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Umar, the second caliph, may have been the first to instigate a written collection of hija' paradoxically, since his moral strictness and aversion to lampoons are well-attested. He is reported to have said: I had forbidden you to mention anything of what happened between Muslims and polytheists in order to ward off mutual grudges and the spreading of infamy amongst you. However, since they are obstinate, write it down and preserve it.
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[...], may have been the first to instigate a written collection of hija' paradoxically, since his moral strictness and aversion to lampoons are well-attested. He is reported to have said: I had forbidden you to mention anything of what happened between Muslims and polytheists in order to ward off mutual grudges and the spreading of infamy amongst you. However, since they are obstinate, write it down and preserve it.
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Umar, the second caliph

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Abu al-Hasan Ali ibn Abbas ibn Jurayj (Arabic: أبو الحسن علي بن العباس بن جريج ‎‎), also known as [...] (born Baghdad in 836; died 896), was the son of a Persian mother. By the age of twenty he earned a living from his poetry, which would culminate in his masterpiece Diwan. (Do NOT confuse with the 13C Persian poet)
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Ibn al-Rumi

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Abu al-Hasan Ali ibn Abbas ibn Jurayj (Arabic: أبو الحسن علي بن العباس بن جريج ‎‎), also known as Ibn al-Rumi (born Baghdad in 836; died 896), was the son of a Persian mother. By the age of twenty he earned a living from his poetry, which would culminate in his masterpiece Diwan. (Do NOT confus

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rn 21 June 836 [1] Baghdad, Abbasid Caliphate (now in Iraq) Died 13 July 896 (aged 60) [2] Baghdad, Abbasid Caliphate, now Iraq Era Medieval era (Islamic Golden Age) Region Iraq, Arab world, Muslim world Main interests Arabic poetry <span>Abu al-Hasan Ali ibn Abbas ibn Jurayj (Arabic: أبو الحسن علي بن العباس بن جريج‎‎), also known as Ibn al-Rumi (born Baghdad in 836; died 896), was the son of a Persian mother. By the age of twenty he earned a living from his poetry, which would culminate in his masterpiece Diwan. His many political patrons included the Tahirid ruler Ubaydallah ibn Abdallah ibn Tahir, Abbasid Caliph Al-Mu'tamid's minister the Persian Isma'il ibn Bulbul, and the politically influe