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Al-Hakam Allah Almansur Amir Amir's Arab arms asked Asma began Bermudo broken burnous child coin Cordova court dark death Dib's diwan door Dost thou El-Andalus El-As'ad Emir eunuchs eyes face Faithful Fatimah Fayic fear feet fingers garden Ghalib gipsy girl glanced gold guard Hajib hand harim hath head heard held Hisham hither honour horse hour infidel Ja'far Jud'har Kadi Khalif king knew laughed leant Leon letter lifted lips liwan looked lord master mihrab Moghira Moslem Mosque Nawara night once Othman Palace passed pavilion pentangle Queen quiet replied robes round roused scimitar servants shadow Shirine shoulders side slave Slavonians smiled Spaniard spoke steps stood Subh swiftly thee thine thou art thou didst thou hast thou knowest thought told touched turned veil voice waited walls watched whispered wilt woman Yusuf of Granada
Page 57 - The fate of every man have we bound about his neck; and we will produce unto him, on the day of resurrection, a book wherein his actions shall be recorded: it shall be offered him open, and the angels shall say unto him, Read thy book; thine own soul will be a sufficient accountant against thee, this day.
Page 357 - ... and of thy mercy grant that he may experience thine acceptance ; and spare him the trial of the grave, and its torment ; and make his grave wide to him ; and keep back the earth from his sides ;* and of thy mercy grant that he may experience security from thy torment, until Thou send him safely to thy Paradise, O Thou most merciful of those who shew mercy...
Page 357 - Thou art all-knowing respecting him. O God, he hath gone to abide with Thee ; and Thou art the best with whom to abide. He hath become in need of Thy mercy ; and Thou hast no need of his punishment. We have come to Thee, supplicating that we may intercede for him. O God, if he were a doer of good, over-reckon his good deeds ; and if he were an evil-doer, pass over his...
Page 66 - Mahometan law, are agreed that the doctrine of predestination (thus expressed in the Koran, " The fate of every man have