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Sultan of Hearts: Prophet Muhammad details the exemplary life of Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him. Available as a set of two volumes, the book is not simply a chronological look into the life of the Prophet but rather an exclusive look into his character, attributes, and qualities through the eyes of his companions and family most close to him.

Brimming with passion and emotion, Sultan of Hearts: Prophet Muhammad transports the readers to the Arabian peninsula centuries ago, as if lifting the constraints of time and space, allows them to discover and explore with freedom the Age of Happiness.

About the Author: 

Resit Haylamaz is the editor in chief of Kaynak Publishing in Istanbul, Turkey. He has many publications on the lives of the Prophet Muhammad and his leading companions. His two-volume book is the best-selling biography of Prophet Muhammad in his native Turkish. He lives in Istanbul, Turkey.

Born and raised in Turkey, Fatih Harpci graduated from Marmara University in Istanbul. He received his PhD degree from the Department of Religion at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. He lives in Niagara Falls, NY.

Introduction : 

Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him.
Devoted worshiper, loving father, caring husband,
The model of love, the embodiment of mercy, the pride of humanity,
The beloved of hearts, the educator of minds,
The trainer of souls, the ruler of spirits,
The cause of existence, the reason for creation,
The most illustrious fruit of the Tree of Creation…

Table of Contents: 

CONTENTS
PREFACE xiii
INTRODUCTION xv
THE VOICE THAT ECHOES IN THE VALLEY OF BAKKA 1
Prophet Ibrahim’s Prayers 2
Building a New Civilization 3
THE SHARED REQUEST OF ALL PROPHETS 8
THE VOICE THAT ECHOED ON THE TONGUES OF SCHOLARS 13
Yemen 13
Damascus 20
Hijaz 23
THE LINEAGE THAT GOES BACK TO PROPHET IBRAHIM 34
Abdul Muttalib 34
Zamzam 35
The Ten Sons of Abdul Muttalib and His Efforts to Keep His Vow 38
The Blessed Home 41
THE INCIDENT OF THE ELEPHANT 42
THE HAPPY BIRTH 47
The News Coming from Everywhere 50
A New Star 50
The Panic in the Land of the Persians 52
THE YEARS WITH THE WET NURSES 54
The Incident of Opening up the Chest 57
THE DEATH OF AMINA 59
THE PROTECTION OF GRANDFATHER ABDUL MUTTALIB 61
THE PROTECTION OF UNCLE ABU TALIB. 66
The Damascus Trip and Priest Bahira 67
Divine Guidance in His Protection 71
The Gift of Rain That Came with Him 74
Fijar Battles 75
Hilf al-Fudul (The Alliance of the Virtuous) ..................................................... 76 
Second Journey to Damascus ............................................................................ 78 v
FIRST MEETING WITH KHADIJA 80
The Oath in the Marketplace. 81
Priest Nastura 82
The Same Cloud 83
The Report of the Journey 84
The Comments of Waraqa ibn Nawfal 84
The Road to Marriage 85
A Friend Who Understands 86
The Marriage 88
Other Inhabitants of the Home of Happiness 91
A House Full of Peace 92
The Fruits of This House 93
REPAIRING OF THE KA’BA AND THE JUDGE. 94
Honoring One’s Word 96
THE SETTING BEFORE HIS ARRIVAL 98
The Echo in the Ka’ba and Waraqa’s Interpretation 98
The Dream in Damascus and What the Priest Said. 100
TOWARDS THE UNION WITH THE BELOVED 103
Looking for Solitude 103
Dreams Coming True 104
Creation Was Saluting Him 105
Khadija’s Worry and Efforts 106
The Voice of Gabriel 106
THE UNION 108
Turning Towards Mecca 110
The Guidance of Waraqa 112
A Pause of Forty Days 113
No Offence and No Resentment 117
The Late Night Prayer 119
THE LEADING ONES. 123
Ablution and the Prayers 123
The Big Decision of Little Ali 124
