Self-taught is also very creative in learning, he does not only believe in one reference, but he has more references and tests the quality of references which can be trusted, for example, he will find out about the conquest of Constantinople by Sultan Mehmed II (Muhammad Al-Fatih) so he does not only absolute belief in Roger Crowley’s book titled 1453 Seconds of the Fall of Constantinople to the Hand of Muslims, but he also had references from a book called Muhammad Al-Fatih 1453 by Felix Siauw, Al-Fatih: Conqueror of Constantinople by Alwi Alatas or Bangkit and the Collapse of Dr. Ottoman Caliphate Ali Muhammad Ash-Shalabi. That is the character of an autodidact, not just learning with one reference.

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