Unholy Allied Mountains
To communists, religion is an opiate where Christians are lulled to accept their oppressed fate and never raise arms against oppressors. To Muslim extremists, however, religion is not an opiate but a high-inducing drug that spiritually arms one to wage jihad on the infidels. In Unholy Allied Mountains, Ding, a Filipino American journalist, in a story quest on the Philippine insurgency, is confronted by ghosts of his past in the midst of an unholy alliance between the Communist New People's Army (NPA) and Muslims in their quest to defeat lackeys of American imperialists in the Cordillera Mountains in Northern Luzon, Philippines.
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