Mohammad Jahoorul Islam (03/02/1967 / Bhuapur, Tangail, Bangladesh)
Threw Them in The Ditch of Fire!
Believers were thrown in the ditches of fire…
There was a magician to a king
At his old age he asked the king
'Appoint a boy for my art'
The king appointed a boy for the job
On the way, coming to the magician
The boy met a Raheb regularly
By the words of Raheb
The boy got his belief in the Creator
Even he acquired the knowledge of miraculous power
He began to give eye sight to the blind and curing for leprosy
Knowing the thing
The king first killed the Raheb
But he couldn't kill the boy in any way
The boy told the king
'If you want to kill me
Then publicly declare
'Bismi Rwabil Gulam'
Then shot an arrow
I would die'
The king did that
So the boy died
Seeing this incident
People became believer of the boy's religion
The king became very angry
He made ditches beside the road
He burnt fire in the ditches
Those who didn't agree to leave their beliefs
They all were thrown in the fire ditches! !
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