A Grammar of the Classical Arabic Language, Volume 1

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Printed at the North-Western Provinces and Oudh government Press, 1883 - Arabic language
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Translated and compiled from the works of the most approved native or naturalized authorities ... In an introduction and four parts.

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Page 262 - AND He has made subservient for you the night and the day and the sun and the moon. And the stars are made subservient by his command. Surely there are signs in this for a people who understand.
Page 438 - It is not righteousness that ye turn your faces to the East and the West; but righteous is he who believeth in Allah and the Last Day and the angels and the Scripture and the Prophets...
Page 492 - Were ye present when Jacob was at the point of death? when he said to his sons, Whom will ye worship after me? They answered, We will worship thy GOD, and the GOD of thy fathers, Abraham, and Ismael, and Isaac, one GOD, and to him will we be resigned.
Page 485 - And Moses threw down his rod, and, lo, it swallowed up what they falsely devised! And the sorcerers threw themselves down, adoring. Said they, ' We believe in the Lord of the worlds, the Lord of Moses and Aaron ! ' Said he, ' Do ye believe in Him ere I give you leave?
Page 76 - If thou ask them who hath created the heavens and the earth, they will surely answer, GOD. Say, GOD be praised ! But the greater part of them do not understand.
Page 209 - THE merciful hath taught his servant the Koran. He created man: he hath taught him distinct speech. The sun and the moon run their courses according to a certain rule: and the vegetables which creep on the ground, and the trees submit to his disposition. He also raised the heaven; and he appointed the balance...
Page 351 - Tarry you two: we will weep at the remembrance of a beloved and a place of alighting".

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