslims role.
Stranger Games converted the novel into an into an immersive novel, which can be downloaded here.
https://indiegamestand.com/store/375...e-of-the-nile/

A work in progress game is being created based on the same novel which is already greenlit on steam, and I hope there are news soon from the game.
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfile...32950&result=1

I hope you find it useful.

Jazakom Allah Khaera
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