At the end of the Ottoman period, there was a man called Al Qasem Al Ahmad. He was the leader of the resistance against the Ottoman State in Nablus in Palestine. However the Ottomans decided to eliminate all who opposed their great oppression in Nablus, which led our man Al Qasem to seek the Sheikh of the Kerak castle, Ibrahim Al Domour, for refuge. Mohammad Ali knew about Qasem Al Ahmad's being in Kerak so he deputized his son Ibrahim Pasha who was known for his brutal control of the army. He ordered the army to march toward Kerak and asked for Al Ahmad to be handed over but the city refused to do so and gathered around their Sheikh and his guest instead shouting, "Death and no submission". They were all armed with faith, patience and courage within the castle. Ibrahim Al Domour had three children, the oldest of whom was called Al Sayyed. One day, when his two sons Al Sayyed and Ali went out to inspect the daily life of their citizens, they were caught by the Ottomans. This put them ...