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*_Main Janta Hu ke Kuch to Hu Q K Mera Allah Koi Bhi Cheez Bekar Nahi Banata_*
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People Are Becoming Prisoners To Their Phones ... May Be That's Why They Call Them "CELL PHONES".
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Mongol attack on the Muslim world:

Many Adversities descended on Muslim Nation during 1400 years of their existence. However Mongol attacks on the Muslim world was both swift and catastrophic. Which left an everlasting scar on humanity.

After two weeks of siege, on the 13th of February 1258 Mongol army under the command of Hulagu Khan entered Baghdad. Within a week they killed 200,000 to one million inhabitants; completely depopulated the city. The knowledge which was acquired by the great Abbasid Caliphs and preserved in the 'House of Wisdom' for centuries either burned or threw into the river Tigris. Destruction was so massive that water of the river turned dark due to the black ink from the books flung into the river. It took centuries for Baghdad to recover however scientific knowledge which were lost during this barbaric attack never retrieved. The last Abbasid Caliph of Islamic world, Al-Mustasim was placed in a leather sack and kicked to death. Within few days, Baghdad; a jewel of the crown of scientific world became a deserted city. Experiencing and witnessing horrors committed by Mongols, a Muslim historian of the time said; 'I wish my mother never bore me'.

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Mongols conquest was simultaneous to Muslim (Persia and Arab) and Christian (Russia Eastern Europe) lands. However, within half a century most of Mongol descendants would slowly convert to Islam. During their conquest they interacted with both Christian and Islamic people, however they opted Islam over Christianity? This interesting and very important outcome answers very important historical questions about the spread of Islam; asked by both Muslims and Non-Muslims.

The most important reason given was; contrary to Christianity Mongol found Islam a pure, simple, logical and a religion free from complicated philosophy. A way to reach God directly without any mediators (Priest) and devoid of unnecessary rituals. This simplicity of Islam attracted them towards the Muslim faith. Hulagu's wife was a practicing Nestorian Christian but most of the Mongols found solace in Islam.

Another very important argument raised by many historians in the past that 'Islam spread by force'; looks very weak in the light of this event. What we see, that the most powerful military force of the time would convert to the religion of their subject. A large group of Mongol invaders embraced Islam, a religion of the subjugated people.

Mongols invaded the Muslim land however their hearts were conquered by the simplicity of Islamic faith - 'There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is the Prophet of Allah'.

So for the Muslim world secret of success in adversities were that; they showed enormous patience, kept their faith simple, free from any innovations and accessible to their enemies.

Below are few images, maps and datas which would help you to understand Mongol's exponential conquests and aftermath.
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Mongol attack on the Muslim world:

Many Adversities descended on Muslim Nation during 1400 years of their existence. However Mongol attacks on the Muslim world was both swift and catastrophic. Which left an everlasting scar on humanity.

After two weeks of siege, on the 13th of February 1258 Mongol army under the command of Hulagu Khan entered Baghdad. Within a week they killed 200,000 to one million inhabitants; completely depopulated the city. The knowledge which was acquired by the great Abbasid Caliphs and preserved in the 'House of Wisdom' for centuries either burned or threw into the river Tigris. Destruction was so massive that water of the river turned dark due to the black ink from the books flung into the river. It took centuries for Baghdad to recover however scientific knowledge which were lost during this barbaric attack never retrieved. The last Abbasid Caliph of Islamic world, Al-Mustasim was placed in a leather sack and kicked to death. Within few days, Baghdad; a jewel of the crown of scientific world became a deserted city. Experiencing and witnessing horrors committed by Mongols, a Muslim historian of the time said; 'I wish my mother never bore me'.

Learning points:
Mongols conquest was simultaneous to Muslim (Persia and Arab) and Christian (Russia Eastern Europe) lands. However, within half a century most of Mongol descendants would slowly convert to Islam. During their conquest they interacted with both Christian and Islamic people, however they opted Islam over Christianity? This interesting and very important outcome answers very important historical questions about the spread of Islam; asked by both Muslims and Non-Muslims.

The most important reason given was; contrary to Christianity Mongol found Islam a pure, simple, logical and a religion free from complicated philosophy. A way to reach God directly without any mediators (Priest) and devoid of unnecessary rituals. This simplicity of Islam attracted them towards the Muslim faith. Hulagu's wife was a practicing Nestorian Christian but most of the Mongols found solace in Islam.

Another very important argument raised by many historians in the past that 'Islam spread by force'; looks very weak in the light of this event. What we see, that the most powerful military force of the time would convert to the religion of their subject. A large group of Mongol invaders embraced Islam, a religion of the subjugated people.

Mongols invaded the Muslim land however their hearts were conquered by the simplicity of Islamic faith - 'There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is the Prophet of Allah'.

So for the Muslim world secret of success in adversities were that; they showed enormous patience, kept their faith simple, free from any innovations and accessible to their enemies.

Below are few images, maps and datas which would help you to understand Mongol's exponential conquests and aftermath.
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2/14/17
6 Photos - View album

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Have you realised that when you always complain about things, the Almighty sends more things for you to complain about? Be thankful instead !!
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