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My Brother, The Devil, & Me

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"How the mighty have fallen," was a phrase I once heard but never quite understood, until that very moment...
As I sat solemnly beside my brother's hospital bed, I looked around at the tubes going in and out of his body and at the machines that were keeping him alive. I wondered how we'd gotten to this point. How at one moment we were experiencing our greatest high and now
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Published (first published March 24th 2013)
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Adra
Jan 29, 2014 Adra rated it really liked it

There are many books based upon siblings. Some authors base the plot on childhood upbringing. Others through their writing help us clearly visualize the rivalry factor. This one bares the soul and fate of two brothers born in Syria.

Malik and Jameel are just like any two young Muslim boys. Sadeem, and Amira, their parents, brought them up to be “Devoted Muslims.” Placing a high value on education, it was forbidden for the youngsters to watch a lot of television growing up. Ending up in the Unite
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