Hajjaj Bin Yusuf Episode 7 in Urdu Subtitles

I haven’t seen you like this before. I haven’t received such troubling news before. This calls for collectedness and patience. Have I ever been anything but patient? As for collectedness, I pray in the Holy Mosque, and stand before Allah Almighty, so I feel calm and peaceful. But then, the news about Iraq disturbs my peace. News from Iraq has always been disturbing, so, what is new? I heard that Abdul Malek is preparing to invade Iraq. Iraq has always been in danger. Two parties are trying to take over it now; the Khawarij and Qatari bin Al-Fuja’a on one hand, and Abdul Malek bin Marwan and the Umayyads on the other. Are you worried about Mus’ab or afraid to lose control over Iraq? Souls belong to Allah, as for losing the land… If you’re that worried about Iraq under Mus’ab’s rule, why don’t you send him reinforcements to aid him against your enemies and his? How can I leave Hijaz with no defenders and let Ka’ba be a prize for those who want to seize it? You should balance both matters and handle them with power. Go back to your court, and confer with your counsellors. You can’t face these threats except with faith and purity. I can face anything when I get my determination from you. You seem ready to fight, Hajjaj. My Lord, I am a strong man and a good counsellor, and I’m also short-tempered. My anger renders the sword obedient in my hand to defeat my enemy. If this is true, then I’ve chosen the right man. Tell me about Syria and its people, Syrian, as you know them more than I do. In what aspect, My Lord? The only aspect we’re thinking about, war. Can we rely on their help? Let me tell you something, My Lord. – Go ahead. – We still don’t know how tough these people are in fighting, but we do know they’re loyal to their Ruler. Abdul Malek and Marwan’s dynasty aren’t worthy of loyalty. There are many ways to gain loyalty.

حجاج بن یوسف قسط نمبر 7

I haven’t seen you like this before. I haven’t received such troubling news before. This calls for collectedness and patience. Have I ever been anything but patient? As for collectedness, I pray in the Holy Mosque, and stand before Allah Almighty, so I feel calm and peaceful. But then, the news about Iraq disturbs my peace. News from Iraq has always been disturbing, so, what is new? I heard that Abdul Malek is preparing to invade Iraq. Iraq has always been in danger. Two parties are trying to take over it now; the Khawarij and Qatari bin Al-Fuja’a on one hand, and Abdul Malek bin Marwan and the Umayyads on the other. Are you worried about Mus’ab or afraid to lose control over Iraq? Souls belong to Allah, as for losing the land… If you’re that worried about Iraq under Mus’ab’s rule, why don’t you send him reinforcements to aid him against your enemies and his? How can I leave Hijaz with no defenders and let Ka’ba be a prize for those who want to seize it? You should balance both matters and handle them with power. Go back to your court, and confer with your counsellors. You can’t face these threats except with faith and purity. I can face anything when I get my determination from you. You seem ready to fight, Hajjaj. My Lord, I am a strong man and a good counsellor, and I’m also short-tempered. My anger renders the sword obedient in my hand to defeat my enemy. If this is true, then I’ve chosen the right man. Tell me about Syria and its people, Syrian, as you know them more than I do. In what aspect, My Lord? The only aspect we’re thinking about, war. Can we rely on their help? Let me tell you something, My Lord. – Go ahead. – We still don’t know how tough these people are in fighting, but we do know they’re loyal to their Ruler. Abdul Malek and Marwan’s dynasty aren’t worthy of loyalty. There are many ways to gain loyalty.

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What are you implying? – I am not implying. but I want to ask you how loyal the people of Iraq are to your brother Mus’ab and the family of Zubair? – Do you have doubts about this? – Money has a lot of power. Only over people with weak faith. Come to the point you want to talk about. The Marwan dynasty spend a lot of money to get people’s support. I’m worried they may have bribed some men of your brother’s retinue in Iraq. The spies of Abdul Malek were exposed and punished. I think there are many more behind those who were exposed, and I think they succeeded. – What do you suggest? – Write to Mus’ab, and warn him, not only from Ibn Marwan, but from those close to him who may betray and entrap him, and join Abdul Malek if he attacks suddenly. Mus’ab has to cleanse his place and leave only trustworthy people around him before any war. My Lord, the caliph, why don’t you send me to him in Iraq? I need you here to complete your work in Ka’ba. I’ll send someone else. See, Ghazalah? We gain more supporters and fighters wherever we go. Yes, but we don’t know what brings them to you; loyalty or hatred for both the Umayyads and Zubairs? There’s no difference, as long as we achieve our goal. I noticed you were upset and repressed your anger, sheikh. What did the caliph do to upset you? Glory be to Allah, Ibn Al-Zubair’s nature is commendable except for one trait. I hinted at it but he ignored me. – What is it? – Not spending much money on people although they’re in need. But he spends a lot on restoring Ka’ba and expanding the Holy Mosque. This is a service to Allah, and I believe He is pleased with him, for his fasting and prayers, and for taking care of the Holy Mosque. But he is at war with a great enemy, and soldiers are the fuel of war. His enemy Abdul Malek bin Marwan spent a fortune on that. Money is a powerful weapon. I know that, and I know the Umayyads pay attention to that. This is what concerns me about Mus’ab in Iraq. Despite his strength and courage, he shares this with his brother. Talking about this won’t do us any good. You did well in Ka’ba and the Holy Mosque. God bless you, come on. Repeat what the man from Syria said. He said that he left, while Abdul Malek was gathering his troops to march to Iraq. Who will lead the army? He wasn’t sure, but he thought Abdul Malek would lead it himself. Himself? May God forgive his sins, and honor him by being killed and buried here in Kufa, so I would witness his end. Is this the land of Zufer bin Alharith, Hajjaj? We’ll be safe here, My Lord. Is this Tubana that you refused to rule? I would never refuse something you want, but… Never mind. Did you really say “a state hidden behind a mound is doomed”? – Yes, I did. – If you have accepted it, I would’ve thought you had a limited ambition, and a soul as constricted as this state, then, I would have undervalued you. I wouldn’t do that, My Lord, as the whole world wouldn’t be big enough for me under your command.

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