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The Sword of Allah on Military History Podcast

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Military History Podcast is one of the most informative podcats and with my passion to military it is of course it is my favourite podcast, I wait for each episode even more waiting for LOST new episodes.

Although I consider history is matter of point of view and I consider it always to be biased, this podcast is relatively unbiased and objective documentary podcast, MHP do cite their information and give links for further reading about each episode which you are not likely to see especially if you are addicted to Satellite channels documentaries, yes we do miss those terminologies in most if not all satellite documentary channels.

During last September they posted The Sword of Allah - Episode One and Episode Two.

MHP is highly recommended for those with passion to history, military or at least one time shot for Sword Of Allah.

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