Ala al-Din

Ala al-Din

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  • Ala al-Din was as lazy as a fat cat. In fact, if he was a cat, he should have been drowned at birth. For he did nothing for his poor widowed mother. Until a mysterious Black Dwarf arrived and convinced Ala al-Din he was his Uncle.
  • Does he know Mustafa is dead?
  • I'm your uncle ala-al din! I'm here to visit my brother, where is he?
  • Until the Black Dwarf tricks Ala al-Din and traps him in a cave. He returns to Africa and isn't seen again for a long time. Then Ala al-Din rubs the lamp the dwarf wanted to get for his black magic. Out came a magical ifrit who granted Ala al-Din many wishes.
  • Ala al-Din mainly wished for food. Then, when it was finished he sold the platters to pawnbrokers. With the money, Ala al-Din persuaded the King to marry his daughter, Badr al- Badur to him.
  • And this is our amazing palace.
  • This is my beautiful wife Badr al-Budur
  • I am the king!
  • Then, the Black Dwarf stole the palace and the Princess with the help of an ifrit. The king became so angry he promised to kill Ala al-Din if he didn't find her.
  • Ala al-Din fortunately discovered an ifrit in his ring. He used it to find Princess Badr al- Budur and bring her home
  • I am the genie of the ring. What do you want master?
  • Thankfully, Ala al-Din's plan worked. He brought Badr al- Budur back home to her father. Ala al-Din was forgiven by the King and everyone was delighted. The end.
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