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The reason for this innovation was that he ['Abd al-Malik] ordered that paper shipments to the Romans be stamped with [a Koranic Aya] "qul huwa Allahu Ahad" and that mention the Prophet PBUH be made with the date.That displeased the Roman King who wrote back: "You have made certain innovations which if you don't rescind, you will find our Dinars struck with a mention of your prophet that will displease you." That was a threat that 'Abd al-Malik would not accept.At the time of its construction, the Dome was plated with 100,000 gold dinar coins, so that it appeared then much as it does today.The interior of the dome is lavishly decorated with mosaic tiles.He sent for Khalid bin Yazid bin Muawiyah to consult him.Khalid's council was: "Forbid their Dinars and strike a new coinage which mentions Allah". Then al-Hajjaj struck Dirhams which included the above mentioned Koranic Aya, but the people did not favor that.The first to order quality control on the striking of silver and the maintenance of it's purity was Amr bin Hubayr in the days of Yazid bin 'Abd al-Malik.Then Khalid bin 'Abd Allah al-Qasri during the days of Hisham bin 'Abd al-Malik became even more strict.
These Dirhams were replaced by purely epigraphic Dirhams in the reform of 'Abd al-Malik Bin Marwan.
But introducing a new Muslim currency led to war with Justinian II of Byzantium, and overall al-Malik’s reign was rarely a peaceful one.
Caliph al-Malik is reputed for having provided capable leadership for the empire, instituting important reforms that would have lasting repercussions for centuries.
The stature of the Koran, they argued, was being compromised on coinage that was to be used and touched by infidels.
He [al-Hajjaj] forbade anyone else to strike coins, but a Jewish merchant named Samir struck some anyway.Though his reign was rife with wars and political discord, Caliph Abd al-Malik is widely regarded as a capable ruler who instituted many reforms and introduced a special currency for the Muslim.