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" I testify that there is no deity but God, and I testify that Suleyman is the Prophet of God. "
The Englishwoman in Egypt: Letters from Cairo - Page 116
1844
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An account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians, Volume 1

Edward William Lane - 1836 - 419 pages
...among the Egyptians, after washing clothes, to pour clean water upon them, and to say, in doing so, " I testify that there is no deity but God; and I testify that Mohham'mad is God's Apostle*." In speaking of their religion, I have mentioned several other practices...
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1837
...to do so, to the instruction of a schoolmaster. As early as possible, the child is taught to say, ' I testify that there is no deity but God; and I testify that Mohham'mad is God's Apostle.' He receives also lessons of religious pride, and learns to hate the Christians,...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 32

Reuben Percy, John Timbs - 1838
...[voice answered, " Be silent ! I am Azraeel, the Angel of Death !" " Alas !" cried the terrified man, " I testify that there is no deity but God, and I testify that Mohammed is God's apostle! There is no strength nor power but in God, the High, the Great! to God we...
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The Mirror of Literature,Amusement,and Instruction VOL.XXXII

The Mirror of Literature,Amusement,and Instruction VOL.XXXII - 1838
...>oice answered, " Be silent! I am Azraee'l, the Angel of Death !" " Alas !" cried the terrified man, "1 testify that there is no deity but God, and I testify that Mohammed is God's apostle ! There is no strength nor power but in God, the High, the Great ! to God...
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The thousand and one nights, commonly called, in England, the ..., Volume 2

Arabian nights - 1840
...[from the inner apartment], he took the barber's looking-glass, and, looking at his face in it, said, I testify that there is no deity but God, and I testify that Mohammad is God's Apostle ! J He then looked at his beard, and saw that the white eclipsed the black ; and he reflected that...
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The thousand and one nights: commonly called, in England, The Arabian nights ...

1840
...[from the inner apartment], he took the barber's looking-glass, and, looking at his face in it, said, I testify that there is no deity but God, and I testify that Mohammad is God's Apostle ! * He then looked at his beard, and saw that the white eclipsed the black ; and he reflected that...
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The thousand and one nights, commonly called, in England, the ..., Volume 3

Arabian nights - 1841
...Adored God, and marry to me thy daughter according to law, and say thou, and those who are with thee, I testify that there is no deity but God, and I testify that Suleyman is the Prophet of God. If thou say that, peace and safety shall be thy lot. But if thou refuse,...
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The thousand and one nights: commonly called, in England, The Arabian nights ...

Fiction - 1841
...Adored God, and marry to me thy daughter according to law, and say thou, and those who are with thee, I testify that there is no deity but God, and I testify that Suleyman is the Prophet of God. If thou say that, peace and safety shall be thy lot. But if thou refuse,...
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Robert Merry's Museum, Volumes 1-2

Samuel Griswold Goodrich, Stephen T. Allen - Children's literature - 1842
...to do so, to the instruction of a schoolmaster. As early as possible, the child is taught to say, " I testify that there is no deity but God ; and I testify that Mohammed is God's apostle." He receives also lessons of religious pride, and learns to hate the Christians,...
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The Englishwoman in Egypt: Letters from Cairo, Written During a Residence ...

Egypt - 1845 - 244 pages
...had returned, and that not even his two Bedawee guards had come as usual, when he was alarmed by loud and piteous cries in the desert plain before him....(or demon) had seized him by the throat, and thrown sarid'into his mouth, and that he was almost suffocated. (It seems that the Arabs are subject to a...
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