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where situate, 5, n.; its fruits, 4; the Quarrels between the true believers to be
portion of the distressed, 25.

coloposed, 418; to be avoided on the
L'ardon, will be granted to the penitent, pilgrimage, 23.

Quietism, Mohammedans no strangers to it,
Parents, to be honoured, 229, 408 ; make 590, n.

their children infidels, 232, n.
Patience recommended,' 59, 387; the sign RAFE (Abu), a Christian, offers to worshop

of a true believer, 162, n., 391,410. Mohammed, 46.
l’atriarchs before Moses, neither Jews nor Rahûn, vide Serendib.
Christians, 17.

Raïna, a word used by the Jews to Mohall-
l'en, with which God's decrees are written, med, by way of derision, 14.

Al Rakim, what, 238.
Penitents, their reward, 162.

Ramadân (the month) appointed for a fash,
Pentateuch, vide Law.

Persians overcome by the Greeks, 330, n. Ransom of captives disapproved, 146.
l'eter (St.) his stratagem to convert those Al Rass, various opinions concerning it,
of Antioch, 361, n.

L 299, n.
Pharaoh, his story, 127, 172, &c. 316, &c. Razeka, an idol of Ad, 122, n.

384 ; the common title of the kings of Religion, no violence to be used in it, 3) ;
Egypt, 127; a punishment used by him, fighting for it commanded and encou-
372; his presumption, 399.

raged, 22, 52, 70, 140, 149, 151, 278, 449,
Phineas Ebn Azura, a Jew, his dishonesty, divided into various sects, 283; harmony

45, n.; his indecent expressions con- therein recommended, 48; whether thore
cerning God, 56, 90, n.

of any religion may be saved, 9, n.
Pico de Adam, vide Serendib.

Repentance, necessary to salvation, 62; 8
l'ilgrimage to Mecca, commanded, 23; di- death-bed one ineffectual, ib.

rections concerning it, 23, 47, 276, &c. Resurrection asserted, 231, 421, 473, 485,
L'ledges to be given, where no contract in described, 285, 421; the signs of its
writing, 31.

approach, 473; its time known to Gud
Plurality of worlds, the belief thereof alone, 339, &c.
imputed to Mohammed, i, n.

Retaliation (the law of), 21.
Poets censured, 308.

Revelations in writing given to several pro-
Pomp of this life, of no value, 322,

phets, 2, n.; what are now ext.jot
l'olygamy, vide Marriage.

according to the Mohammedans, ib.
L’rayer, commanded and enforced, 6, 14, Revenge allowed, 279.

264, 328, 331, &c.; directions concerning Riches will not gain a man admission into
• 58, 73, 82, 234, 237; not to be Paradise, 355; employ a man's life, 498.

entered on by him who is drunk, 65; Right way, what the Mohammedans so call,
before reading the Korân, 222, &c.; for i, n.
the penitent, 383.

Righteous, their reward, 168, 325, 339.
Predestination, 72, 228. 73.

| Righteousness, wherein it consists, 20.
L’re-existence of souls, a doctrine not un- Rites, appointed in every religion, 280.

known to the Mohammedans, 135, n. Rock, whence Moses produced water, 8.
Pride, abominable in the sight of God, 230.
Fridcaux (Dr.) charges the Mohammedans SAAD Ebn Abi Wakkâs, 138, 329, n.

wich cruelty, without foundation, 444, n.; Saad Ebn Moadh, his severity, 146, n.;
confounds Salman with Abd'allah Ebn dooms the Koradhites to destruction,
Salam, 223, n.; his partiality as to the 345, n.
story of Abraha's overthrow, 500, n.; Saba, queen of, vide Balkis.
confounds Caab Ebn al Ashraf, the Jew, Saba, the wickedness of his posterity, and
with Caab Ebn Zohair, the poet, 45, n.; their punishment, 353.
misled by Elmacinus, 444, n.; misquotes Sabbath, the transgression thereof punished,
a passage of the Koran, 456, n.; mis- 134.
taken in asserting Mobammed might Safa and Merwa (mountains of), two mo-
marry his nieces, 348, n.

numents of God, 19.
l’rodigality, a crime, 229.

Safiya bint Hoyai, one of Mohammed's
Prophets, their enemy will have God for wives, 419, n.

his, 13; rejected and persecuted before Al Sâhira, one of the names of bell, 479, n.
Mohammed, 101, 169; not chosen for Saïba, 95.

their nobility or riches, 111; vide Sinai. Sajaj, the prophetess, 89, n.
Prosperity or adversity, no mark of God's Sâkia, an idol of Ad, 122, n.
favour or disfavour, 489,

Sakhar, a devil, gets Solomon's signet and
d'unishments and blessings of the next life, reigns in his stead, 374, n.; his punish-
119, &c.

ment, ib.

