This is the unprecedented gutsy story of Ashab e Kahf, DescriptionIn Christian and Islamic custom, the Seven Sleepers is the story of a get-together of youngsters who concealed inside a sinkhole outside the city of Ephesus.
This game plan is made by Farajollah Salahshoor (1997). The show is famous in Iran and abroad particularly Pakistan and Azerbaijan yet also has been precluded in Arab countries and Fatawa has been given against this show. The Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Imran Khan praised the show and endorsed people to watch it.
The story expresses that during the mistreatments by the Roman sovereign Decius, around 250 AD, seven youthful colleagues were faulted for following Christianity.
They were offered exactly an optimal chance to renounce their certainty, yet they wouldn’t bow to Roman images. In light of everything, they chose to give their normal product to needy individuals and leave to a mountain cave to entreat, where they fell asleep.
The Emperor, seeing that their disposition towards free-thought had not improved, mentioned the kickoff of the cave to be fixed. Headstones in the Siebenschläferkirche (Rotthof), Germany Decius kicked the pail in 251, and various years passed during which Christianity went from being manhandled to being the state religion of the Roman Empire. At some later time-for the most part given as during the standard of Theodosius II (408-450)- in 447 A.D. Reference: Wikipedia