A Comprehensive Commentary on the Qurán: Comprising Sale's Translation and Preliminary Discourse, Volume 3

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Trübner & Company, 1885
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Page 333 - And the house, when it was in building, was built of stone made ready before it was brought thither : so that there was neither hammer nor axe nor any tool of iron heard in the house, while it was in building.
Page 326 - ... to their husbands, or their fathers, or their husbands fathers, or their sons or their husbands sons, or their brothers or their brothers sons, or their sisters...
Page 196 - And speak unto the believing women, that they restrain their eyes, and preserve their modesty, and discover not their ornaments, except what necessarily appeareth thereof: and let them throw their veils over their bosoms, and not show their ornaments, unless to their husbands, or their fathers, or tl oir husbands' fathers, or their sons, or their husbands' sons, or their brothers, or their brothers...
Page 179 - And we appointed the son of Mary and his mother for a sign : and we prepared an abode for them in an elevated part of the earth, being a place of quiet and security, and watered with running springs.
Page 344 - ... is with you wheresoever ye be: for God seeth that which ye do. His is the kingdom of heaven and earth; and unto God shall all things return. He causeth the night to succeed the day, and he causeth the day to succeed the night; and he knoweth the innermost part of men's breasts.
Page 195 - The wicked women should be joined to the wicked men, and the wicked men to the wicked women; but the good women should be married to the good men, and the good men to the good women.
Page 295 - Who laid the foundations of the earth, That it should not be moved for ever.
Page 199 - The glass is as it were a shining star. (This lamp is) kindled from a blessed tree, an olive neither of the East nor of the West, whose oil would almost glow forth (of itself) though no fire touched it. Light upon light.
Page 49 - He hath only forbidden you that which dieth of itself, and blood, and swine's flesh, and that which hath been slain in the name of any besides GOD.
Page 60 - And give unto him who is of kin to you his due, and also unto the poor, and the traveller. And waste not thy substance profusely : (29) for the profuse are brethren of the (24) Show kindness unto your parents, &c.

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