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This proved very hard upon the Quraysh. This story as well as the following verses are quoted by al-Qali in his Dhayl al-A mali w-al- Nawadir, Cairo,P. The Arabs called these stones aznam ansab. XXIX pp Thou wouldst have avoided the thrust of a bold warrior by turning thy hind part, Or thou wouldst have taken thy resting place with neither honor nor shroud[31].

Kitba the flood prevailed upon, and covered, the whole earth, and all, [except Noah and those who were in the ark with him], were drowned and perished. Arabic text, p. Malik took it back and delivered it to the woman, his neighbor. When Dubayyah saw Khalid approaching, he said: Vollers, Leipzig,p.

A large North Arabian tribe. Wustenfeld, Gottingen,p. It is also pronounced Bajir. You can still see all customer reviews for the product.

The purpose of the three remaining arrows has not been explained. Ye are not the lowest nor the least. I was informed by kitag father[10] and others, and I personally checked and ascertained their report, that when Ishmael, the son of Abraham, settled in Mecca, he begot many children.


Asnamm Quraysh] had another idol [called] Manaf[85]. Also Dawmat al-Jandal; Buldan, vol. They were a clan of the Khawlan called al-Adim[4] who are al-Usum[5]. Sifah p 45ff; Buldan vol.

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Daw-Nay Evans – – Philosophy and Literature 34 2: Alfred von Kremer, A,pp. Neither God nor Islam would approve our speech. All these idols continued to be worshipped until God sent the Prophet who ordered that they be destroyed. Linguistic notes precede and follow this sentence. Our Day return guarantee still applies. His descendants continued to hold the office until the advent of Islam. Their hunger he satisfies with cakes Steeped in butter, tasty and sweet[41].

He had an oracle of the jinn whose nickname was abu-Thumamah. Grandfather of the Prophet.

Pendali Jouse and Costi K. As he lay on his deathbed, abu-Lahab[44] came to visit and found him weeping. Hast thou not seen Muhammad and his men On the kitsb of victory, when the idols were demolished? By Allat and all the sacred baetyls ansab [12], thou shalt not escape[13].

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It was a carved niece of white quartz with something in the form of a crown upon its head. Al-hassan – – Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 19 1: Al-Aghani vol x pp. Whenever these stones ao a living form they called then idols asnam and images awthan.


The flood washed down these idols from the top of Mount Nawdh to the land below; and as the waters raged and the billows swelled, tile idols were tossed here and there until at last they were cast by the waves on the land of Juddah.

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Cut down the first asbam. Idris called upon the people to repent and warned them, but they believed him not and hearkened not unto his voice. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Suqam[50] has become desolate, deserted by all of its friends, except the wild beasts and the wind which blows through its empty chambers[52].

The Quraysh, as well as all the Arabs, were wont to venerate Allat. Whenever he donned his turban no one ever dared don another of the same color. The greatest of these was Hubal[58]. The one hath no honor to feel the sting; the other hath no valor to give and feed. Henceforth whenever the custodian took in a stray beast [he was not allowed to keep it as the property of the idol]; on the contrary, it was taken away from him.

The story of his expedition is well-known [5].