According to Khizil, the wall had been erected by the genii (djins), at the command of the mighty sovereign Alexander.
The strangers had been interfering with those ruins, and the djins and evil spirits had resented it.
Every one knew that the old ruins were the homes of djins and evil spirits.
Long rows of djins' cars are stationed there, awaiting the customers they have brought, who will all have their turn before us.
He heard around him the flapping of wings; it was a troop of afreets and djins.
The chorus of afreets and djins was left far behind, but he still heard the sound of pinions.