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Ghoul, 108.
Ghuznee, 222.
Gibrahar, 215.
Gilead, 19.
GOD, 103 ; Word of, 107 ;

Kingdom, I15 ; Unity, 117;

"Worship of, 136, 139, 142,

143; Intercession with, 192;

Decree, 197 ; Merciful, ib.
Golden Calf, 137.
Good Works, 90, 188, 189 (n),

191, 194, 207, 234.



Gospel (of Infancy), 122, 142;

of Christ, 234.
Gothic (Monarchy), 215.
Grand Turk, 215.
Grave (Moslem), 205.
Great Mogul, 200 (n), 215.
Greek Emperor, 218.
Greeks, 129.
Grenada, 216 (n).
Guadalete, 215.
Guests (to Mahomet), 162.



H

Hades, 206.

Hadhramaut, 9, lO, 12, 51, 132.

Hafiz, 202.

Plagar, 18, 19, 20, 34, 39.

Plaggidah, 121, 141.

Hajar (Al), iii.

Halima (Mahomet's nurse), 46,

180.
Hambal (Ibn) Hambalees, 198.
Hammceum Littus, 15.
Hamza, 43 (n), 77, 82, 84,

155, 160.
Hanifees, 189, 198.
Haphsa (Wife of Mahomet),

86, 158, 177.
Haram, 39, 168 (n).

j Harb, 50, 77.
I Harith, 43, 49.
i Haroun al Raschid, 216, 220.
\ Hasan, 79, 158, 180, 188 (n),
199, 200, 212, 213, 233 (n).

Hashim, 12, 42, 78.

Havilah, 15, 16, 20.

Hawazin (Heni), 175.

Heathen (Nations), 138.

Heaven, 104, 105, 154, 207.

Heavenly Stone, 35.

Hejaz, 7, 12, 36, 37.

Hfjira (Flight), 22, 78, 80,

87, 134-



ISLAM AND ITS FOUNDER.



245



Hell, 91, 92, 104, 106, 153,

193, 207.
Hellespont, 219.
Heraclius (Emperor), 129, 169,

209.
Hercules (Pillars oQ, 211.
Herodotus, 6, 31.
Hijaba, 38, 174.
Himyarite (Dynasty), 22, 24.
Hind, 158, 160, 175, 212.
Hindoo (Faith), 192 (n).
Hindostan, 138.
Hinriuism, 224.
Hira, 25, 33, 53, 72.
Hira (Cave of), 62, 69.
Hobal, 33, 174.
Hodeibia, 168, 171.
Hologu (Emperor), 217.
Holeil, 37.
Holy Months, 130.
Holy Places, loi, 168, iSr, 182,

188, 234.
Holy Scriptures, 105.
Holy Spirit, 143.
Holy War, 193, 226.
Homerites, 24.
Honein, 175.
Horeb, 52.

Horsley's Sermons, 147 (n).
Hosein, 79, 1S8 (n), 199, 200,

212, 214 (n), 233 (n).
Hotama (Al), (Hell), 91.
Houries, 104, 105.
Hud, 135.
Hughes (The Rev. T. P.), 98

(n), 112 (n), 187 (n), 200 (n),

202 (n), 203 (n), 205 (n), 228

(n).
Hujrah, 145 (n), 180 (n).
Humayun (Emperor), 200 (n).
Hungary, 219, 220.
Husbands (Rights and Power),

149, 150.
Hyderabad (Deccan), 223 (n).
Hypocrites, 105 (n), 153 (n),

159-



Ibn Hambal, 198.

Ibrahim (Son of Mahomet),

179, 182.

Iconium (Sultans of), 218.
Idolatry and Idolaters, 29, 39,

53. 62, 74, 95, 100, 135,

137, 140, 168, 169, 179, 181,

189, 190, 234, 236.
Idols. See above.
Idumceans and Iduma'a, 17, 24.
Ijaza, 37.
Ihram (pilgrim departure), 39,

182.
Ikrema, 159, 175.
Imam (of Sana), 9, 1 18 (n),

198, 200, (the twelve Imams),

212, 214 (n), 226.
Imamat, 198, 199, 214.
Iman, 196.
Inmiortality, 94.
Incarnation, 142, 192 (n)
India, 51, 222, 223 (n), 224;

225.
Indian Ocean, 5.
Indus, 215, 216.
Infanticide, 140.
Inheritance, 194.
Inquisitors (Munkir and Nakir),

206.
Intercessor, 192.
Irak, 209, 213 (n)
Irving (W, ) "Life of Mahomet,"

54-

Isaiah, 19.

