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2030: Mediterranean Burning: Operation Sea Lion

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What if the Islamic radicals were to invade Europe to create a new caliphate on Christian soil? What if they were to reconquer an old island that was the pearl of the caliphate of Bagdad in the 9th century? We are in 2030. Europe has failed to deliver its dream of political union. Immigration and economic crisis has brought severe recession across Europe. Italy collapsed and broke off in five independent states. Southern Italy becomes a wealthy new state where the ‘families’ run the country and people are finally happy. But a threat coming from across the Mediterranean throws them under the fiercest attack any Christian country ever saw since the crusades. The jihadists have landed in Sicily to build a new caliphate. This is the story of a young couple of Sicilians who live though a nightmare of blood and war where only their determination will keep them alive. The future of Europe depends from Sicily and its resilience. Will it resist or will it surrender to become the... More > first Islamic state of Europe?< Less
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ISBN
9781483442624
Published
January 19, 2016
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
223.51 KB

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