The Cadi and the Jewish Merchant

Elisa Chimenti


Toward the end of the reign of Moulay Hassan, there was a cadi whose avarice was so great that he was likened to a tomb, for the tomb, ever receiving, never gives anything back. The cadi accepted gifts from everyone but never offered the smallest sum to charity. Although he was well versed in the law of Allah, he failed to obey the precepts of the…

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