1 edition of Al-Māl al-siyāsī fī Tūnis found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 93-95).
|Statement||Dār al-Ṭāʼir lil-Nashr|
|Publishers||Dār al-Ṭāʼir lil-Nashr|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|2||Silsilat al-qānūn al-dustūrī lil-jamīʻ|
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Thus you see those who, from the moment they set forth, commit sins such as insulting others, engaging in forbidden acts, abandoning prayer, making false accusations of adultery, gossiping, and failing to adhere to the bounds set by God — may He be exalted.
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Mojaddedi and Andrew Rippin, eds. The index is inaccurate for this edition. 3000 Years of Art and Civilisation, 182-203. Yet, often we have observed this [viz. Thus, he is a partner with them in what befalls them, and [he is party to] the anger, discontent, and cursing that some of them exhibit. Online at 2016 The Political Agency of Kurds as an Ethnic Group in Late Medieval South Arabia. 2010 Maritime Cityscapes: Lessons from Real and Imagined Topographies of Western Indian Ocean Ports.
Journal of Economic and Social History of the Orient 51 4 543-577. We were told that one of the early master jurists held that the obligation to perform the pilgrimage has lapsed.
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1971 Agriculture and horticulture: some cultural interchanges of the medieval Arabs and Europe.
If he delays and dies prior to performing the pilgrimage, is he a sinner, considering that he is prepared, with nothing preventing him [from going] other than fear of the overland route and the risk of travelling by sea? As for the journey that is partly praiseworthy and partly blameworthy, it is that of a person who is devout or possesses knowledge, this [favorable quality] remaining alongside his pleasures and cravings.
The proper question, rather, concerns those who have completed the obligatory pilgrimage, and [for whom] the routes are safe.