One day Bahlool arrived at Haroun's palace and saw that the throne was empty. There was no one to stop him, so he unhesitatingly and fearlessly went and sat in Haroun's place. When the court slaves saw this, they immediately started whipping him and took him off the throne. Bahlool started crying. Haroun came and saw this; he asked those nearby why Bahlool was crying. A slave told him the whole story. Haroun scolded them and tried to cheer Bahlool up.
Bahlool said he wasn't crying at his condition, but at Haroun's condition. “I sat on the seat of Khalifate wrongfully for a few seconds and received such a beating and endured such misfortune; but you have been sitting on this throne all your life! What troubles you must receive, yet you still don't fear the consequence.”
Reality Of Islam
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You can choose: Our Quran is either be that holy thing which is used today as a tool to spread ignorance and deception, like how it was used on the spears of oppressors and deceivers. Or your Quran become that holy book which was taken by Abu-Thar as a tool to face oppression and corruption, and got banished for that. Ali-Sharaiati
You can choose:
Our Quran is either be that holy thing which is used today as a tool to spread ignorance and deception, like how it was used on the spears of oppressors and deceivers.
Or your Quran become that holy book which was taken by Abu-Thar as a tool to face oppression and corruption, and got banished for that.