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  • Ⅰ. The Opening Chapter (Mecca) .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  
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  • Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al Madinah and Meccah by Richard Francis Burton 131371Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al Madinah and MeccahRichard
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 10 Mecca by Gabriel Oussani 103873Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 10 MeccaGabriel Oussani Mecca, the capital of Arabia
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  • quoted and refuted 19. A brief sketch of the propagation of Islam at Mecca: Islam at Mecca; Islam at Abyssinia; Conversions at Nakhla 20. Rapid stride of Islam
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 17 Mecca 1159561911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 17 — Mecca MECCA (Arab. Makkah),' the chief town of the
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  • The New International Encyclopædia Mecca 1388871The New International Encyclopædia — Mecca MECCA (Ar. Makkah, or Bakkah, Koran, Sura iii. 90; called
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  • literally a “setting out,” for the greater pilgrimage of Mahommedans to Mecca, which takes place from the 8th to the 10th of the twelfth month of the
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  • Letter to the inhabitants of Mecca by Abu Bakr, translated by Simon Ockley 549540Letter to the inhabitants of MeccaAbu BakrSimon Ockley In the name
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  • The Shereefate of Mecca 191521The Revolt in Arabia — The Shereefate of MeccaChristiaan Snouck Hurgronje THE SHEREEFATE OF MECCA How the public insists
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  • —The Persecution. 1. The early persecution of Moslems by the people of Mecca 2. Notices of the persecutions in the Koran 3. Insults suffered by Mohammad
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  • applied specifically to the pilgrimage to the Kaaba (q.v.) or sanctuary of Mecca, which every Mohammedan, whose means and health permit, is bound to perform
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  • intrigue—Submission of Mecca—Nearly poisoned—Bewitched by the Jews—His amours with Mary—Conquest of Arabia—Marches into Syria—Farewell pilgrimage to Mecca—His death—His
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  •   Foreword The Shereefate of Mecca The Shereefate of Mecca (Continued) Shereef and Caliph Note Appendix
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  • Damascus—War proclaimed against Mu'awiya CHAPTER XXXIV 36 A.H.—'Aisha at Mecca—Joined by Talha and Az-Zubeir—They seize Al-Basra CHAPTER XXXV 'Ali's advance
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  • of Mecca (Continued) 191522The Revolt in Arabia — The Shereefate of Mecca (Continued)Christiaan Snouck Hurgronje THE SHEREEFATE OF MECCA (Continued)
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  • Sheik of Mecca. Omar, General and second in command to Mahomet. Seid, Slave to Mahomet. Palmira, Slave to Mahomet. Phanor, Senator of Mecca. Company of
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  • increasing number of Moslem converts at Mecca after the Hegira.] 21. When the Moslems were obliged to emigrate from Mecca under the severe Koreishite persecutions
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  • special interest and importance as containing the two sacred cities of Islam, Mecca and Medina (q.v.), respectively the birthplace and burial-place of Mahomet
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  • story. The story regarding Hátib's revelation of the intended attack upon Mecca by Mohammad, is not supported by authentic and trustworthy traditions. The
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  • Introduction/27Moulavi Gerágh Ali [Sidenote: Surrender of Mecca. A.H., 8.] 27. The position of Islam at Mecca was greatly strengthened since the truce in A.H.
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