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" After which we approached as close as we could to the stone. A crowd of pilgrims preventing our touching it that time, we raised our hands to our ears, in the first position of prayer, and then lowering them, exclaimed, " O Allah (I do this), in Thy Belief,... "
The Influence of Animism on Islam: An Account of Popular Superstitions - 150. oldal
szerző: Samuel Marinus Zwemer - 1920 - 246 oldal
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, 104. kötet

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1856
...the consideration, distributed a large earthen vaseful, in Mr. Burton's name, to poor pilgrims. They then advanced towards the eastern angle of the Kaabah,...praise, and he over all things is ' potent.' After which they approached as close as they could to the stone. ' A. crowd of pilgrims preventing our touching...

The Youth's magazine, or Evangelical miscellany

1856
...Advancing in front of this most precious relic, the two, with upraised hands, pronounced the formula. " There is no God but Allah alone, whose covenant is...him be praise, and he over all things is potent." Then began the ceremony of " circumambulation." Seven times they paced round the building, observing...

Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to El-Madinah and Meccah

Sir Richard Francis Burton - 1856 - 492 oldal
...inserted the Black Stone, and standing about ten yards from it, repeated with upraised li;iiids, " There is no god but Allah alone, whose covenant is...approached as close as we could to the stone. A crowd of * The word Zem Zem has a doubtful origin. Some derive it from Zam Znm, or murmuring of its waters,...

The Dublin Review, 41. kötet

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1856
...the Black Stone ; and, standing about ten yards from it, repeated with up raised hand, ' There is i10 god but Allah alone, whose covenant is truth, and...praise, and he over all things is potent.' After which they approached as close as they could to the stone. A crowd of pilgrims preventing their touching...

Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to El Medinah and Meccah, 2. kötet

Sir Richard Francis Burton - 1857
...the taste. For for the consideration distributed a large earthen vaseful in my name to poor pilgrims. We then advanced towards the eastern angle of the...in the first position of prayer, and then lowering them, exclaimed, " O Allah (I do this), in thy belief, and in verification of thy book, and in pursuance...

Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Meccah and Medinah

Sir Richard Francis Burton - 1879 - 518 oldal
...from it, repeated with upraised hands, " There is no god but Allah alone, Whose Covenant is Truth, nnd Whose Servant is Victorious. There is no god but Allah,...over all Things is potent" After which we approached ая close as we could to the stone. A crowd of pilgrims preventing our touching it that time, we raised...

The Golden Chersonese and the Way Thither

Isabella Lucy Bird - 1883 - 483 oldal
...whose covenant is truth and whose servant is victorious. There is no God but God without a partner. His is the kingdom, to Him be praise, and He over all things is Almighty." There is a grand ring of Old Testament truth about these words, though of a melancholy half...

Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah & Meccah, 2. kötet

Sir Richard Francis Burton - 1893
...the student ; and everywhere the nauseous draught is highly meritorious in a religious point of view. We then advanced towards the eastern angle of the...in the first position of prayer, and then lowering them, exclaimed, " O Allah (I do this), in Thy Belief, and in verification of Thy Book, and in Pursuance...

The True Life of Capt. Sir Richard F. Burton ...

Georgiana M. Stisted - 1896 - 419 oldal
...the touching or kissing of which is considered essential. Standing about ten yards distant, Burton repeated with upraised hands, "There is no God but...Him be Praise, and He over all Things is potent." Afterwards he approached as near as possible ; but a dense crowd intervening, he recited more prayers...

The True Life of Capt. Sir Richard F. Burton ...

Georgiana M. Stisted - 1896 - 419 oldal
...the touching or kissing of which is considered essential. Standing about ten yards distant, Burton repeated with upraised hands, " There is no God but...Him be Praise, and He over all Things is potent." Afterwards he approached as near as possible ; but a dense crowd intervening, he recited more prayers...




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