Ala Al-Din

Ala Al-Din

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  • Ala Al-Din was a small greedy boy who never did any work, to help his mother. One day a black dwarf came to their house, and requested to see Ala Al-Din's father. Unfortunately, Ala Al-Din's father left, so the black dwarf took Ala Al-Din.
  • Ala Al-Din, Do you work, you scoundrel!!!
  • The Black Dwarf takes Ala Al-Din in to a temple that only Ala Al-Din can access. Ala Al-Din doesn't know it, but the temple if filled with jewels and treasures. The Black Dwarf thought that Ala Al-Din was going to steal the treasure for himself so the Black Dwarf locked Ala AL-Din in the temple.
  • I will never get out of this temple! I will be locked in here forever! Wait! That golden lamp and ring looks interesting. I'll pick them up
  • Ala Al-Din ran home, and everything was fine. They sold the treasures that they found for huge sums of money. Ala Al-Din saw the princess, and was immediately in love with her. He asked to marry her but was turned down. He used the magic lamp to make the other man seem crazy. After this, he got to marry the princess. Unfortunately , the Black dwarf gets the lamp, and uses it to steal the palace and the princess
  • Ala Al-Din and the princess get married, and lived in a palace that the lamp built for Ala Al-Din. One day the king looked out of the window to look at the beautiful palace. There was nothing there. The Black Dwarf had stolen it. He called Ala Al-Din a devil, and ordered him to execution for the "death" of his daughter.
  • Where is the palace, and my daughter. I order Ala Al-Din's execution!!!
  • I do not know. The black dwarf stole my beloved wife!
  • Ala Al-Din proves that he didn't steal the princess. He gets the ring and transports himself to the palace that the Ifrit carried for the Black Dwarf. Ala Al-Din saves the princess.
  • No, I love Ala Al-Din. I would never marry you
  • Marry me now!
  • Ala Al-Din isn't coming!
  • Ala Al-Din transports himself back home with the palace and the princess. He punishes the dwarf by destroying the lamp, and sets the Ifrit free. He lives happily every after with the princess.
  • I will punish you forever.
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