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How did a servant deceive the governor of Basra? And so his cunning trick was exposed


Narrated by “Dixon” in his book “Arabs of the Desert”

The governor of Basra, Nasir Pasha al-Saadoun, used to attend his council, as was his daily habit, so one of his loyal men came to him with a strange request, and as much as the governor was pleased with that request, the strangeness and doubts he had about it.

This is one of the strange and strange stories that the famous British military officer and historian Harold Dixon tells in his book “Arabs of the Desert”, a witness that the Governor of Basra Nasir Pasha Al-Saadoun personally narrated to him, as he claimed.

Beginning of the story
Mishaab was one of the loyal guards of the governor, and he asked the bacha to continue his service, even by supervising the preparation of coffee, and the bacha was residing near Nasiriyah on the shore of the Euphrates, so the bacha was pleased with this request, but he was also surprised by him, so he asked him about the secret behind it, and for a long period of energy And he answered, and he answered.

The new “Sadoun” laughed, and answered, answered and wished, only: “Well, you have what you want, my son, and I will fulfill your desire,” except that he remained in doubt.

Dixon continues to tell his story, referring to the second day, the Basha sat in his council, as was the custom, to see the affairs of his state, receive people there, and meet their needs, but soon “Mashab” winked to remind him of what he promised to do, so the governor called him in hearing and in sight. This, and he found him in the picture, and being, as he described him, and his friend, and this was, and he insulted him, and he was forked, and his head was a sign of approval; To prove to those who are seated that he pays attention and heeds the instructions of the governor, and that he has a prestige and prestige with him.

And so the matter began to be repeated every day, and the current continued to wonder and wonder, and rumors circulated, until they began to be sure that “Mash`ab” had the trust and interest of the governor, so one of the sons of sheikhs came and asked “Mash`ab” for mediation, and to recommend the name of the governor, and paid him 20 dinars. as a commission for his fees.

And this was repeated every day, and the number of the seekers was repaid, and money, sheep, stock, stock, stock, stock, river stock, and orchards were collected.

Fear of being exposed
As “Mash’ab” was putting the wisdom of “contentment is an inexhaustible treasure” before his eyes all the time.. He was afraid that his case would be exposed and his game would be exposed by exploiting the kindness of the heart of the governor of Basra, so he approached him, and decided to be honest with him, from him and asked for his position, so the Pasha agreed immediately, except The astonishment that came upon him called him to ask him about the reason behind that, reminding him that he had asked him and begged him to work for him until his death!

He bid farewell to the accepted, and bid farewell to the Pasha, and this was acceptable, but it was acceptable upon acceptance, and he bid farewell to the Pasha, and thanked him for his good treatment.

How did a servant deceive the governor of Basra? And so his cunning trick was exposed


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The governor of Basra, Nasir Pasha al-Saadoun, used to attend his council, as was his daily habit, so one of his loyal men came to him with a strange request, and as much as the governor was pleased with that request, the strangeness and doubts he had about it.

This is one of the strange and strange stories that the famous British military officer and historian Harold Dixon tells in his book “Arabs of the Desert”, a witness that the Governor of Basra Nasir Pasha Al-Saadoun personally narrated to him, as he claimed.

Beginning of the story
Mishaab was one of the loyal guards of the governor, and he asked the bacha to continue his service, even by supervising the preparation of coffee, and the bacha was residing near Nasiriyah on the shore of the Euphrates, so the bacha was pleased with this request, but he was also surprised by him, so he asked him about the secret behind it, and for a long period of energy And he answered, and he answered.

The new “Sadoun” laughed, and answered, answered and wished, only: “Well, you have what you want, my son, and I will fulfill your desire,” except that he remained in doubt.

Dixon continues to tell his story, referring to the second day, the Basha sat in his council, as was the custom, to see the affairs of his state, receive people there, and meet their needs, but soon “Mashab” winked to remind him of what he promised to do, so the governor called him in hearing and in sight. This, and he found him in the picture, and being, as he described him, and his friend, and this was, and he insulted him, and he was forked, and his head was a sign of approval; To prove to those who are seated that he pays attention and heeds the instructions of the governor, and that he has a prestige and prestige with him.

