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" The virtuous brother holds a high station in Paradise; the infidel is in the depths of Hell, and the child is among those who have obtained salvation.'" "Suppose now," said Ash'ari, "that the child should wish to ascend to the place occupied by his virtuous... "
A Literary History of the Arabs - Page 383
by Reynold Alleyne Nicholson - 1907 - 500 pages
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Ibn Khallikan's Biographical Dictionary, Volume 2

Ibn Khallikān - Authors, Arab - 1843 - 616 pages
...an infant : they all died, and al-Ashari wished to know what had become of them. To this al-Jubbai answered: "The " virtuous brother holds a high station...hell, and the child is among those who have obtained salvation."—"Sup" pose now," said al-Ashari, " that the child should wish to ascend to the place...
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Islam Under the Khalifs of Baghdad

Robert Durie Osborn - 1878 - 406 pages
...they all died, and al Ashari wished to know what had become of them. To this, al Jubbai replied, " The virtuous brother holds a high station in Paradise;...who have obtained salvation." " Suppose, now," said al Ashari, " the child should wish to ascend to the place occupied by his virtuous brother, would he...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review, Volume 29

Theology - 1880
...debauchee, and a reprobate; and the third an infant: they all died. What became of them ?" Al-Jubbai answered: " The virtuous brother holds a high station...who have obtained salvation." " Suppose now," said Al-Ash'ari, " that the child should wish to ascend to the place occupied by his virtuous brother, would...
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Arabic Authors: A Manual of Arabian History and Literature

F. F. Arbuthnot - Arabian Peninsula - 1890 - 247 pages
...what had become of them. To this Al-Jubbai answered : ' The virtuous brother holds a high position in Paradise, the infidel is in the depths of hell,...who have obtained salvation.' ' Suppose now,' said Al-Ashari, ' that the child should wish to ascend to the place occupied by his virtuous brother, would...
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