Servanthood and Peace 125
The Arrival of Zayd ibn Haritha 127
The Submission of Abu Bakr 127
Zubayr ibn Awwam 131
The Idols in the Ka’ba 132
THOSE WHO CAME LATER AND THE YEARS OF HARDSHIP 135
Abu Dharr’s Arrival and the First Bitter Experience 138
Running towards Peace 141
vi A Shepherd Who Kept His Promise and the Miracle of Milk 143
The Race towards Peace Continues 145
Bilal al-Habashi 148
Habbab’s Account 150
The Hope That Finds Expression in Dreams 153
THE START OF OPEN CALL TO THE MESSAGE 157
The Growing Circle of “Communication” 162
The Period of Opening Up 166
The Efforts to Prevent People from Encountering Islam 168
Growing of the Campaigns against the Messenger 171
REVELATION THAT BECOMES ONE WITH THE PEOPLE 175
Faith in Allah and the Reality of Divinity 175
Life after Death 178
Divine Destiny, Providence, Power and Will 182
Education of Resistance 184
Power Lies Not in the Number of Followers, but in Truth 186
TRYING TO PERSUADE ABU TALIB 188
The Pressures on the Sons in Law 190
No Results without Sweat 191
Imputations concerning the Prophet’s Lineage in the Future 192
Bad Neighbors and the Circle of Threat 193
SCENES OF VIOLENCE 199
The Sad State of the Weak and the Unfortunate 201
AT THE HOME OF IBN ARQAM 204
Ammar ibn Yasir and Suhayb ibn Sinan 205
Mus’ab ibn Umayr 206
The Attempt of Abu Bakr 208
Hamza Embracing Islam 212
Utba’s Plan 215
The Proposition of the Delegate 218
Another Proposition 223
The Opinions of the Enemies of the Messenger of Allah 224
Requests for Exclusivity 228
A PAST ACCOUNT 230
THE VERSES OF COMMUNICATION 232
THE COMING OF UMAR AND LEAVING IBN ARQAM’S HOUSE 234
Hira Visit 241
THE MIGRATION TO ETHIOPIA 242
The First Hijra................................................................................................ 242 
Return 244
vii
The Situation of Mus’ab ibn Umayr 245
The Coming of Abdullah ibn Suhayl 247
Second Hijra 249
The Letter to Najashi and His Reply. 250
The Effort of Abu Talib 252
The Envoys and Najashi 253
Jafar ibn Abi Talib Takes Word 255
Happy News from Abyssinia 259
REVELATION CONTINUES… 262
The Miracle of Splitting the Moon 262
The Revelation of Chapter Abasa 263
GENERAL BOYCOTT 266
THE YEAR OF SADNESS 273
The Last Recourse to Abu Talib 273
Abu Talib’s Last Advice 275
Last Hope 277
The Sad Farewell 277
Farewell to Khadija 279
The Scene That Even Touched Abu Lahab 281
A PAINFUL PERIOD 283
Rukana and Two Miracles 283
Abu Bakr’s Attempt at Hijra 285
News from the Land of Byzantine 288
Marriage with Our Mother Sawda 290
A Collection of Debt 293
Twenty People Coming from Abyssinia 295
JOURNEY TO TAIF 297
The Refuge in Taif and a Manifestation 299
The Bunch of Grapes and Addas 301
Setting off for Mecca and the Submission of the Jinn 302
MECCA AGAIN 305
Turning to Nearby Tribes 307
ISRA AND MIRAJ 313
Isra 314
Miraj 315
Paradise 317
Hell 319
Sidratu’l-Muntaha 321
viii
The Order without Mediation: Daily Prayers 322
Reflections upon Return 323
The Testimony of Two Caravans 324
The Quraysh and Their Endless Requests: Description of the Masjid al-Aqsa.. 326 The Difference of Abu Bakr 327
Determining the Times of Prayer 329
AQABA ALLEGIANCES 331
The First Aqaba 331
Embers in Medina 332
The Invitation from Medina 337
The Voice in Mina and Allah’s Messenger’s Attitude 342
THE PERMISSION FOR HIJRA AND THE PANIC OF THE QURAYSH ... 344 Important Advice 346
The Pangs of Hijra 347
Abu Salama and His Family 347
Suhayb ibn Sinan 349
The Hijra of Umar 350
Ayyash ibn Abi Rabia 351
The Decision at the Daru’n-Nadwa (the Council Hall) 354
THE HOLY MIGRATION 357
The Precautions concerning the Hijra 358
Turning towards Thawr 363
Abu Bakr’s Sensitivity in the Cave 364
Looking at Mecca for the Last Time 367
