In His Name, be He glorified!
My Dear Brothers!
It is necessary to try to print the forty odd pages about me and the Risale-i Nur, the list of errors and corrections and its addendum, and the reply to the Posta newspaper, in both the old letters and the new, in Isparta and in Istanbul, and if possible here as well. Since the court is duplicating by machine the matters they suppose are against us, it is our legal right to duplicate the same matters together with the ninety errors, and this we must do. Later on, my long defence and the written objections of such friends as Ahmed Feyzi, Zübeyir, Mustafa Osman, Husrev, Sungur, and Ceylan shall be printed also, God willing.
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My Dear and Loyal Brothers!
It was imparted to me that I should write and tell you of two strange, subtle incidents that occurred within two hours, and were apparently insignificant but in fact important.
The First: I was reading to two people destined to be Risale-i Nur students ‘An Important Matter which was imparted to y Heart on the Night of Power’ from A Guide For Youth, then just as I read “it gains for the Risale-i Nur students in ten weeks the level of study the students of the religious schools (medrese) gain in five or ten years,” this occurred to me: just as through Divine favour the Old Said acquired in fifteen weeks at the age of fifteen the knowledge usually acquired in the medreses with fifteen years of study, so through dominical mercy at this time when there are no medreses, the Risale-i Nur is sufficient for acquiring in fifteen weeks the knowledge of the sciences of reality and belief it would otherwise take fifteen years to acquire, as fifteen thousand people have affirmed through their own experience this fifteen years.
Secondly: That same time, my window, which is heavy, without reason fell on my dishes and bottles and food. I supposed that both the window and all my bottles and drinking glasses were broken and the food they contained ruined. But marvellously, not one thing was either broken or spoilt. Only the meat I had received as a present was spilt. But it was destined for the new students of the Risale-i Nur, maintaining my rule of