<p>Muḥammad Al-Faatiḥ (Mehmed II the Conqueror - may Allah have mercy on him), a Muslim ruler during the Ottoman Empire, was known for his knowledge, bravery, justice, piety and humility. He was able to conquer Constantinople at the age of 23 years old when many before him had failed. At the end.
A Bedouin prayed behind an ’Imaam who was reciting the verse, "Did We not destroy the first ones?" [The Qur’an: Al-Mursalaat, 77:16] The Bedouin happened to be in the first row, and upon hearing that verse, he moved to a row that was further behind. The ’Imaam then recited, "Then We will fo.
As a ruler and his wife were seated for dinner, they argued over which of two kinds of sweets was better and more delicious. On the same day, a famous judge came to meet the ruler, and he invited him immediately to join them in their meal. When the judge arrived, the ruler informed him about the dif.
Ḥaarith ibn ‛Abbaad, one of the rulers of Al-Andalus (Muslim Spain), was looking to capture ‛Adi ibn Abi Rabi‛ah in order to exact revenge from him. His problem, and that of many of his guards, was that they didn't know what Ibn Abi Rabi‛ah looked like. A prisoner said to one of the guards.
‛Umar ibn al-Khaṭaab (may Allah be pleased with him), who sought little from this world and who very much disliked to see manifestations of richness or extravagance from his governors. On one occasion he visited the governor of Sham, Mu‛awiyah ibn abu Sufyaan (may Allah be pleased with them.
<p>A Bedouin attended a banquet that was held by al-Ḥajjaaj. When the sweets were served, al-Ḥajjaaj let the Bedouin eat a bite and then announced, "Whoever eats this (sweets), I will cut his throat." Everyone who was present refrained from eating; the Bedouin, however, alter.