The Reaction of Abu Quhafa 368
Suraqa’s Pursuit 369
The Wonders on the Road of Hijra 373
Miracle of the Milk 374
Umm Mabad 374
Burayda ibn Husayb 377
The Sensibility of Abu Aws 379
The Excitement of the First Meeting 379
The Break in Quba 380
The First Sermon 382
The Coming of Abdullah ibn Salam 384
Two Jewish Brothers and Two Impressions 386
Salman al-Farisi 387
PERMANENT HOME: MEDINA 390
The First Residence 391
Moving Upstairs ............................................................................................. 395 
The Ties of Brotherhood ............................................................................... 397 ix
The Difference of the Ansar 401
The Construction of the Masjid an-Nabawi 402
The Voice from the Pulpit 404
The First Call for Prayer 405
Ashab as-Suffa 407
Encompassing Mercy and the Open Doors of Forgiveness 409
The Death of As’ad ibn Zurara and Buds of Dissension 411
The Conversation at the Graveyard 412
An Atmosphere of Jealousy 413
Divine Direction in Method 415
The Medina Charter 418
The First Agreement between Aws and Khazraj 420
The Second Treaty with the Jewish People 421
Bringing Back Members of the Family 422
The Boy That Came from Quba 423
Marriage with Our Mother Aisha 424
The Medina Plague 425
Abdullah ibn Salam’s Enthusiasm for Tabligh 428
Religious Bigotry 431
Addressing the People of the Book 435
BUILDING A NEW CIVILIZATION 437
A NEW ERA 441
The Atmosphere in Mecca 441
Measure for Safety 442
The Permission for War 444
Forming the Security Forces 445
Campaigns and Battles 445
The Campaign of Abdullah ibn Jahsh 448
The Change of Qibla—the Direction of Prayer 451
The Obligation of Fast and Zakah (Alms) 454
TOWARDS BADR 456
The Pursued Caravan 456
The Sadness of Those Turned Away 457
Setting off from Medina 459
Abu Sufyan’s Insight and Quraysh’s Attitude 462
Atiqa bint Abdul Muttalib’s Dream 463
The Meccan Army 465
Leaving Mecca 468
Abu Sufyan’s Call to Return 469
Critical Moment of Decision 470
x Badr 473
Choice of Place 474
Rain and Sakina (Peace) 476
Cautioning the Companions 479
Khutba (Sermon) 480
The Atmosphere at the Polytheist Front 481
Efforts of Our Noble Prophet 485
The Dimension of Prayer 485
The First Spark 488
The Battle 489
War 491
Abu’l-Bakhtari 492
The End of Abu Jahl 493
Servanthood during War 497
The Angels at Badr 498
The Martyrs 500
Addressing the Dead 501
The Uniqueness of Our Prophet 502
The Good News Comes to Medina 504
Leaving Badr, and the Spoils of War 505
Treatment of the Captives and Consultation 508
The Treatment of the Prisoners 511
Divine Directive concerning the Prisoners 513
The Death of Our Mother Ruqayyah 514
The Bitter News That Reached Mecca 516
The Death of Abu Lahab 517
Mecca in Mourning 518
The News of Victory from the Land of the Rum 519
INDEX 521

 
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EAN 13 / ISBN1021
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AuthorResit Haylamaz and Fatih Harpci
PublisherTughra Books
Pages1021
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Sultan Of Hearts Vol 1 & 2 <p>Sultan of Hearts: Prophet Muhammad details the exemplary life of Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him. Available as a set of two volumes, the book is not simply a chronological look into the life of the Prophet but rather an exclusive look into his character, attributes, and qualities through the eyes of his companions and family most close to him.<br /><br />Brimming with passion and emotion, Sultan of Hearts: Prophet Muhammad transports the readers to the Arabian peninsula centuries ago, as if lifting the constraints of time and space, allows them to discover and explore with freedom the Age of Happiness.