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Dastan Iman Faroshon Ki By Inayatullah

    Dastan Iman Faroshon Ki By Inayatullah

    Dastan Iman Faroshon Ki is a big book series by Inayatullah Altamash. It’s about the Crusades, an essential time for Muslims.

    The series has five parts and over 2000 pages. It mixes spying, politics, and war stories.

    It shows the big fight between Salahuddin Ayyubi’s Muslim army and the Crusaders in the 12th century. The story tells us how faith and firm belief helped Salahuddin and his smaller army win against considerable odds.

    Altamash writes about a secret war with spies trying to break the Muslim side. European women spies, good at tricking people, get into Salahuddin’s group to learn secrets.

    The main story is about secret words called ‘sima’ in lockets. These words open private messages sent by birds.

    These messages tell the enemy about Muslim plans. Sufyan, the hero, boldly plans to catch these birds and stop the secrets from reaching the enemy.

    The book talks about being loyal, brave, and not giving in to tricks. The Muslim heroes show skill and toughness.

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    They keep to their excellent values even when things get tough. The story shows how one person’s choices can change everything.

    Altamash makes the old Muslim world come alive with characters like Sheikh Sadi Hamdani and Hind, women who fight as well as men. The book mixes natural history with made-up spy stories.

    You should read this series if you like historical stories, especially about Salahuddin Ayyubi. It gives a new view of spying and loyalty during the Crusades.

    This big story makes Inayatullah Altamash a famous writer of Urdu books, like Hijazi and Rahi M.A. He makes old stories interesting for today’s readers.

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