An Introduction to the Quran. II

Gustav Weil
The Biblical World
Vol. 5, No. 4 (Apr., 1895), pp. 273-286
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    Muir, pp. 382-387
  • 2
    Vivid details are given by Muir, pp. 407-410
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  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Hughes, Dict. Zsldmn, article Ka'bah for a very complete description
    • Sura 5: 96-100
[Footnotes]
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Sura 9: 25
    • Muir, p. 429 ff
  • 2
    Muir, loc. cit
  • 3
    Muir, p. 434
  • 4
    Sura 9:57 ff.
[Footnotes]
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    A. H. (anno Hijra) 9. (A. D. 630, 631).
  • 2
    Hughes, p. 422
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Sura 9: 82-86
    • Muir lays much less stress on the symptoms of mutiny, p. 455
  • 5
    Aila is the ancient Elath at the head of the Gulf of 'Aqaba.
[Footnotes]
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    Sura 9: 207 ff.
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    Sura 5: 1-3, 96.
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    Sura 22 : 37, 38.
  • 3
    Sura 4: 1-25, passim.
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    Sura 5s.
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    Muir, p. 496
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    Sura, 103.
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • June 8, 632 A. D., his sixty-third year
    • Muir, pp. 499-509
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  • 1
    Sura 3: 138.
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    Sura 2: 137
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    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Sura 66
    • Muir, p. 442
    • Palmer, Vol. II., p. 290
[Footnotes]
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    Sura 24:4-6, 11-20.
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    Sura 33:3, 4, 5, 37.
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    Sura 33:48 ff.
  • 3
    Sura 33:33, 51.
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  • 1
    Sura 24: 31 and 33:59.
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    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • Muir's review of his person and character should be read (pp. 523-536)
    • Polygamy, divorce and slavery were sanctioned and perpetuated
    • Toleration, any freedom of thought, was made impossible
    • i. e., one through whom God speaks
    • Pp. 1-5