World History from As-Safi Octalogy by Shukur Tebuev

Shukur Tebuev

As-Safi Octalogy by Shukur Tebuev, Karachai poet from Russia, tells the Story of the World from its creation to its intended end in the context of the history of the Prophets of all Abrahamic religions. 

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As-Safi Octalogy. Prophet Adam

Chapter 1. Ancestor of mankind

Chapter 2. 92 days

Chapter 3. The background and creation of man

Chapter 4. Adam arrives on Earth

Chapter 5. Prophet Shith, son of Adam

Chapter 6. Prophet Idris

Chapter 7. Why does As-Safi Octalogy have no respect for the «Aryan» theme?

Chapter 8. Why can Muslims write poetry?

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As-Safi Octalogy. Prophet Nuh

Chapter 1. Continuation of the battle

Chapter 2. Ark of Noah

Chapter 3. Prophet Hud and ‘Ad tribe

Chapter 4. Prophet Salih and Thamud tribe

Chapter 5. Thu-l-Qarnain — Lord of the world

Chapter 6. Al-Khadir, immortal

Chapter 7. Timing

Chapter 8. The foundations of this world

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As-Safi Octalogy. Prophet Ibrahim

Chapter 1. Chosen clan

Chapter 2. Kangan, son of Kush

Chapter 3. Prophet Lut — Ibrahim’s nephew

Chapter 4. Prophet Isma’il — Ibrahim’s firstborn

Chapter 5. Prophet Ishaq — second son of Ibrahim

Chapter 6. Prophet Ya’qub — grandson of Ibrahim

Chapter 7. Prophet Yusuf — great grandson of Ibrahim

Chapter 8. Prophet Ayyub — angelic patience

Chapter 9. Prophet Thu-l-Kifl — who is he?

Chapter 10. Propet Shu’aib — Musa’s father-in-law

Chapter 11. Muttaqi — devout

Chapter 12. Evil word

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As-Safi Octalogy. Prophet Musa

Chapter 1. Magic staff

Chapter 2. Mal’un — damned by Allah

Chapter 3. Musa visiting Shu’aib

Chapter 4. Return to Misr (Egypt)

Chapter 5. Martyrdom deaths of Asiyah and Mashitah with her children

Chapter 6. Reckoning time

Chapter 7. Way to Sham

Chapter 8. Tawrah — Torah of Moses

Chapter 9. Prophet Yusha’ — Jesus Naveen

Chapter 10. Hezkil — 3d Prophet of Israels after Musa

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As-Safi Octalogy. Prophet Daud

Chapter 1. Melting iron

Chapter 2. Prophet Ilyas

Chapter 3. Prophet Shamuil (Sham’un) — Samuel

Chapter 4. Zabur of Daud — Psalter after David

Chapter 5. Prophet Suleiman ibn Daud and his power

Chapter 6. Sage Luqman

Chapter 7. Prophet Sha’ya’

Chapter 8. Prophet Armia’

Chapter 9. Prophet Daniyal

Chapter 10. Prophet ‘Uzeyir

Chapter 11. Prophet Baluqia

Chapter 12. People of saturday which were turned into monkeys and pigs

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As-Safi Octalogy. Prophet ‘Isa

Chapter 1. Zahid

Chapter 2. Ruhu Llah

Chapter 3. Daughters of Fakuz — Aisha’ and Hanna

Chapter 4. Maryam and her son ‘Isa (Jesus)

Chapter 5. Two Prophets: Zakaria and his son Yahia

Chapter 6. Prophet Yunus ibn Matta

Chapter 7. Ashab al-Kahfi: teenagers and a dog in a cave

Chapter 8. Prophet Jarjis

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As-Safi Octalogy. Prophet Muhammad

Prologue and al-Bab 1. Greeting

Al-Bab 2. Elephant Mahmud

Al-Bab 3. Birth of the Prophet

Al-Bab 4. Identification of the Essence

Al-Bab 5. Childhood and early life

Al-Bab 6. Marrying Khadijah

Al-Bab 7. Clan of the Prophet

Al-Bab 8. Recovery of the Kaaba after mudflows

Al-Bab 9. Preparation for the Prophecy

Al-Bab 10. School of Hira

Al-Bab 11. Beginning of the Prophecy: 1st year

Al-Bab 12. What is the Prophecy?

Al-Bab 13. The Messenger of Allah

Al-Bab 14. The first Muslims

Al-Bab 15. First three years

Al-Bab 16. The fighter of the spirit. Combat techniques

Al-Bab 17. 4th year: open call

Al-Bab 18. 13 years of torture in Mecca

Al-Bab 19. 5th year: 1st migration to Abyssinia

Al-Bab 20. 6th year: Hamza and ‘Umar accept Islam

Al-Bab 21. 7th year: trial of people of the Abu Talib clan

Al-Bab 22. 8th year: Ansar from Medina

Al-Bab 23. 10th year: Year of Sorrow

Al-Bab 24. Visiting Taif

Al-Bab 25. The first muslim genies from Qamishli

Al-Bab 26. Return to Mecca

Al-Bab 27. 11th year: Mi’raj-ascension

Al-Bab 28. 13th year: Hijra-emigration

Al-Bab 29. 1st year after the Hijra of the Prophet (AH 1). Step one: construction of the Mosque of the Prophet

