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Masliah 1'37-may he r(est in) E(den). 129. Cf. above, p. 18. 130. The Caliph is meant. 131. Cf. above, n. 104. 132. Cf. Stern, op. , p. 205, n. 4. 133. Cf. Med. , II, 114. 134. Cf. , p. 99. 135. Internal jurisdiction over litigations between non-Muslims is expressely guaranteed by the so-called Pact of cUmar and kindred documents; cf. in the version preserved by al-Shifici, translation in Bernard Lewis, ed. , Islam: From the Prophet Muhammad to the Capture of Constantinople, 2 vols. (New York, 1974), II, 220 (no.

Disunity and clannish partisanship,'03 sending letters to some relatives of his by marriage'04 6. pkoThe latter, in turn, were joined by a number of their 101. I omit the translationof the first two fragmentarylines. 102. Text: shabab. Cf. above, p. 15. 103. Text: casabiyya. On the term as it is used in the Geniza, see Med. , II, 64. 104. Undoubtedly his father-in-law, Mevorakh rosh ha-qehillot ("head of the congregations")b. Eli, and the latter'sfamily; cf. above, n. 11. 105. Text: misr, nearly always Fustat in the Geniza.

Mann's note, Jews, II, 353, n. 12. 28 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. CONFLICT OVER PALESTINIAN GAONATE of all Is(rael) are on our mighty lord the Nagid-(may his) Ro(ck) kee(p him)," for we are troubled and anguished / over this depressing / conflict. We have endured long enough the reproach of our enemy / and the libel of this dissolute person. / Therefore, our eyes are on God / as well as on the Nagid of our people /-may he be guarded by our Holy one / and protected by our Mighty one.

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