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The Ruler Who Fear To Allah.

 One day, Haroon Al-Rasheed asked the royal cook, is there any meat of Jazdar (a precious and rare animal) in the kitchen?

  The Holy Ameer is of all kinds. The royal cook replied, 

  So tonight's dinner will be with jazdar. 

  Dinner was served. Haroon Al-Rasheed put a morsel of Jazdar meat in his mouth. Jafar Barmaki was standing near him. He laughed. Haroon Al-Rasheed asked why did you laugh?

  Jaffar said just leave. Haroon Al-Rasheed said no, I will not eat until you tell me

  What do you think will be the value of the one bite you just ate ...? Jaffar discovered?

  About three thousand dirhams. Haroon al-Rashid's answer was

  No, its price is 4 lakh dirhams. Jaffar was fried to his surprise

  Hearing this, Haroon Al-Rasheed's ears stood up and he asked how?

  Jaffar said that some time ago you had ordered this meat but coincidentally this meat was not available at that time. You said that this meat should be present in the royal kitchen. You forgot to talk about this but every day this animal. 

 The supply of meat has been ensured but you have not ordered again, it has been done today and the meat of 4 lakh dirhams has been bought so far, I just laughed at the fact that four lakh dirhams have been spent for one dish so far.

  It was heard that Haroon Al-Rasheed was in a bad condition due to fear. Zaroqtar started crying and because of this he became so extravagant. He sent alms and distributed the same to the poor of Kufa and Baghdad, but the anxiety remained and he could not eat anything out of grief.

  Even Qazi Abu Yusuf came and asked what was the reason for this situation. The caliph narrated the story. 

  Abu Yusuf asked Jafar Barmaki, who was standing next to him, if the meat of this animal which was slaughtered every day was wasted ...? Abu Yusuf said, "it was not wasted, but it was distributed among the poor."

  Abu Yusuf reassured the caliph that he should not be upset, but thanks to him the poor people have been eating such wonderful food and it is like a charity.

          Living conditions:

  Haroon Rashid was the son of the third Abbasid Caliph Al-Mahdi who ruled from 775 to 785. Aaron became caliph when he was 22 years old. On the day he took over the caliphate, his wife gave birth to Mamun al-Rashid. Under Haroon Rashid, Baghdad, the capital of the Abbasid Caliphate, reached its peak. 

 He built a new palace in Baghdad that was bigger and more beautiful than all the previous palaces, including his famous court with which thousands of courtiers were associated. He later moved to al-Raqqa, Syria, in view of the situation in Syria, but said that Baghdad was better than any other place in the world. Haroon was a just king who roamed the streets of the capital in disguise at night to find out the problems of the people.

    Military life:

  In the military, Haroon was a valiant soldier who showed the essence of his bravery when his father was caliph. He later commanded an army of 95,000 against the Byzantine Empire, which was then under Queen Erin. After defeating the well-known General Nekt of Erin, Haroon's army encamped at Crisopolis (now Oskodar, Turkey), in the Asian part just opposite Constantinople.

  When the queen saw that the Muslim forces were about to take over the city, she sent ambassadors for a treaty, but Haroon refused to accept all the conditions, demanding an immediate surrender. An ambassador is said to have said that the queen has heard a lot about your abilities as a general, even though you are her enemy, but she values ​​you as a soldier. Haroon was pleased with these words and told the ambassadors to tell their queen that if she continued to give us 70,000 ashrafs a year, no Muslim army would harm Constantinople. The queen accepted the condition and paid tribute to the first year on which the Muslim forces returned home. After many years of paying tribute, 802 Nicefors refused to pay tribute and declared war.

  Haroon marched against Nicephorus with a large army and besieged the Black Sea town of Heraclius, agreeing to pay tribute to Nicephorus again. But as soon as the caliph arrived in Baghdad, he retreated again, and Haroon again attacked Asia Minor with 15,000 men, while the Romans numbered 125,000. 40,000 soldiers were killed. Despite agreeing to pay the tribute, the Roman emperor again withdrew, at which time Haroon Rashid ordered his assassination and once again invaded the Roman Empire, but at the same time a revolt broke out in a city in the Abbasid Empire. He set out to crush it but died of an illness. He was buried in Tus.

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