Ifrit

  • Austin Macauley Publishers
  • 2019
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  • eng
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  • 9781528945004
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Terrorists wanting to proclaim jihad resort to the power of mystical Islam, including dreams, black magic, and the control of supernatural entities known as jinn, to steal Pakistan's nuclear weapons. As attacks on colleges increase, Samir, the education advisor to the prime minister, sets out to unravel the mystical powers being exploited. While truths are uncovered, separating myths from facts, Ifrit, a powerful jinn, is contacted by terrorists to fulfill their agenda in exchange for having the jinn rule the earth. What follows is a sequence of fast-moving events when a terrorist head in Afghanistan declares himself to be the Mahdi, the Islamic leader prophesied to rule the world, and calls upon all Muslims to join him, leading to a nuclear standoff between Pakistan and India, to a fight between good and evil, and to an uncertain end if the imbroglio will lead to an apocalypse and end of times.