The wise caliph summary
After failing to resolve a property dispute between a rich man and a beggar on a beautiful white horse, the judge sued Caliph Haroon Rashid for the right decision. The caliph summoned the two men to his court and listened to their statements. To establish the true owner of the horse, the caliph ordered them to place their hands on the horse individually. At the beggar’s touch, the horse showed its boredom. However, when he touched the rich man, he expressed his happiness. The caliph ordered a rich man to restore the horse because it was the real owner and the beggar acted accordingly.
Caliph Harun al-Rashid was a wise Muslim king of Baghdad. One day as he was handling the case, the city judge brought a controversial case before him. In fact, two people claimed the same horse. … When they reached the city gate, the beggar refused to come down and claimed that the horse belonged to him.
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