Arabian Knights - Volume 2 by Aisha Bilal
(Knights of Arabia)

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Whether you’re interested in anthropology, theology or just plain old fashioned adventure, you're sure to find a story you like in this fun second installment of the narrative history series "Knights of Arabia".

This books contains the following:

Story #1: Zaid bin Amr resurrects an extinct Monotheistic religion and practices it despite the ridicule and harassment of his peers.

Story #2: Abd Al-Muttalib re-discovers the fabled lost Well of Zamzam when he follows cryptic instructions he received in a dream.

Story #3: Abdullah bin Jada'an is exiled by his people only to stumble across the tombs of the tribe of Jurhum and their hidden treasures.

Story #4: Without starting a blood feud, Abu Talib must deal with a cowardly man who murdered one of his kinsman.

Story #5: The Viceroy of Yemen marches north to destroy the Ka'aba and is angered by Abd Al-Muttalib's philosophical reaction.

Story #6: Duraid reluctantly comes to admire a youthful warrior who defends the person of an unknown woman against Duraid's raiders.

Story #7: King Al-Numan is entrusted with the heir of the Persian throne so he hires a famous architect to build him an impenetrable castle.

Story #8: Shunn goes looking for his perfect woman, one who is his equal in both intellect and understanding.

Story #9: Abi Heya is a timid poet who must face down a late night intruder with a dull sword he never imagined he would have to use.

Story #10: Saeed bin Al-Aas tries to convince his sons to set aside their jealousy and accept their younger brother's leadership.

Included in this ebook is a map illustrating the locations of the cities and areas mentioned in the stories.

Also by Aisha Bilal:
1. Arabian Knights - Volume 1
2. Muslim Knights - Volume 1
3. Muslim Knights - Volume 2
4. Islamic and Arabian Quotes and Proverbs - Volume 1 [Illustrated]

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Published December 25, 2013 by Aisha Bilal. 56 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History.

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