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" How should I not weep? and who has more reason to weep than I? Would to God that for every question decided by me according to my own opinion I had received so many stripes! then would my accounts be easier. Would to God I had never given any decision... "
Ibn Khallikan's Biographical Dictionary - Page 546
by Ibn Khallikān - 1843 - 616 pages
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The Koran; commonly called the Alcoran of Mohammed: tr. with notes ..., Volume 1

1825
...a friend going to visit him, found him in tears, and asking him the reason of it, he answered, How should I not weep, and who has more reason to weep than I ? Would to GOD that, for every question decided by me according to my own opinion, I had received so...
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A Voice from North Africa; Or, A Narrative Illustrative of the Religious ...

Nathan Davis - 1844 - 232 pages
...friend going to visit him, found him in tears ; and on asking the reason of it, Malec answered,—" How should I not weep? and who has more reason to weep than I ? Would to God, that for every question decided by me according to my own opinion, I had received so...
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The Journal of Psychological Medicine and Mental Pathology, Volume 9

1856
...instructions, was in his last illness found in tears, and upon being asked the reason of it, answered, " How should I not weep? and who has more reason to weep than I ? Would to God that for every question decided by me according to my own opinion I had received so...
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The Koran: Commonly Called the Alcoran of Mohammed : Translated Into English ...

George Sale - 1856 - 649 pages
...a friend going to visit him found him in tears, and asking him the reason of it, he answered, " How should I not weep? and who has more reason to weep than I? Would to God that for every question decided by me according to my own opinion I had received go many...
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The Koran: Commonly Called the Alcoran of Mohammed

1856 - 649 pages
...a friend going to visit him found him in tears, and asking him the reason of it, he answered, " How should I not weep? and who has more reason to weep than I ? Would to God that for every question decided by rne according to my own opinion I had received so...
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The tragedy of life: records of remarkable phases of lunacy, Volume 1

John H. Brenten - 1861
...experience goes. It: is recorded of a certain Mahometan doctor that, when dying, he exclaimed,. " How should I not weep ? and who has. more reason to weep than I ? Would to God that for every question decided by me, according to my own judgment, I had received...
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The Koran: Commonly Called the Alcoran of Mohammed, Part 121

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1867 - 648 pages
...a friend going to visit him found him in tears, and asking him the reason of it, ho answered, " How should I not weep ? and who has more reason to weep than 1 ? Would to God that for every question decided by me accordmg to my own opinion I had received so...
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The Koran: Commonly Called the Alcoran of Mohammed; Translated Into English ...

1871 - 650 pages
...a friend going to visit him found him in tears, and asking him the reason of it, he answered, " How should I not weep? and who has more reason to weep than I? Would to God that for every question decided by me according to my own opinion I had received so many...
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Islam Under the Khalifs of Baghdad

Robert Durie Osborn - 1878 - 406 pages
...that he wept, I said, ' 0 Abou Abdallah ! what maketh thee weep ? ' And he answered, ' O Ibn Kaanaab ! why should I not weep ? and who has more reason to...I wish I had been flogged and reflogged for every qnestion of law on which I pronounced an opinion founded on my own private judgment. I had it in my...
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Walks in Algiers and Its Surrounding

Lisbeth Gooch Séguin Strahan - 1878 - 12 pages
...a friend going to visit him found him in tears, and asking him the reason of it, he answered, ' How should I not weep, and who has more reason to weep than I ? Would to God that for every question decided by me according to my own opinion I had received so...
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