The Fisherman and the Bottle
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There was once an old fisherman who was one of the poorest man in town. He caught a copper bottle, and a giant jinni took shape.
The jinni explains that before he was trapped, he rebelled against Lord Suleiman. When the jinni's army was defeated, he refused to obey his enemy.
Lord Suleiman trapped the jinni in a bottle, and threw him out to sea to be imprisoned for eternity.
The jinni said that because he was imprisoned for so long, he would take out his anger on whoever freed him. This meant that he had to kill the fisherman.
The fisherman challenged the jinni, saying that there was no way he could fit in that bottle. The jinni, in a fit of anger, dissolved back into the bottle.
The fisherman closed the bottle again, trapping the jinni forever.
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