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"If Ala al-Din had been a cat, he ought to have been drowned at brith, for he was bad from his nose to his kneecaps"
When Ala al-Din met the black dwarf, the dwarf tricked him and brought him into a cave and trapped him there.
After Ala al-Din escaped from the cave, he saw the princess unveiled and fell in love with her after he had seen her beauty.
After Ala al-Din managed to marry the princess, the black dwarf came for his revenge. He stole Ala al-Din's palace and his wife while he was away, useing an ifrit, from a magic lamp.
Ala al-Din managed to trick the dwarf into letting his wife go and give the other ifrit from the lamp go.
"Now leave this land, and study how to be content without ambition or greed or evil magic," said Ala al-Din, and the Black dwarf, his every dream undone, crept out of the city and walked back to Africa.'
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