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Know thou that the passages that We have called "ambiguo...

What Of The Peace Congress?
It resembles many drunkards gathered together to prot...

89 Beware That Ye Take Not Unto Yourselves More Wives Than Two
Whoso contenteth himself with a single partner from a...

Verily I Say, This Is The Day In Which Mankind Can Behold
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Praise Be To Thee, O Lord My God! I Swear By Thy
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20: O Ye That Are Lying As Dead On The Couch Of Heedlessness!
In the eighth of the most holy lines, in the fifth Ta...

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65 Nimrod #41






The Nimrod referred to in this verse is, in both Jewish and Islamic

traditions, a King who persecuted Abraham and whose name became symbolic

of great pride.





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