Saleh, the prophet, his story, 128, fc. 305,
Quails given by the Israelites, 7; what! &c. 313; vide Thamud.
kind of birds they were, ib. n.

| Salemd, an icc of Ad, 122, a.


Salsabil, a roantain in paradise, 475. Sofian (Abu) commands the army of the
Salutation, mutual, recommended, 71. Koreish at Ohod, 50, n.; and the convov
Al Sineri, the maker of the golden calf, of the caravan at Bedr, 139, n.; cial-
who, 7, n. ; 260, n.

lenges Mohammed to meet him at Bcdr
Sarah, wife of Abraham, her laughing, 182. a second time, 52, n.; but fails, 55, n.;
Satan, his punishinent for seducing our embraces Mohammedism on the taking

first parents, 117; believed to assist the of Mecca, 447, n.; expostulates with
Koreisb. 144.

Mohammed, 284, n.
Saul, his story, 29.

Sohail Ebn Amru, treats with Mohammed
Sects and their leaders, shall quarrel at the on behalf of the Koreish, 416, n.
resurrection, 20.

Soheib, fies to Medina, 24, n.
Sejjîn, what, 482, n.

Solomon, succeeds David, 310; has power
Sennacherib, 227, n.

over the winds, 270, 374 ; his and David's
Separation (the day of), a name of the day judgment, 270; his manner of travelling,
of judgment, 403.

310; what passed between him and the
Serâb, what, 292.

queen of Saba, 311, &c.; a trick of tho
Serendib (the isle of), Adam cast down devil's to blast his character, 13; cleared

thereon from paradise, 5, n. ; the print of by the mouth of Mohammed, ib.; orders
Adam's foot shown on a mountain there, several of his horses to be killed, because

they had diverted him from his prayers,
Sergius, the monk, 223, n.

374 ; is deprived of his signet and his
Serpent, his sentence for assisting in the kingdom for some days, ib.; his deati
seduction of man, 127, n.

concealed for a year, and in what
Seventy Israelites demand to see God; are

killed by lightning, and restored to life at Sorâka Ebn Malec, the devil appears in his
the prayer of Moses, 7.

form, 144.
Al Seyid al Najrâni, a Christian, offers to Soul, the origin of it, 235.
worship Mohammed, 46.

Spoils, laws concerning their division, 138,
Shamhozai, a debauched angel, his pe 143, 444.
nance, 14, n.

Stars darted at the devils, 210, n.
Shâs Ebn Kais, a Jew, promotes a quarrel Stoning of adulterers, 37, n.

between Aws and Khazraj, 48, n. Striking, an epithet of the last day, 497.
Shechinah, misinterpreted by the commen Supererogation, 234.
tators, 30, n.

Sura, or chapter of the Korân, 156, n.
Sheddâd, son of Ad, makes a garden in Sun and Moon, not to be worshipped, 391

imitation of paradise, 488, n.; is destroyed are subject to God and the use of man,
in going to view it, ib.

121, 137, &c.
Sheep, the prodigious weight of their tails Swearer (a common) not to be obeyed, 460
in the east, 114, n.

Swine's flesh, vide Food.
Shem, raised to life by Jesus, 41, n.
Shoaib, the prophet, his story, 125, &c. 184. Table, caused to descend from heaven by
Signs, the meaning of the word in the Jesus, 97; of God's decrees, 102.
Korân, 6, n.

Tables of the law, 131.
Al Sijil, the angel who takes an account of Tabûc, the expedition of, 154, 164.
men's actions, 272.

Tagât, the meaning of the word, 31, n.
Sin, the irremissible one, in the opinion of Taleb (Abu) Mohammed's uncle, 163, n.

the Mohammedans, il, n.; the seven Mohammed refuses to pray for him, ou
deadly sins, 64, n.

his dying an infidel, ib.
Sinai (mount) lifted over the Israelites, 9, Talât, vide Saul.