Al-Bab 30. Step 2: Fatima, Umm Kulthum, Usama ibn Zaid, Umm Aiman and Sauda come to Medina

Al-Bab 31. Step 3: brotherhood between Muhajirun and Ansar

Al-Bab 32. Step 4: Jewish call and contract with them

Al-Bab 33. Azan

Al-Bab 34. Abdullah ibn Salam accept Islam

Al-Bab 35. Munafiqun-hypocrites

Al-Bab 36. Ghazawat and Saroya. Economic war

Al-Bab 37. AH 2. Qibla change: facing Mecca rather than Jerusalem during prayer

Al-Bab 38. The Prophet’s marriage to ‘Aisha

Al-Bab 39. Prescription of Saum-abstinence in Ramadan month

Al-Bab 40. Battle of Badr

Al-Bab 41. Wars against Banu Sulaima and Banu Qaynuqa

Al-Bab 42. ‘Ali’s marriage to Fatima

Al-Bab 43. AH 3. Between Badr and Uhud

Al-Bab 44. Battle of Uhud

Al-Bab 45. Prohibition of alcohol. Saria of Abu Salama

Al-Bab 46. Stick of the Prophet

Al-Bab 47. AH 4. The story of ar-Rajia

Al-Bab 48. Bi’ru Ma’una and 70 killed Muslims

Al-Bab 49. War against Banu Nadir

Al-Bab 50. War Dhati-r-Riqa’

Al-Bab 51. Battle of Badr Small

Al-Bab 52. AH 5. Prophet campaign towards Damascus

Al-Bab 53. War against Banu Mustaliq (al-Muraysi’)

Al-Bab 54. Battle of Khandaq (Moat)

Al-Bab 55. War against Banu Qurayza

Al-Bab 56. AH 6. Saroya

Al-Bab 57. As-Sulh — Truce of Hudaybiyyah

Al-Bab 58. AH 7. Battle of Haybar

Al-Bab 59. Refund of a missed ‘Umra

Al-Bab 60. AH 8. Battle of Mu’ta

Al-Bab 61. Conquest of Mecca

Al-Bab 62. Battle of Hunayn

Al-Bab 63. Campaign against Taif

Al-Bab 64. AH 9. Prophet’s campaign against Byzantium (Battle of Tabuk)

Al-Bab 65. Masjid al-Dirar

Al-Bab 66. Tribal delegations to the Prophet

Al-Bab 67. Ambassadors of the Prophet to the Heads of State

Al-Bab 68. AH 10. Farewell Hajj of the Prophet

Al-Bab 69. Campaign of Usama ibn Zaid against Byzantium in Syria

Al-Bab 70. Return…

Caliph Ali karrama Llahu wajhahu

As-Safi Octalogy. Rashidun Caliphs

Al-Bab 72. Geopolitics of the world — Arabs dominate …

Al-Bab 73. 11th year after the Hijra (AH) of the Prophet. Caliph Abu Bakr

Al-Bab 74. AH 12. Caliph Abu Bakr

Al-Bab 75. 13th year after the Hijra of the Prophet. Caliph ‘Umar

Al-Bab 76. AH 14. Caliph ‘Umar

Al-Bab 77. AH 15. Caliph ‘Umar

Al-Bab 78. AH 16. Caliph ‘Umar

Al-Bab 79. AH 17. Caliph ‘Umar

Al-Bab 80. AH 18. Caliph ‘Umar

Al-Bab 81. AH 19. Caliph ‘Umar

Al-Bab 82. AH 20. Caliph ‘Umar

Al-Bab 83. AH 21. Caliph ‘Umar

Al-Bab 84. AH 22. Caliph ‘Umar

Al-Bab 85. AH 23. Caliph ‘Umar

Al-Bab 86. 24th year after the Hijra of the Prophet. Caliph ‘Uthman

Al-Bab 87. AH 25. Caliph ‘Uthman

Al-Bab 88. AH 26. Caliph ‘Uthman

Al-Bab 89. AH 27. Caliph ‘Uthman

Al-Bab 90. AH 28. Caliph ‘Uthman

Al-Bab 91. AH 29. Caliph ‘Uthman

Al-Bab 92. AH 30. Caliph ‘Uthman

Al-Bab 93. AH 31. Caliph ‘Uthman

Al-Bab 94. AH 32. Caliph ‘Uthman

Al-Bab 95. AH 33. Caliph ‘Uthman

Al-Bab 96. AH 34. Caliph ‘Uthman

Al-Bab 97. AH 35. Caliph ‘Uthman

Al-Bab 98. 36th year after the Hijra of the Prophet. Caliph ‘Ali

Al-Bab 99. AH 37. Caliph ‘Ali

Al-Bab 100. AH 38. Caliph ‘Ali

Al-Bab 101. AH 39. Caliph ‘Ali

Al-Bab 102. 40th year after the Hijra of the Prophet: end of the Rashidun Caliphate on Earth

