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" Muhammad's successors, to that purpose. Others suppose he was carried bodily to Jerusalem, but no farther ; and that he ascended thence to Heaven in spirit only. But the received opinion is, that it was no vision, but that he was actually transported... "
Folk-lore of the Holy Land: Moslem, Christian and Jewish - Page 137
by James Edward Hanauer - 1907 - 326 pages
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The Koran: Commonly Called the Alcoran of Mohammed, Volume 2

1821
...corrected several mistakes in the relation of Dr. Prideaux, and in other writers. It is a dispute among the Mohammedan divines, whether their prophet's night-journey...than a vision ; and allege an express tradition of Moiwiyah (3), one of Mohammed's successors, to that purpose. Others suppose he was carried bodily to...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 10

Families - 1832
...was really performed by him corporeally, or whether it was only a dream or a vision. Some think it was no more than a vision, and allege an express tradition of Moawiyah, one of Mohammed's successors, to that purpose. Others suppose, that he was carried bodily...
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The Life of Mohammed: Founder of the Religion of Islam, and of the Empire of ...

George Bush - 1833 - 261 pages
...was really performed by him corporeally, or whether it was only a dream or a vision. Some think it was no more than a vision, and allege an express tradition of Moawiyah, one of Mohammed's successors, to that purpose. Others suppose, that he was carried bodily...
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Hay‚t Al-qulūb

Muḥammad Bāqir ibn Muḥammad Taqī Majlisī - 1850 - 483 pages
...words " kab va kosayn" be interpreted. Let those interested decide. Sale says " it is a dispute among Mohammedan divines, whether their prophet's night-journey...corporally, or whether it was only a dream or vision." (Vol. II., p. 71. Note.) The sheeah traditions declare it was made bodily. NOTE 85, p. 147. " Anyeshah...
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The Koran: Commonly Called the Alcoran of Mohammed : Translated Into English ...

1856 - 802 pages
...against you to afflict you,' was really performed by him corporeally, or whether it was only a dream or a vision. Some think the whole was no more than a vision ; and allege an express tradition of Moawiyah.' one of Mohammed's successors, to that purpose. Others suppose he was carried bodily to Jerusalem,...
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The Koran: Commonly Called the Alcoran of Mohammed

Richard Alfred Davenport, M. Savary (Claude Etienne) - 1856 - 649 pages
...against you to afflict you,k was really performed by him corporeally, or whether ii was only a dream or a vision. Some think the whole was no more than a vision ; and allege an express tradition of Moawiyah.' one of Mohammed's successors, to that purpose. Others suppose he was carried bodily to Jerusalem,...
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The Life of Mohammed: Founder of the Religion of Islam, and of the Empire of ...

George Bush - Islam - 1858 - 261 pages
...was really performed by him corporeally, or whether it was only a dream or a vision. Some think it was no more than a vision, and allege an express tradition of Moawiyah, one of Mohammed's successors, to that purpose. Others suppose, that he was carried bodily...
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The Koran: Commonly Called the Alcoran of Mohammed; Translated Into English ...

1871 - 650 pages
...against you to afflict you,' was really performed by him corporeally, or whether it was only a dream or a vision. Some think the whole was no more than a vision ; and allege an express tradition of Moiwi yah.* one of Mohammed's successors, to that purpose. Others suppose he was carried bodily to...
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Poetical Works of Edwin Arnold: Containing The Light of Asia, The Indian ...

Sir Edwin Arnold - Buddhism - 1882 - 202 pages
...consolation." Page 50. — "The Journey of the Night." "It is a dispute," writes Sale, "among the Muhammedan divines, whether their Prophet's night-journey was...than a vision ; and allege an express tradition of Moawiyah, one of Muhammad's successors, to that purpose. Others suppose he was carried bodily to Jerusalem,...
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A comprehensive commentary on the QurŠn, comprising Sale's tr. and prelim ...

Elwood Morris Wherry - 1882
...Prophet's night-journey was really performed by him corporeally, or whether it was only a dream or a vision. Some think the whole was no more than a vision ; and allege an express tradition of Muaviah, one of Muhammad's successors, to that purpose. Others suppose he was carried bodily to Jerusalem,...
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