In primeval societies, language like all other aspects of life, was dependant on customs and traditions considered holy by people. When the societies changed and lost their natural status, a special type of language was started to develop commensurate with social changes. From the 3rd century, Islamic society has witnessed important changes such as increase of wealth, power transfer, emergence of new social groups, Iranian participation and their cultural dominance.
Due to such conditions, the authorities paid more attention to written language. Written language was further divided into literary, political, moral, and religious languages. Jahez, the schismatic rhetorician of the third century and the innovator of Rhetorics is one of the most influential figures of the Islamic- Arabic world. This article is an attempt to find the relation existed between social problems and formation of Jahez’s written language.