The White Horse of Alih
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We planned a mass assassination in the town. Where's my brother?
The story happened on July 4th in a city with a parade of people. It was a happy day for everybody because they are celebrating a big American Holiday. Among the crowd was Alih, A Moro who was looking for his brother, Omar. They were expecting a lot of people in this event because they planned a mass assassination in the town
So Alih waited for hi brother, he went out of the crowd and sat under the Balete tree. While he was sitting and looking at the parade, he remembered his past, his childhood and his growing years where he met the woman whom he wished and longed for and he remembered his mission. That was to kill the people. But the people couldn't notice them as Moros because they were in disguise
Remembering all of these from his past, he thought of what Omar said about the promise of their prophet. That is to have a white horse ride to heaven as many hours as the number of infidel heads he could lay before Allah.
When he grew up, Omar told him about how the American soldiers killed their father without any reason. Their father was known and respected in their village. With these, Omar taught him to be brave and be able to fight against these people because he believed that killing could wash away their shame. He taught him words to live by and beliefs to be respected and attained
As he grew into a mature individual, he met another woman named Fermina. Fermina was a beautiful bar maid with a mole near her mouth. He likes her so much but the woman doesn't because of his impertinent manner towards her
Then the story went on moving to the parade. He saw Fermina in the float and assisted her to go down. Then Omar came drunk and tipsy and went berserk, he unsheathed his sword and started killing people.
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