Ishmael, 15, 17, 19, 20, 22, 34,
35. 36, 39: 41. 44 (»). 189.

Islam, 12, 41, 71 ; First blood,
75 ; House of, 75 ; at Me-
dina, 12S ; Sword of, 134;
no new religion, 135, 172,
175; Object of, 157, 179;
Embassies, 169 ; Growth of,

180, 191, 192 ; Meaning of,



246



ISLAM AND ITS FOUNDER.



196, 197, 199 (n) ; Spread of,
208 ; Effect of, 228, et seq.

Israel, 30.

Israfil (Anj^el), 114, 207.

Issue (of God). 100.

Izafar, 24.



JABR, 75.
Jacob, 137.

Jacobites (Heresy), 170.
Jafar, 173.
Janizaries, 217.
jebel, 7 (n).

„ Ared, 8, 9.

„ Ayr, 134.

,, el-Akhdar, 10.

„ Jyad, 56.

,, Kora, 9, 125.

,, Shammar, 8, 9.
Jeremiah, 22.
Jeroboam, 19.
Jerome (St.), 20.
Jerusalem, 23, lOl, 141, 154,

209.
Jesus, 136 ; account of in Koran,

142, 144,
Jetur, 19.
Jews, 22, 23, 24, 41, 90 (n),

100, loi; History of, I07, 127,

146, 149, 153, 154, 157, 158,

166, 171 ; Treatment of, 179,

191, 193 (n); (in Spain), 215.
Jezeret, 5.
Jiddah (Port of Mecca), 9, 34

(n), 59, 79, 162.
Jihad (Holy War), 226.
job, 31, 137.
John, 143.
Joktan, 16, 36.
Jonah, 121.
Jordan, 19, 54, 2vT9.
Jorhamite, 36.
Joseph, 136, 137.



Josephus, 20.

Journey (Night), 140.

Judas, 146.

Judgment (Day of), 136, 196,

207.
Judzima (Beni), 175.
Jupiter, 32.
Juweiria (Wife of Mahomet),

163.



K

Kaaba (at Mecca), 21, 23, 32,

33. 35, 37, 38, 39, 40, 46, 49,

51, 58 (Rebuilding) ; 80, loo,

168, 181, 199 (n).
Kab-ibn-Ashraff (Assassination

of), 1 58.
Kadr Al (night of), 69.
Kafirs, 196.
Kedar, 19, 21.
Kedarys, 21.
Kelpie, 108.
Kennedy (The Rev. J.;

"Christianity") 1 15 (n), 231

(n).
Kerbela, 1S8, 214 (and n), 233

(n).
Keturah, 15, 16.
Khadija, 42 (n), 57, 58, 61, 72 ;

Death of, 123, 180.
Khalid, 159, 172, 173, 174, 175,

209.
Khazraj (Beni), 42, 127, 128.
Kheibar, 22, 171, 182.
Khilji (Dynasty), 223 (n).
Khorassan, 211, 214, 21S.
Khosru Parviz, 169.
Khozeima ( Beni), 161.
Khozaa (Beni), 37.
Khutbah, 11 8.
Khuweilid, 57.
Kibla, loi, el seq., 116, 154,

206.
Kinana, 22, 171.



ISLAM AND ITS FOUNDER.



247



Kiswa, 167 (n).

Kiyada, 38.

Koorban Beyram, 1S6 (11).

Koran, 11, 83 ; History of, 86,
88, 89; Earliest Suras, spe-
cimen of, 89, 93 ; General
teaching, 94, 95 ; Second group
of Suras, their teaching, 96, d
seq. ; Abrogated passages, 98 ;
Uncreated, 99 ; Unity of God,
99 ; Third group of Suras,
1 10, ei scq. ; A confirmation,
112 (n) ; Parody of Scripture,
120 ; Genii, 126 ; Latest Mec-
can Suras, 135, et seq. ; Fables,
137 ; Moral Sentiments, 138,
139 ; Puerilities, 142 ; Teach-
ing regarding Christ, 142; In-
consistency of, 147 ; Poly-
gamy, 149 ; Booty, 157 ;
Honein, 176 ; Release of
Mahomet from oath, 177 ;
The Medina Suras, 185, et
scq. ; Teaching, 196 ; Mean-
ing of, 196 (n) ; Sunnah Sup-
plementary, 199; Last Judg-
ment, 207 ; Effects of teach-
ing, 229.

Kulberga, 223 (n).



L

Laban, 29.

Lahore, 222.

Lailat-al-Miraj, 140.