Al-Bab 103. Grandchildren of the Prophet al-Hasan and al-Husain. Imam Mahdi

Imam Shamil qaddasa Llahu sirrahul jalil

As-Safi Octalogy. Awliya-Saints

Awliya-Saints of Naqshbandi

1st «Gold» Silsila of Naqshbandi. 1. Prophet Muhammad (died at AH 11)

2. Caliph ‘Ali (died at AH 40)

3. Al-Husain ibn ‘Ali (died at AH 61)

4. ‘Ali-Asgar Zayn al-‘Abidin (died at AH 94)

5. Muhammad al-Baqir (died at AH 117)

6. Ja’far al-Sadiq (died at AH 148)

7. Musa al-Kadhim (died at AH 183)

8. ‘Ali al-Rida (died at AH 202)

9. Ma’ruf al-Karkhi (died at AH 201)

10. Sari al-Saqati (died at AH 251)

11. Al-Junayd (died at AH 298)

12. Abu ‘Ali al-Ruzbari (died at AH ?)

13. Abu ‘Ali al-Katib (died at AH 342)

14. Abu ‘Uthman al-Maghribi (died at AH ?)

15. Abu al-Qasim al-Gurgani (died at AH 450)

16. Abu ‘Ali al-Farmadi (died at AH 477)

2nd Silsila of Naqshbandi. 1. Prophet Muhammad

2. Caliph ‘Ali

3. Al-Hasan al-Basri (died at AH 111)

4. Habib al-‘Ajami (died at AH ?)

5. Daud al-Tai (died at AH 166)

6. Ma’ruf al-Karkhi (died at AH 201)

3d Silsila of Naqshbandi. 1. Prophet Muhammad

2. Caliph Abu Bakr (died at AH 13)

3. Salman al-Farisi (died at AH 33)

4. Qasim (died at AH 106)

5. Ja’far al-Sadiq (died at AH 148)

6. Abu Yazid al-Bistami (died at AH 261)

7. Abu al-Hasan al-Kharqani (died at AH 425)

Common to all Three Silsilas continuation of Naqshbandi. 8. Abu ‘Ali al-Farmadi (died at AH 477)

9. Yusuf al-Hamadani (died at AH 535)

10. ‘Abd al-Khaliq al-Guzhduwani (died at AH 575)

11. ‘Arif al-Rawgari (died at AH 616)

12. Mahmud Injir al-Faghnawi (died at AH 717)

13. ‘Ali al-Ramitani (died at AH 715)

14. Muhammad Baba al-Sammasi (died at AH 755)

15. Said Amir Kulal (died at AH 772)

16. Shah Naqshband (died at AH 791)

17. ‘Alauddin al-‘Attar (died at AH 795)

18. Ya’qub al-Charkhi (died at AH 851)

19. ‘Ubaydullah al-Ahrar (died at AH 895)

20. Muhammad Zahid (died at AH 936)

21. Darwish Muhammad (died at AH 970)

22. Hawajak al-Imkanaki (died at AH 1010)

23. Muhammad al-Baqi (died at AH 1022)

24. Ahmad al-Faruq (died at AH 1034)

25. Muhammad Ma’sum (died at AH 1079)

26. Saifuddin (died at AH 1095)

27. Nur Muhammad (died at AH 1135)

28. Habibullah (died at AH 1195)

29. ‘Abdullah al-Dahlawi (died at AH 1240)

30. Khalid-shah al-Baghdadi (died at AH 1242)

31. Isma’il al-Kurdumeri (died at AH ?)

32. Khas-Muhammad al-Shirwani (died at AH 1260)

33. Muhammad al-Yaraghi (died at AH 1254)

34. Jamaluddin al-Kazikumuhi (died at AH 1283)

35. Imam Shamil (died at AH 1287)

Imam Shamil qaddasa Llahu sirrahul jalil

As-Safi Octalogy. Imam Shamil

When we reach the Face of the Creator we begin with His Name

Penetration of Islam in the Caucasus

AH 1180 — last cutoff of time

World resonance of the Imam’s 25 year war

Where was Karachay in that war of the Imam?

Evil spirits need a guide to Hell

Russia in the Caucasus

Reflections

Year 1242 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1243 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1244 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1245 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1246 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1247 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1248 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1249 after the Hijra of the Prophet

AH 1250 — Shamil becomes Imam

Year 1251 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1252 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1253 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1254 after the Hijra of the Prophet

AH 1255 — Battle of Ahulgo

Year 1256 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1257 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1258 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1259 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1260 after the Hijra of the Prophet

AH 1261 — the defeat of Field Marshal Vorontsov, Viceroy of the Caucasus

Year 1262 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1263 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1264 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1265 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1266 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1267 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1268 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1269 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1270 after the Hijra of the Prophet

AH 1271-1273 — sunset of the Imamate

Year 1274 after the Hijra of the Prophet

Year 1275 after the Hijra of the Prophet

AH 1276 — Battle of Gunib

AH 1277-1285 — 10 years in captivity

Year 1286 after the Hijra of the Prophet

AH 1287 — Imam returns to Allah

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