|"In the year six
hundred of the Hegira (the usual Islamic time-reckoning, based on
the date of Mohammed's flight from Mecca to Medina in A.D. six
hundred and twenty-two), Ibn Athir resided in the city of Mosul on
the Tigris River.
It was then that an epidemic disease of the throat ravaged the country. The source of the epidemic was traced to a woman who was of the Jinn race.
This woman had just lost her favourite son, Ankood, and was angry at Allah for what she called an unjust treatment.
When she was in mourning, no one came to console her, so to avenge herself and her son's death, she used her evil powers to spread the fatal disease. As soon as it was known that she was a Jinn, all the people assembled and surrounded her house. They yelled with all their strength:
'O mother of Ankood, excuse us! Ankood is dead, and we did not mind it!'
The Jinn, thus pacified, left the region never to return or to be heard of again, and in a few days time, the epidemic subsided."
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