12; the souls of all the prophets present Tasnínı, a fountain in paradise, 483.
at the delivery of the law to Moses Tebala and Jorash,' their inhabitants
thereon, 46, n.

embrace Mohammedism, 151.
Simon the Cyrenæan, supposed to be Temple of Mecca, vide Caaba : of Jerusa.
crucified instead of Jesus, 42, n.

lem, built by genii, 352.
sirius, or the greater dog-star, worshipped Thalaba grows suddenly rich on Mohan -
by the old Arabs, 429.

med's prayer for him, 158, n. ; refusing
Slaves, how to be treated, 291 ; women not to pay alms is again reduced to poverty,
to be compelled to prostitute themselves, ib.

Thakif (the tribe of) demand terms of
Slander forbidden, 419; the punishment of Mohammed, which are denied them,

those who slander the prophets, 157, &c. 233, n.

Thamûd (the tribe of) their story ant
Sleepers (the seven), their story, 238, &c. destruction, 123, 278, 282, 390 ; vide
Smoke, which will precede the day of Saleh.
judgment, 402.

Theft, its punishment, 86.
Sodom and Gomorrab destroyed, 183. Throne of God, 31; will be borne by eigh:
Sodomy, 62.

angels on the day of judgment, 463


Thunder, celebrates the praise of God, Widows, to be provided for, 29; law

relating to them, 28.
Tima Ebn Obeirak, his theft, 73, n. Wife ought to be used justly, 76; may be
Time computed by the Sun and Moon, chastised, 65; the number of wives allowed

by the Korân, 59; their duty to their
Titian, the name of the person supposed to husbands, 27; see Adultery, Divorce.
be crucified in Christ's stead, 42, n.

and Marriage.
Tobba (the people of) destroyed, 403. Wills, laws relating to them, 95.
Toleihah, the false prophet, 89, n., 342, n. Winds, their use, 333; subject to Solomon.
Towa, the valley where Moses saw the 270, 374.
burning bush, 479.

Wine forbidden, 25, 93.
Tribute, its imposition, 152.

Witnesses, laws relating to them, 76, 82:
Trinity, the belief thereof forbidden, 80, 92. necessary in bargains, and to secure
True believers, who are such, 281,

debts, 34.
Trumpet, will sound at the last day, 315, Witchcraft used against Mohammed, 505.

Women, ought to be respected, 59; and to

have a part of their relations' inheritance,
Variety of languages and complexions hard 60; not to be inherited against their will,
to be accounted for, 232, n.

62; to be subject to the men, 64; un-
Victory of the Greeks over the Persians clean while they have their courses, 26;
foretold by Mohammed, 330.

some directions for their conduct, 290,
Visitation of the Caaba, 23.

387; the punishment of those who

falsely accuse them of incontinence, 287,
Unbelievers described, 356 ; their sentence, 289 ; those who come over from the
19, 67, 309, 404.

enemy, how to be dealt with, 448.
Unity of God asserted, 504.

Works of an infidel, will appear to him at
Unrighteousness punished, 170.

the last day, 101.
Usury forbidden, 34, 333.
Al Uzza, an idol of the Meccans, 74, n., Al Yamama, its inhabitants a warlike people,
380, 427.


| Al Yaman, the inhabitants thereof slay
Al Walid Ebn al Mogheira, a great enemy their prophet, 265, n. ; they are destroyed

of Mohammed, was a bastard, 460, n.;| by Nebuchadnezzar, ib.
derides Mohammed for calling God al Yathreb, the ancient name of Medina, 343
Rahmân, 136 ; has his nose slit, 460, n.;
his prosperity and decay, 471; hires | Al Zabir, mount, 131, n.
another to bear the guilt of his apostasy, Al Zacât, vide Alms.
428 ; his death, 214.

Zacharias, praying for a son, is promised
Al Walid Ebn Okba, 418, n.

John, 40, 248 ; educates the virgin Mary,
War against infidels, commanded and 40.
recommended, 70, 146, 410, &c.

Al Zakkûm, the tree of hell, 232, 367.
Waraka Ebn Nawfal, acknowledged one Al Zamharîr, what, 111, n.

God before the mission of Mohammed, Zeid Ebn Amru, acknowledged one God
70, n.

before the mission of Mohammed, 70, n.
Wasila, 95.

Zeid, the husband of Zeinab, his story, 346;
Water produced from the rock by Moses, 8. the only person, of Mohammed's com-
Weight to be just, 126, 482.

panions, named in the Koran, 347, n.
Whoredom, laws concerning it, 61, 287. Zeinab, her marriage with Mohammed, 347.
See Unbelievers.

Zenjebil, a stream in paradise, 475.
Wicked, their sentence, 171, 209, 476. Zoleikha, Joseph's mistress, 199.



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