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Unholy Prayer is a true story of two close friends Mitchell Kaplan and Harold Ashton, fourth generation Indian Muslims from Fiji, who met in suburban Sydney Australia. Within a period less than five years after they first met, a horrific murder; caused by frenzied outrage took place when Mitchell stabbed Harold 186 times with an abattoir carving knife. The central argument at the trial for the charge of murder raised the question of the very standard that should be applied to the modern multicultural community. Based on a true story of infidelity and betrayal that takes one’s life and brings us to question the term ‘reasonable man’ in the eyes of the law. The plea, sentence and argument at the trial caused outcry Australia wide and left indelible precedent enshrined in the chronicles the Common Law. This is Michael Saadey Abdul-Karim fourth book. His other books Observation Status, Customised Down Under, and The Thumbprint Will are all based on real factual situations in which the Author had firsthand knowledge and conduct.

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