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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 Faith of Islam

Edward Sell - 1880 - 269 pages
...enquiring why he wept, received the following answer : " Why should I not weep, and who has more right to weep than I ? By Allah ! I wish I had been flogged...I pronounced an opinion founded on my own private judgment."3 Imam As-Shafa'i, a member of the Quraish tribe, was born AH 150. He passed his youth at...
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With the Pilgrims to Mecca: The Great Pilgrimages of A.H. 1319, A.D. 1902

Khan (Hadji, Gazanfar Ali), Wilfrid Sparroy - 1905 - 314 pages
...the traditions of the Prophet. On his death-bed he said to a friend who found him in tears : " 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 Divine Aspect of History

...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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Koran

1844
...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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