Mad at the Fakir

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    [dropcap type=”2″]A[/dropcap] Fakir claimed that he could teach any illiterate person to read through an “instant technique.”
    “OK,” Nasrudin said. “Teach me.”
    The Fakir then touched Nasrudin’s head and said, “Now go read something.”
    Nasrudin left, and returned to the village square an hour later with an angry look on his face.
    “What happened?” asked the villagers. “Can you read now?”
    “Indeed I can,” replied Nasrudin, “but that’s not why I came back? Now where is that scoundrel Fakir?”
    “Mulla,” the people said, “he taught you to read in no more than a minute. So what makes you think he’s a scoundrel?”
    “Well,” Nasrudin explained, “I was just reading a book that asserted, ‘All Fakirs are frauds.’“
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