Lane, "Modern Egyptian and
Arabian Nights," 98 (n), 108
(n), 119 (n), 141 (n), 192 (n),

2l5.(n)-
Lapwing (speaks), 137.
Last Day, 94, 191.
Lat. Vxdc Aildl, 32, So, 125.
Legend, 107.
Lepers (healed), 144.
Leuke-Kome, 7.



Lex Talionis, 164, 167, 193.

Libya, 210.

Lion of God, 82.

Livy, 54 (n).

Liwa, 38.

Lokman, 119.

Lord. Vide Christ yc'sus.

Lote Tree, 140.

Lunar year, 185.

Luther, 63.

M

Maadd, 36.

Macedonian Kings, 21, 169.

Magi and Magians, 45, 115, X29.
207 (n).

Mahdi (Imam), 200.

MAHOMEr (Muhammad and
Mohammad), the Prophet
of Mecca : Ancestors, 36 ;
Birth, 45 ; Childhood, 48 ;
Epileptic fits, 47 ; to Syria,
51 ; Ignorance of Christ, 53 ;
Al Amin, 56 ; Marriage,
57 ; Visions, 58 ; Struggles,
59, 61, 62 ; Motives, 66 ;
Divine Mission, 67 ; Ga-
briel, 69 ; Attempt to Sui-
cide, 70 ; Converts, 72, 74 ;
Commission to preach,
72 ; Repudiates Idols, 74,
76, 78, 80 ; Firmness, 82,
84 ; The Koran his work,
86; Magnanimity, 102; Life
at Mecca, 105, no, ii2,
123 ; In Peace, 123 ; To
Tayif, 125 ; Maltreated there ;
125 ; Turn of Fortune, 126,
rf scq. ; Pact with Ansars,
131 ; Flight, 132, ci scq. ;
Last teaching at Mecca, 135 ;
Imperfect Knowledge, 139 ;
Night Journey, 140 ; Vie\» s
of Christ, 143, et scq. ; Ig-
norance, 143 ; Life at Medina,



248



ISLAM AND ITS FOUNDER.



148, et seq. ; Treatment of
Jews, 153 ; Treachery, 15S ;
at Badr, 156 ; at Ohod, 159 ;
Marriage with Zeinab, 161 ;
Special Marital Privileges,
161 ; Sanguinary conduct,
165 ; Treatment of Jews, 165 ;
Enchantments, 166 ; Pilgrim-
age, 168 ; Conquest of Mecca,
173, ei seq. ; Last Illness,
and Death, 182, 184 ; Inter-
cessor, 192 ; Example of,
197 ; Will lead Believers to
Paradise, 207 ; Estimate of
life and death, 227 ; Impos-
ture, 231.

Mahometans and Moslems, 196.

Mahrattas, 223.

Makhzum, 59 (n).

Malacca, 224.

Malays, 224.

Malik and Malikees, 198.

Mamelook (Sultans of Egypt),
219.

Manah (Idol), 32, 80.

Manslaughter, 193.

Maracci, d^-

Mareb, 7 (n).

Mariaba, "].

Marianites, 52.

Marr-al-Tzahran, 57, 174.

Marsyaba, 7.

Martyr, 180, 188, 189 (n), 193,

233, n-
Martyrdom of Hosein, 214.
Marwa (Hill of), 38, 172.
Mary (the Copt), 170 (n), 176,

231 (n).
Mary (the Virgin), 143.
Maseilama, 183 (n).
Masjid-al-Nabi (Medina), 148.
Massacre of Melos, 165 ; Beni

Coreitza, 166.
Maurice (Emperor), 169.
Mauritania, 216.
Mecca and Mcccans, 9, 10, 12,



16, 21, 23, 32, 33, 36, 37,
39. 40, 43. 48, 74. 79, 80 ;
Antiquity, 102, 127, 129, 132.
133, 134, 140, 154 (n), 159;
168, 172 ; Conquest by
Moslems, 173, 6t seq. ; Rites,
187 ; Pilgrimage, 188, 189,
199, (n), 202, 214.

Medina, 9, 21, 22, 42, 45,
51, 78, 80, 127, 128; Spread
of Islam (the), 128 ; Migra-
tion to, 130, 131, 134, 141,
153, 157, 159, J^3 5 Siege by
Meccans, 166; 170, 182, 186,
202, 211, 213, 214.

Meimuna (wife of Mahomet),
172.

Meisara, 57.

Melanchthon, 63.

Mercy (of God), 181.

Messiah, 127, 154.

Michael, 114.

Midianites, 19 ; (of the wood,)

135-

Midrash, 141.

Migration (to Abyssinia), 79;
to Medina, 132.

Mina (Wadi), 39, 41, 178, iSl,
187.

Minna, 10.

Miracles (asked for), 1 10, ill,
112, 122, 144.

