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The story of Zeer Salem




The characters of the story of Al-Zeer Salem narrate in this strange story many events, horrors and calamities that will not be erased by time and history will not be closed

 especially as they occurred among the cousins, so they separated their gathering, changed their affairs, and caused countless deaths among them from the intense knights, where It is said that Rabi’a was among the kings of the Arabs, and that his brother once was one of the princes and notables, and their homes were on the outskirts of the Levant, where two tribes of Arabs ruled, the firstborn and the victor Rabia had a number of sons, namely: Kulaib, Salem, nicknamed Zir or Al-Muhalhal, Daraan, and others, and he had one of the daughters with a beautiful shape and character named Hyena, and Prince Marra had a number of sons born to him, including Jassas, Hammam, and a beautiful and noble girl called Al Jalila. The beginning of the story The story began about 100 years or more before the migration.

 The beginning of the story is related to the events that preceded it, when Rabia Abu al-Zeer Salem raided the Canadian king and defeated him in the battle of prayer, which led the latter to seek the help of the Yemeni subordinate to al-Rabiah, who sent an army that captured al-Rabiah. And killing him, so that the two sons of Al-Rabiah would have at the Al-Taba Al-Yamani an investigator's revenge coming despite their young years at the time. The events of the story grew up in the clip of Zeer Salem’s brother, the leader of the Rabi’a tribe, and he loved his cousin Jalila very much, but her father married her to the king of Tabba after he gave her tribe boxes filled with gold, and as a result he decided to collect the tribe’s youth, and they hid in boxes carrying the bride’s luggage Jalila, and when they reached the palace, they got out of it and killed the king at night, and it is worth noting that Zir Salem was at that time a little child. Kulaib returned to Jalila to the tribe again, and married her after a while, but her brother Jassas felt irritated by Kulaib for his unbearable power, until the day came when Al-Bassous - who is Jassas's aunt - left her camel to graze with the Jassas camel, until Kulaib saw her, who was not Only his relatives are allowed to graze in this hema, so he pointed at her an arrow that hit her udder and killed her, and in another narration that this camel was for a guest who came to Al Bassous, and she screamed when she learned of her death because he was helping him to encroach on the guest’s property from humiliation and disgrace, so Jassas said to her:

 Be quiet For I will kill it with it (Ala), who is the stallion of a camel clip, and upon that, a spyware began to detect this clip. The killing of the war burner clip, the hatred increased due to the power of the clip and his actions until the torrent reached a stream of women who went out to the water resources, and a clip prevented them from it, and a group of knights were with them to protect them, and among them were Jassas and Amr bin Al-Harith who contacted us with a clip after they recalled the story of the Al-Bassous camel, which provoked The fever was in the blood of al-Jasas and pushed him to stab Kaleb, so Kaleb asked al-Jasas a drink of water while he was suffering from the throes of death, so that Amr bin Al-Harith would get off his horse and prepare for it. Jassas knew that what he had done would ignite the fires of a war that would not be extinguished by easy, so his family came and uncovered his knees, and told them what he had done. The zeer got angry, so they returned home, so that the minister would then pay attention to the war and gather around him a knight of knights and roll up his arms, so he cut his hair and shortened his garment and swore that he would not taste wine, or anoint it with oil, or smell good before taking his revenge. The ravages of the war The two tribes fought after the killing of Kulaib, several wars in which women, children, and even men suffered countless woes, in which the tribes of Bakr were divided between supporters and opponents, and this war lasted for forty years in which several incidents were awakened by grudges and hatred, and the meeting of al-Bakri ignited them By overcoming, and among the most prominent of these five events were: They are: the day of the wolves - in which Hammam ibn Marra was killed - the day of imports, the day of Onaizah, the day of the brigades, and the day of the dowry of the lambs, and the war did not end in them despite the intervention of many tribes to put out their fire. The end of the story is no longer the lazy knight who mobilizes armies and incites them to take revenge with a word from him, especially since the tribes had been exhausted by the war and resorted to reconciliation, except that Al-Mahlhal returned and broke it when he attacked Qais bin Tha'labah, so Amr bin Malik conquered him and captured him and improved him. Until he heard him repeat poetry in his daughter once while he was drunk, so he swore not to give him a drink of water until he returned the green, and the green is a camel that does not return water until on the seventh day, so he did not return until the sleazy has already perished, and it is indicated in another narration that the Zir was killed by Two of his servants who had been placed for his service while traveling with him, and that was the end of his life seeking revenge and following the path of death until he reached it. As for Jassas, he was killed by Al-Hajras Ibn Kulaib from his wife Jalila, in a spear strike that was inserted in his chest, and he exited from his back, after the young man was able to get out of the jahiliyya nervousness that calls for revenge until he forgot the blood bond that gathered him with his uncle.