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Ali Baba & The Forty Thieves

Ali Baba & The Forty Thieves

Ali Baba & The Forty Thieves

“Ali Baba And The Forty Thieves” are an ancient folk tale added into the One Thousand and One Nights by the late French translator Antoine Galland who first heard it in the Maronite village of Deir El Balad, in the North of Lebanon. It was translated into English as “The Forty Thieves and Other Tales of the Desert”. It tells the story of Ali Baba (also known as Ali Baba of Maratha fame) and how he and his gang of robbers are caught by an innocent merchant boy called Hammad and sold into slavery.
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“Ali Baba And The Forty Thieves” are an ancient folk tale added into the One Thousand and One Nights by the late French translator Antoine Galland who first heard it in the Maronite village of Deir El Balad, in the North of Lebanon. It was translated into English as “The Forty Thieves and Other Tales of the Desert”. It tells the story of Ali Baba (also known as Ali Baba of Maratha fame) and how he and his gang of robbers are caught by an innocent merchant boy called Hammad and sold into slavery. Hammad is a Muslim, so there is no mistaking how Ali and his men were treated and tortured. However, even after they are sold they are not allowed to leave because they are still considered to be Muslims and their presence is prohibited.

After a while, Ali Baba gets fed up with the torture and decides that enough is enough and decides that the only way out is to escape from the palace and get away with his belongings. However, the guards soon catch up with Ali and the others and they have to fight their way out to freedom. In order to do this, Ali Baba uses a technique known as “kung fu”, which was introduced by a Buddhist named Kung Wu. He learned how to use this martial art when a monk taught him and he became a master at it.

Ali Baba is very strong, so he fights all of his enemies and is able to defeat them all. Then, after he defeats them all, he then tries to escape, but he and his gang are caught and imprisoned in a small hole. He tries to escape on a donkey, but the soldiers find him and his gang and drag him back to prison. After a few years in prison, Ali Baba meets the young man Hammad, a member of a Muslim family. Hammad is one of the few who escaped and Hammad tells Ali of a beautiful woman named Fatima, whom he wants to marry. He also tells him about the Forty thieves and that if Ali Baba wants to marry Fatima, he must kill his friends.

However, Ali Baba is reluctant to do this, but Hammad convinces him to go through with it by promising to help Ali get out of jail and marry Fatima. When Ali and his friends finally escape, Hammad finds them and helps to train them to become a band of thieves. Hammad is a good fighter and is often seen to be more powerful than Ali, but there is a lot of friction between the two as well. Eventually, Hammad ends up killing Ali Baba and leaving Fatima to marry Hammad. Although not really accepted into Islam, Hammad is forced to follow his old ways.

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