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Ala al-DIn was no considerate man. Ala al-Din was a very greedy person, and a lazy man. Ala al-Din would cause chaos wherever he would go.
Get back here you thief!
The black dwarf, slowly got impatient with Ala al-Din. Ala al-Din soon figured that the dwarf was no uncle of his, but just a greedy old man using him.
Ala al-Din marries Budr al-Budr from the help of the ifrit. After getting rid of the Wazir's son.
The black dwarf is keeping Budr al-Budr hostage in the palace, with the power of his lamp. With this help he is forcing Budr al-Budr to marry him.
Oh help me someone!
Ala al-DIn saves budr al-budr
Ala al-Din saves his wife and takes back the lamp that holds the ifrit. From the help of Alal al-Din's ring ifrit he was able to help. When he retrieves the lamp he orders the ifrit to take back the palace.
After banishing the dwarf to Africa. Ala al-Din had released/freed the ifrit from the lamp. So Ala al-Din lived together happily with his loved wife Budr al-Budr.
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