Muhammad Al-Fateh Is the Conqueror of Constantinople

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Muhammad Al-Fateh is the Conqueror of Constantinople
So how to become perfectionists:
1- By having a goal in life.
2- A strong willpower.
3- Patience.
4- Knowledge and expertise, or seeking the assistance of the experts.

These, if you noticed, are the same elements of positiveness. If you find these 4 elements in you, perfection will come automatically.

I will relate to you the story of a person who had all those elements, and the result was an excellent and astounding work! This man is Muhammad Al-Fateh (Muhammad the Conqueror). I told you his story before, but very briefly. Now I will tell it in detail:

Muhammad Al-Fateh is the Conqueror of Constantinople, but let me first tell you about this city.

Constantinople is a city connecting the Mediterranean with the Black Sea, and Asia with Europe. It was considered the best global trade center in the medieval ages. About it Napoleon said: “If the world was one kingdom, there will be no better city befitting to be its capital than Constantinople”. The Romans were controlling it, and they led the whole world. Muslims tried to conquer it since the days of our master Ali Bin Abi-Talib (for over 800 years!), but in vain.

This was because of its fortified fortresses:
1- A moat outside the city walls, with a depth of 10 meters, and a width of 60 meters! 2- It had two fortified walls: the outer wall was 25 feet high, and 10 meters thick! 3- The inner wall was 40 feet high, and 15 meters thick, and it had guarding towers which were 60 meters high! 4- The city was triangular in shape, two sides directly overlooked the sea and the third was fortified by all those walls. 5- 400 battalions protected those walls.

The reason Muslims wanted to conquer that city was not only because it was strategically important, but also because of this Haddith

- The Prophet Peace Be Upon Him also said: “Verily, Constantinople shall be conquered, its commander shall be the best commander ever and his army...
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