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Jul 8th, 2006 #1----
Sultan Muhammad AL-Fateh:rehm:
A remarkable genius Muslim Emperor of Ottoman Empire (Khilafat-e-Usmania) who conquered Constantinople through a way that no man on this face of earth would've even imagined it... thus fullfliing a Prophecy of the Prophet:saw:
“Quite often good things have hurtful consequences. There are instances of men who have been ruined by their money or KILLED by their COURAGE.” ~Aristotle
Aug 10th, 2006 #2----
Aug 15th, 2006 #3Pakistani Dragon----
Seen it, taped it onto a DVD and love it.
Mar 8th, 2008 #4
From this, we know that the Prophet praised a great man who is accepted under the mercy of Allah. Muhammad al-Fatiha was a great leader and a pious follower of the religion. He was Maturidiy following true sufis, may Allah have mercy upon him. His creed was that Allah has power over all his creations, and that Allah does not need any of his creations and that Allah exists without a place and without limits and boundaries. And that Victory will come only if we are obedient to Allah and sincere in our deeds.
Allah gave him victory.
Wahhabis (so called salafis) from their extreme ill beliefs considered Muhammad al-Fatih and Sultan Salahud-Deen as disbelievers!! SO let one bewarned from this sect and warn from it.
Islamic Studies Teacher/Student.
Mar 8th, 2008 #5----
^^ I beleive(bet) if he was Usmani Khleefa "SHIAS" must be against him
PS: Unhon(Fatmies=Shias) ny tu hukumat per qabza kerny ky baad Usmani khulfa ki hadian tak qabron sy nikal ker jal adali thin.(Islamic history ki books main hy.)
Thanks AQ Its really greatYAZEED-UN-Nisa!
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