This is Episode number 32 of Season 5 with Urdu Subtitles. Otherwise, there will be heavy consequences for both… you and the two tribes Never ever! I haven’t done anything that warrants an apology And above all, I m not going to beg forgiveness from you. The women in the Kilimhane witnessed that it was a self-defense. If Divan is to be set. so be it, if a Kadi is to be called, so be it. Obstinacy is an enemy and anger is disease, Selcan Hatun. Its no use to stick to it. Come on. listen to me. ask for forgiveness. We will find a way to get around it. Now… you pay good attention to my words. I will accept any verdict I would be given. But, I won’t beg forgiveness either from Sirma or your brother whatsoever Then, more s the pity for everyone. Give it a good thought. None of you heard who was the person Ertugrul’s abducted, did you?
No, Sir. That was someone we’ve never seen before. Well, what about his manner of dress, what did he looked like? Was he dressed like a Palace Official, or just like an ordinary man Answer to me! Of course, he was not an ordinary person! That was the Seljuk’s Sultan Keykavus II himself! Soldiers, you may leave. So that was Keykavus Ertugrul requested men from us in order to abduct him. Although, there is something I don t get quite right. Wasn’t Ertugrul expelled from the tribe? Didnt they round up his Alps and… left Ertugrul isolated, with no connections whatsoever? And since this was unknown even to us. where did Ertugrul learned that… Keykavus was to be brought from Constantinople?
Do you think there is someone who is helping him on the sly, Sir? I’m sure there is, Uranos, I’m sure. Someone unknown to everyone has his hand involved in this. But who9 Well, we must find this out. So. how are we going to proceed, Sir? Just consider this well. A man who was being brought by the Byzantines, and was to be… taken by the Mongols but was snatched by Ertugrul instead… is a very powerful key to these lands. We’ll keep an eye on him. And, if the need arises, we will get him. As you say, Sir. Ertugrul sent word via his Alp He wants to meet with me in the morning. Let’s see what is it about this time? Alincak went to the Han. So. I’m going there too We might get some valuable information from him. The door!
We were distressed by the abhorrent incidents that have befallen, my Sultan. Praise be to Allah, you’re out of troubles now. And your health is sound. May Ertugrul Bey and his valiants live long. They saved me from the fate of being a captive of the oppressors. In the times gone by. we used to enthrone our rulers. Now they have debased our throne and our Turban [Sultan’s elaborate Turbans instead of crown] Now what we have left is a handful of men committed to fight for our own homeland. And to fight against such a big army, at that.
Everything that we relied upon has been taken away from us. my Sultan. How is that? We relied upon the splendor of our ruler’s Turban and the throne. We have relied upon our large armies. It fed our pride and our self-importance. It weakened our souls. And dropped a curtain between us and Allah subhanehu we Ta’ala. Whereas, Allah subhanehu we Ta ala requested from us to rely upon Him (swt) only [the most Glorified, the most High] What you say is truth. Ne’ve committed a great many misdeeds. And we are ultimately paying the price for it. Allah subhanehu we Ta’ala’s Mercy embraces all things. [Al-A’raf; 7:156] For He is never unjust to His servants”, but is Most Merciful. [Surats – 8 51 22 10, 41:46] In shaa Allah, this hopelessness we are enveloped in now… will become our greatest strength. In shaa Allah In shaa Allah What is the wisdom in this, Khodja? Calamities and trials are sent to distinguish… between people, like sifting through a sieve. The weak ones will fall through. Genuinely believing servants will show their fortitude and survive.
They solely rely upon and expect help from Allah we Ta’ala only [concept of Tawakkul] Allah subhanehu we Ta’ala never deprive them of His help. [the Most Glorified, the Most High] Just as it was the case in the Battle of Hunayn. [fought on 26th January 630 CE] Our beloved Prophet, sallallahu alayhi wa sallem (pbuh), had twelve thousand strong army… in the Battle of Hunayn [mentioned in Surat at-Tawbah] Some among them believed that… they were powerful and therefore no one would be able to rival them. However, power was not in the numbers, but it was in relying on Allah subhanehu we Ta’ala. And this numerical strength of theirs on which they relied became the cause of such a defeat… that they fled from the battlefield in haste. Only eight out of the 12 thousand men remained with our Prophet (pbuh). They remained for the sake of Allah (swt) and our beloved Prophet (pbuh). And, Allah we Ta ala didn’t deprive them of His help. This was a test for them, since they were elated by their large numbers.