And so the matter began to be repeated every day, and the current continued to wonder and wonder, and rumors circulated, until they began to be sure that “Mash`ab” had the trust and interest of the governor, so one of the sons of sheikhs came and asked “Mash`ab” for mediation, and to recommend the name of the governor, and paid him 20 dinars. as a commission for his fees.

And this was repeated every day, and the number of the seekers was repaid, and money, sheep, stock, stock, stock, stock, river stock, and orchards were collected.

Fear of being exposed
As “Mash’ab” was putting the wisdom of “contentment is an inexhaustible treasure” before his eyes all the time.. He was afraid that his case would be exposed and his game would be exposed by exploiting the kindness of the heart of the governor of Basra, so he approached him, and decided to be honest with him, from him and asked for his position, so the Pasha agreed immediately, except The astonishment that came upon him called him to ask him about the reason behind that, reminding him that he had asked him and begged him to work for him until his death!

He bid farewell to the accepted, and bid farewell to the Pasha, and this was acceptable, but it was acceptable upon acceptance, and he bid farewell to the Pasha, and thanked him for his good treatment.

02 July 2021 – 22 Dhu al-Qi’dah 1442

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Narrated by “Dixon” in his book “Arabs of the Desert”

The governor of Basra, Nasir Pasha al-Saadoun, used to attend his council, as was his daily habit, so one of his loyal men came to him with a strange request, and as much as the governor was pleased with that request, the strangeness and doubts he had about it.

This is one of the strange and strange stories that the famous British military officer and historian Harold Dixon tells in his book “Arabs of the Desert”, a witness that the Governor of Basra Nasir Pasha Al-Saadoun personally narrated to him, as he claimed.

Beginning of the story
Mishaab was one of the loyal guards of the governor, and he asked the bacha to continue his service, even by supervising the preparation of coffee, and the bacha was residing near Nasiriyah on the shore of the Euphrates, so the bacha was pleased with this request, but he was also surprised by him, so he asked him about the secret behind it, and for a long period of energy And he answered, and he answered.

The new “Sadoun” laughed, and answered, answered and wished, only: “Well, you have what you want, my son, and I will fulfill your desire,” except that he remained in doubt.

Dixon continues to tell his story, referring to the second day, the Basha sat in his council, as was the custom, to see the affairs of his state, receive people there, and meet their needs, but soon “Mashab” winked to remind him of what he promised to do, so the governor called him in hearing and in sight. This, and he found him in the picture, and being, as he described him, and his friend, and this was, and he insulted him, and he was forked, and his head was a sign of approval; To prove to those who are seated that he pays attention and heeds the instructions of the governor, and that he has a prestige and prestige with him.

And so the matter began to be repeated every day, and the current continued to wonder and wonder, and rumors circulated, until they began to be sure that “Mash`ab” had the trust and interest of the governor, so one of the sons of sheikhs came and asked “Mash`ab” for mediation, and to recommend the name of the governor, and paid him 20 dinars. as a commission for his fees.

And this was repeated every day, and the number of the seekers was repaid, and money, sheep, stock, stock, stock, stock, river stock, and orchards were collected.

Fear of being exposed
As “Mash’ab” was putting the wisdom of “contentment is an inexhaustible treasure” before his eyes all the time.. He was afraid that his case would be exposed and his game would be exposed by exploiting the kindness of the heart of the governor of Basra, so he approached him, and decided to be honest with him, from him and asked for his position, so the Pasha agreed immediately, except The astonishment that came upon him called him to ask him about the reason behind that, reminding him that he had asked him and begged him to work for him until his death!

He bid farewell to the accepted, and bid farewell to the Pasha, and this was acceptable, but it was acceptable upon acceptance, and he bid farewell to the Pasha, and thanked him for his good treatment.





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