Abu Al’Murtad has a remarkably even temperament for one of the Habbalah. Slurs run right off his back, especially ones likening him to either an angel or a devil. After all, he is both, and he sees little reason to be upset by the truth.
No, Abu Al’Murtad reserves his punishments for the Almighty itself. It is for this reason that he names himself Apostate, though he makes it a point to follow all the tenants of Islam save for the love of god. Abu Al’Murtad believes that it was God’s will that the demon punish mankind, and this is precisely why he chooses not to. Instead the fallen angel heals them, restoring hunger where it had been lost to illness or abuse. Continue reading