</p> <p></p> <p><strong>About the Author: </strong></p> <p>Resit Haylamaz is the editor in chief of Kaynak Publishing in Istanbul, Turkey. He has many publications on the lives of the Prophet Muhammad and his leading companions. His two-volume book is the best-selling biography of Prophet Muhammad in his native Turkish. He lives in Istanbul, Turkey.<br /><br />Born and raised in Turkey, Fatih Harpci graduated from Marmara University in Istanbul. He received his PhD degree from the Department of Religion at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. He lives in Niagara Falls, NY.</p> <p></p> <p><strong>Introduction : </strong></p> <p>Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him.<br />Devoted worshiper, loving father, caring husband,<br />The model of love, the embodiment of mercy, the pride of humanity,<br />The beloved of hearts, the educator of minds,<br />The trainer of souls, the ruler of spirits,<br />The cause of existence, the reason for creation,<br />The most illustrious fruit of the Tree of Creation…</p> <p></p> <p><strong>Table of Contents: </strong></p> <p></p> <p>CONTENTS<br />PREFACE xiii<br />INTRODUCTION xv<br />THE VOICE THAT ECHOES IN THE VALLEY OF BAKKA 1<br />Prophet Ibrahim’s Prayers 2<br />Building a New Civilization 3<br />THE SHARED REQUEST OF ALL PROPHETS 8<br />THE VOICE THAT ECHOED ON THE TONGUES OF SCHOLARS 13<br />Yemen 13<br />Damascus 20<br />Hijaz 23<br />THE LINEAGE THAT GOES BACK TO PROPHET IBRAHIM 34<br />Abdul Muttalib 34<br />Zamzam 35<br />The Ten Sons of Abdul Muttalib and His Efforts to Keep His Vow 38<br />The Blessed Home 41<br />THE INCIDENT OF THE ELEPHANT 42<br />THE HAPPY BIRTH 47<br />The News Coming from Everywhere 50<br />A New Star 50<br />The Panic in the Land of the Persians 52<br />THE YEARS WITH THE WET NURSES 54<br />The Incident of Opening up the Chest 57<br />THE DEATH OF AMINA 59<br />THE PROTECTION OF GRANDFATHER ABDUL MUTTALIB 61<br />THE PROTECTION OF UNCLE ABU TALIB. 66<br />The Damascus Trip and Priest Bahira 67<br />Divine Guidance in His Protection 71<br />The Gift of Rain That Came with Him 74<br />Fijar Battles 75<br />Hilf al-Fudul (The Alliance of the Virtuous) ..................................................... 76 <br />Second Journey to Damascus ............................................................................ 78 v<br />FIRST MEETING WITH KHADIJA 80<br />The Oath in the Marketplace. 81<br />Priest Nastura 82<br />The Same Cloud 83<br />The Report of the Journey 84<br />The Comments of Waraqa ibn Nawfal 84<br />The Road to Marriage 85<br />A Friend Who Understands 86<br />The Marriage 88<br />Other Inhabitants of the Home of Happiness 91<br />A House Full of Peace 92<br />The Fruits of This House 93<br />REPAIRING OF THE KA’BA AND THE JUDGE. 94<br />Honoring One’s Word 96<br />THE SETTING BEFORE HIS ARRIVAL 98<br />The Echo in the Ka’ba and Waraqa’s Interpretation 98<br />The Dream in Damascus and What the Priest Said. 100<br />TOWARDS THE UNION WITH THE BELOVED 103<br />Looking for Solitude 103<br />Dreams Coming True 104<br />Creation Was Saluting Him 105<br />Khadija’s Worry and Efforts 106<br />The Voice of Gabriel 106<br />THE UNION 108<br />Turning Towards Mecca 110<br />The Guidance of Waraqa 112<br />A Pause of Forty Days 113<br />No Offence and No Resentment 117<br />The Late Night Prayer 119<br />THE LEADING ONES. 123<br />Ablution and the Prayers 123<br />The Big Decision of Little Ali 124<br />Servanthood and Peace 125<br />The Arrival of Zayd ibn Haritha 127<br />The Submission of Abu Bakr 127<br />Zubayr ibn Awwam 131<br />The Idols in the Ka’ba 132<br />THOSE WHO CAME LATER AND THE YEARS OF HARDSHIP 135<br />Abu Dharr’s Arrival and the First Bitter Experience 138<br />Running towards Peace 141<br />vi A Shepherd Who Kept His Promise and the Miracle of Milk 143<br />The Race towards Peace Continues 145<br />Bilal al-Habashi 148<br />Habbab’s Account 150<br />The Hope That Finds Expression in Dreams 153<br />THE START OF OPEN CALL TO THE MESSAGE 157<br />The Growing Circle of “Communication” 162<br />The Period of Opening Up 166<br />The Efforts to Prevent People from Encountering Islam 168<br />Growing of the Campaigns against the Messenger 171<br />REVELATION THAT BECOMES ONE WITH THE PEOPLE 175<br />Faith in Allah and the Reality of Divinity 175<br />Life after Death 178<br />Divine Destiny, Providence, Power and Will 182<br />Education of Resistance 184<br />Power Lies Not in the Number of Followers, but in Truth 186<br />TRYING TO PERSUADE ABU TALIB 188<br />The Pressures on the Sons in Law 190<br />No Results without Sweat 191<br />Imputations concerning the Prophet’s Lineage in the Future 192<br />Bad Neighbors and the Circle of Threat 193<br />SCENES OF VIOLENCE 199<br />The Sad State of the Weak and the Unfortunate 201<br />AT THE HOME OF IBN ARQAM 204<br />Ammar ibn Yasir and Suhayb ibn Sinan 205<br />Mus’ab ibn Umayr 206<br />The Attempt of Abu Bakr 208<br />Hamza Embracing Islam 212<br />Utba’s Plan 215<br />The Proposition of the Delegate 218<br />Another Proposition 223<br />The Opinions of the Enemies of the Messenger of Allah 224<br />Requests for Exclusivity 228<br />A PAST ACCOUNT 230<br />THE VERSES OF COMMUNICATION 232<br />THE COMING OF UMAR AND LEAVING IBN ARQAM’S HOUSE 234<br />Hira Visit 241<br />THE MIGRATION TO ETHIOPIA 242<br />The First Hijra................................................................................................ 242 <br />Return 244<br />vii<br />The Situation of Mus’ab ibn Umayr 245<br />The Coming of Abdullah ibn Suhayl 247<br />Second Hijra 249<br />The Letter to Najashi and His Reply. 250<br />The Effort of Abu Talib 252<br />The Envoys and Najashi 253<br />Jafar ibn Abi Talib Takes Word 255<br />Happy News from Abyssinia 259<br />REVELATION CONTINUES… 262<br />The Miracle of Splitting the Moon 262<br />The Revelation of Chapter Abasa 263<br />GENERAL BOYCOTT 266<br />THE YEAR OF SADNESS 273<br />The Last Recourse to Abu Talib 273<br />Abu Talib’s Last Advice 275<br />Last Hope 277<br />The Sad Farewell 277<br />Farewell to Khadija 279<br />The Scene That Even Touched Abu Lahab 281<br />A PAINFUL PERIOD 283<br />Rukana and Two Miracles 283<br />Abu Bakr’s Attempt at Hijra 285<br />News from the Land of Byzantine 288<br />Marriage with Our Mother Sawda 290<br />A Collection of Debt 293<br />Twenty People Coming from Abyssinia 295<br />JOURNEY TO TAIF 297<br />The Refuge in Taif and a Manifestation 299<br />The Bunch of Grapes and Addas 301<br />Setting off for Mecca and the Submission of the Jinn 302<br />MECCA AGAIN 305<br />Turning to Nearby Tribes 307<br />ISRA AND MIRAJ 313<br />Isra 314<br />Miraj 315<br />Paradise 317<br />Hell 319<br />Sidratu’l-Muntaha 321<br />viii<br />The Order without Mediation: Daily Prayers 322<br />Reflections upon Return 323<br />The Testimony of Two Caravans 324<br />The Quraysh and Their Endless Requests: Description of the Masjid al-Aqsa.. 326 The Difference of Abu Bakr 327<br />Determining the Times of Prayer 329<br />AQABA ALLEGIANCES 331<br />The First Aqaba 331<br />Embers in Medina 332<br />The Invitation from Medina 337<br />The Voice in Mina and Allah’s Messenger’s Attitude 342<br />THE PERMISSION FOR HIJRA AND THE PANIC OF THE QURAYSH ... 