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where situate, 5, n.; its fruits, 4; the Quarrels between the true believers to be
coloposed, 418; to be avoided on the
Quietism, Mohammedans no strangers to it,
their children infidels, 232, n.
of a true believer, 162, n., 391,410. Mohammed, 46.
Raïna, a word used by the Jews to Mohall-
Al Rakim, what, 238.
Ramadân (the month) appointed for a fash,
L 299, n.
384 ; the common title of the kings of Religion, no violence to be used in it, 3) ;
raged, 22, 52, 70, 140, 149, 151, 278, 449,
45, n.; his indecent expressions con- therein recommended, 48; whether thore
of any religion may be saved, 9, n.
Repentance, necessary to salvation, 62; 8
rections concerning it, 23, 47, 276, &c. Resurrection asserted, 231, 421, 473, 485,
approach, 473; its time known to Gud
Retaliation (the law of), 21.
Revelations in writing given to several pro-
phets, 2, n.; what are now ext.jot
according to the Mohammedans, ib.
264, 328, 331, &c.; directions concerning Riches will not gain a man admission into
entered on by him who is drunk, 65; Right way, what the Mohammedans so call,
Righteous, their reward, 168, 325, 339.
| Righteousness, wherein it consists, 20.
known to the Mohammedans, 135, n. Rock, whence Moses produced water, 8.
wich cruelty, without foundation, 444, n.; Saad Ebn Moadh, his severity, 146, n.;
numents of God, 19.
Safiya bint Hoyai, one of Mohammed's
his, 13; rejected and persecuted before Al Sâhira, one of the names of bell, 479, n.
their nobility or riches, 111; vide Sinai. Sajaj, the prophetess, 89, n.
Sakhar, a devil, gets Solomon's signet and
Saleh, the prophet, his story, 128, fc. 305,
| Salemd, an icc of Ad, 122, a.
Salsabil, a roantain in paradise, 475. Sofian (Abu) commands the army of the
lenges Mohammed to meet him at Bcdr
first parents, 117; believed to assist the of Mecca, 447, n.; expostulates with
Mohammed, 284, n.
Sohail Ebn Amru, treats with Mohammed
Soheib, fies to Medina, 24, n.
Solomon, succeeds David, 310; has power
over the winds, 270, 374 ; his and David's
310; what passed between him and the
queen of Saba, 311, &c.; a trick of tho
thereon from paradise, 5, n. ; the print of by the mouth of Mohammed, ib.; orders
they had diverted him from his prayers,
374 ; is deprived of his signet and his
concealed for a year, and in what
Spoils, laws concerning their division, 138,
Stars darted at the devils, 210, n.
between Aws and Khazraj, 48, n. Striking, an epithet of the last day, 497.
Sura, or chapter of the Korân, 156, n.
imitation of paradise, 488, n.; is destroyed are subject to God and the use of man,
121, 137, &c.
Swine's flesh, vide Food.
Tables of the law, 131.
Tagât, the meaning of the word, 31, n.
the Mohammedans, il, n.; the seven Mohammed refuses to pray for him, ou
his dying an infidel, ib.
12; the souls of all the prophets present Tasnínı, a fountain in paradise, 483.
embrace Mohammedism, 151.
lem, built by genii, 352.
med's prayer for him, 158, n. ; refusing
Thakif (the tribe of) demand terms of
those who slander the prophets, 157, &c. 233, n.
Thamûd (the tribe of) their story ant
Theft, its punishment, 86.
angels on the day of judgment, 463
Thunder, celebrates the praise of God, Widows, to be provided for, 29; law
relating to them, 28.
by the Korân, 59; their duty to their
Wine forbidden, 25, 93.
Witnesses, laws relating to them, 76, 82:
Women, ought to be respected, 59; and to
have a part of their relations' inheritance,
62; to be subject to the men, 64; un-
some directions for their conduct, 290,
387; the punishment of those who
falsely accuse them of incontinence, 287,
enemy, how to be dealt with, 448.
Works of an infidel, will appear to him at
the last day, 101.
| Al Yaman, the inhabitants thereof slay
of Mohammed, was a bastard, 460, n.;| by Nebuchadnezzar, ib.
Zacharias, praying for a son, is promised
John, 40, 248 ; educates the virgin Mary,
Al Zakkûm, the tree of hell, 232, 367.
God before the mission of Mohammed, Zeid Ebn Amru, acknowledged one God
before the mission of Mohammed, 70, n.
Zeid, the husband of Zeinab, his story, 346;
panions, named in the Koran, 347, n.
Zenjebil, a stream in paradise, 475.
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