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" But should he happen to be of antiWahhabee tendencies, the odds are that he will say "Marhaba," or "Ahlan w' sahlan," ie, "welcome," or "worthy, and pleasurable," or the like ; for of such phrases there is an infinite, but elegant variety. All present... "
Narrative of a Year's Journey Through Central and Eastern Arabia (1862-63) - Page 51
by William Gifford Palgrave - 1865 - 466 pages
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An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians ..., Volume 1

Edward William Lane - Egypt - 1836 - 419 pages
...each other with the salutation of "Peace be on you * !" to which the proper and general reply is " On you be peace, and the mercy of God, and his blessings f !" This salutation is never to be addressed by a Moos'lim to a person whom he knows to be of another...
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Egypt: a familiar description of the land, people and produce

1839
...immoral character1. Mooslims salute each other by saying, " Peace be on you !" to which is answered, " On you be peace, and the mercy of God, and his blessings!" This form is never used to one of another religion; but should a Mohammedan salute a person by mistake...
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The Thousand and One Nights: Commonly Called, in England, The ..., Volume 1

Arabic literature - 1841
...therefore greeted the Khaleefeh by saying, Peace be on thee, O Khaleefeh of God!— to which he replied, On you be peace, and the mercy of God and his blessings !w — She then said, Know that this lady hath conferred on me a benefit for which I am unable to requite...
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The thousand and one nights, commonly called, in England, the ..., Volume 1

Arabian nights - 1841
...therefore greeted the Khaleefeh by saying, Peace be on thee, O Khaleefeh of God! — to which he replied, On you be peace, and the mercy of God and his blessings !w — She then said, Know that this lady hath conferred on me a benefit for which I am unable to requite...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 19

Periodicals - 1841
...of their religion, such as the common salutation of " Peace be on you ! ' the reply to which is, (l On you be peace, and the mercy of God, and his blessings !" This salutation is never addressed by a Mooslim to a person of another religion, nor vice vend....
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The Thousand and One Nights, Or, The Arabian Nights Entertainments ..., Volume 1

Edward William Lane - Arabic literature - 1847
...therefore greeted the Caliph by saying, Peace be on thee, O Caliph of God ! — to which he replied, On you be peace, and the mercy of God, and his blessings ! — She then said, Know that this lady hath conferred on me a benefit for which I am unable to requite...
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The Thousand and One Nights: Or, The Arabian Nights' Entertainments

1848
...and therefore greeted the caliph by saying. Peace be on thee, O caliph of God ! to which he replied, On you be peace, and the mercy of God, and his blessings ! She then said, Know that this lady hath conferred on me a benefit for which I am unable to requite...
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Egypt: a familiar description of the land, people and produce

1850
...immoral character. 1 Mooslims salute each other by saying, "Peacebe on you!" to which is answered, " On you be peace, and the mercy of God, and his blessings!" This form is never used to one of another religion; but should a Mohammedan salute a person by mistake...
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The Pictorial Bible: Psalms-Malachi

John Kitto - Bible - 1856
...their custom of greeting each other with the salutation of " Peace be on you!" To which the reply is, and playedst the harlot thereupon : the like things shal !" This salutation is never to be addressed by a Mooslim to one whom he knows to be of another religion,...
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The Thousand and One Nights: Commonly Called, in England, the Arabian Nights ...

Edward Stanley Poole - 1859
...five modes are often accompanied by the salutation of " Peace lie on you !" to which the reply is, " On you be peace, and the mercy of God, and his blessings !" The sixth mode is observed by servants or pupils to masters, by the wife to the husband, and by...
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