344 Important Advice 346<br />The Pangs of Hijra 347<br />Abu Salama and His Family 347<br />Suhayb ibn Sinan 349<br />The Hijra of Umar 350<br />Ayyash ibn Abi Rabia 351<br />The Decision at the Daru’n-Nadwa (the Council Hall) 354<br />THE HOLY MIGRATION 357<br />The Precautions concerning the Hijra 358<br />Turning towards Thawr 363<br />Abu Bakr’s Sensitivity in the Cave 364<br />Looking at Mecca for the Last Time 367<br />The Reaction of Abu Quhafa 368<br />Suraqa’s Pursuit 369<br />The Wonders on the Road of Hijra 373<br />Miracle of the Milk 374<br />Umm Mabad 374<br />Burayda ibn Husayb 377<br />The Sensibility of Abu Aws 379<br />The Excitement of the First Meeting 379<br />The Break in Quba 380<br />The First Sermon 382<br />The Coming of Abdullah ibn Salam 384<br />Two Jewish Brothers and Two Impressions 386<br />Salman al-Farisi 387<br />PERMANENT HOME: MEDINA 390<br />The First Residence 391<br />Moving Upstairs ............................................................................................. 395 <br />The Ties of Brotherhood ............................................................................... 397 ix<br />The Difference of the Ansar 401<br />The Construction of the Masjid an-Nabawi 402<br />The Voice from the Pulpit 404<br />The First Call for Prayer 405<br />Ashab as-Suffa 407<br />Encompassing Mercy and the Open Doors of Forgiveness 409<br />The Death of As’ad ibn Zurara and Buds of Dissension 411<br />The Conversation at the Graveyard 412<br />An Atmosphere of Jealousy 413<br />Divine Direction in Method 415<br />The Medina Charter 418<br />The First Agreement between Aws and Khazraj 420<br />The Second Treaty with the Jewish People 421<br />Bringing Back Members of the Family 422<br />The Boy That Came from Quba 423<br />Marriage with Our Mother Aisha 424<br />The Medina Plague 425<br />Abdullah ibn Salam’s Enthusiasm for Tabligh 428<br />Religious Bigotry 431<br />Addressing the People of the Book 435<br />BUILDING A NEW CIVILIZATION 437<br />A NEW ERA 441<br />The Atmosphere in Mecca 441<br />Measure for Safety 442<br />The Permission for War 444<br />Forming the Security Forces 445<br />Campaigns and Battles 445<br />The Campaign of Abdullah ibn Jahsh 448<br />The Change of Qibla—the Direction of Prayer 451<br />The Obligation of Fast and Zakah (Alms) 454<br />TOWARDS BADR 456<br />The Pursued Caravan 456<br />The Sadness of Those Turned Away 457<br />Setting off from Medina 459<br />Abu Sufyan’s Insight and Quraysh’s Attitude 462<br />Atiqa bint Abdul Muttalib’s Dream 463<br />The Meccan Army 465<br />Leaving Mecca 468<br />Abu Sufyan’s Call to Return 469<br />Critical Moment of Decision 470<br />x Badr 473<br />Choice of Place 474<br />Rain and Sakina (Peace) 476<br />Cautioning the Companions 479<br />Khutba (Sermon) 480<br />The Atmosphere at the Polytheist Front 481<br />Efforts of Our Noble Prophet 485<br />The Dimension of Prayer 485<br />The First Spark 488<br />The Battle 489<br />War 491<br />Abu’l-Bakhtari 492<br />The End of Abu Jahl 493<br />Servanthood during War 497<br />The Angels at Badr 498<br />The Martyrs 500<br />Addressing the Dead 501<br />The Uniqueness of Our Prophet 502<br />The Good News Comes to Medina 504<br />Leaving Badr, and the Spoils of War 505<br />Treatment of the Captives and Consultation 508<br />The Treatment of the Prisoners 511<br />Divine Directive concerning the Prisoners 513<br />The Death of Our Mother Ruqayyah 514<br />The Bitter News That Reached Mecca 516<br />The Death of Abu Lahab 517<br />Mecca in Mourning 518<br />The News of Victory from the Land of the Rum 519<br />INDEX 521</p>
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