Mishna, 61.

Missionary work of Islam, 236,

Moab, 18.

Mocha, 9.

Modadh, 35.

Mohacz (Battle of), 220.

Moharram, 118, 187,

Monophysite, 52.

Moors, 215, 220 (n)j (poly-
gamy), 229 (n).

Moorshedabad, 223 (n).

Moral sentiments in Koran,
13S.

Moriah (Mount), 210.



ISLAM AND ITS FOUNDER.



249



Morocco, 1S9, 195, 225.

Morrah, 71, 83.

Mosaic Ritual, 153.

Mosdalifa, 39, 182.

Moses, 52, 71, 136; Story of,
136, 171 (n).

Mosques, 118 188; of Omar,
210 ; Hasanayn, 214 (n) ;
at Medina, 148, 183, 184.

Mostadhem Billah (Caliph),
217.

Mostanser Billah (Caliph), 220
(n).

Mostaraba, 35.

Mosul, 75.

Motasem Billah (Caliph), 199
(n).

Motavakkel Billah (Caliph),
99 (n), 220.

Mothers of the Faithful, 180,
212.

Moulvie, 118 (n), 205.

Muavia, 212, 213, 214.

Muckonckas, 170.

Mueddzin, 117.

Mufti, 118 (n).

Muhammad I., Ottoman Sultan,
219.

Muhammad II. , Ottoman Sul-
tan, 219.

Muhammad Ali, of Egypt, 9,
202.

Muir (Sir W., " Life of Maho-
met"), 5, 7, 22, 26, 35, 39 (n),
44 (n), 53, 58, 61 (n), 65, 66,
88, 98, 128, 131, 140, 162,
166, 184, (n), 19S.

Mujiahid, liS (n. ).

Munaficun (Hypocrites), 153 (n).

Mundzir III., 25.

Munkir, 206.

Muraisi (Wells of), 162.

Muider (wilful), 160, 164, 193.

Musab-ibn-Omeir, 128.

Muscat, 10.

Mushrikin, 196.



Mussulman (meaning of), 196.
Muta, 173.
Mutilation, 164, 167.
Mutim, 126.
Myos Hormus, 7,
Mysore, 223 (n).



N

Naaman, 76 (n).

Nabatheans, 7, 8, 20, 41.

Nadhir, 160.

Nadir Shah, 223.

Nadr, 156.

Nahavend (Battle of), 210.

Najd, 9, 10, 16, 134, 173, 202.

Najran, 9, 23, 25, 57, 103.

Nakhla, 109, 126, 155.

Nakir, 206.

Naufal, 43, 50.

Nazarenes, 52.

Nazareth, 122.

Nebaioth, 19.

Nebajoth, 19, 21.

Nephish, 19.

Nera Kome, 7.

Nestorian, 23, 25, 54, 170.

New Jerusalem, 105.

New Testament, 26, 112 (n),

115, 141, 147 (n).
Nicopolis (Battle of), 219.
Night Journey (Miraj), 140.
Nile, 6, 210.
Nineveh (Battle of), 169.
Nisabor, 2 1 1.
Noah, 136, 154.
Nodab, 19.
Noman, 25 ; (V.) 25.
Nubia, 211.

Number of Mahometans, 225.
Nushirvan, 168.



250



ISLAM AND ITS FOUNDER.



o

Obeida, 154.

Obodas, 7, 21.

Ocatz (Fair of), 55.

Ocba, 156.

Ohod, 134; Battle of, 159,
161, 172.

Old Testament, 120, 139, 141,
147 (n), 149.

Olympus (Mount), 219.

Oman, 9, 10, 16.

Omar-ibn-al-Khattab (Caliph),
22, 72, 82 ; Conversion, 84,
87, 15S, 209, 210, 211,

Omar II. (ben Abdul Aziz), 195,
198.

Omeya and Omeyades, 43, 50,
72 (n), 77, 180, 184 (n),
195, 213, 216.

Om-Habiba (Wife of Mahomet),
170 (n).

Om-Jemil, 73 (n).
,, Kolthuni (Daughter of Ma-
homet), 57, 79.
,, Salma (Wife of Mahomet),
161.

Omra (Lesser Pilgrimage), 181.

Opium (Lawfulness of), 191.

Ormuzd, 169.

Orontes, 210.

Orotal, 31.

Orthodox Sects, 188, 197, 198.

Ortogrul, 218.

Osman (or Othman), 218.

Ostracism, 84.

Otba, 79.

Oteiba, 79.

Otheil (Valley of), 156.

Othman - ibn - Affan (Caliph ),
72, 79, 87, 174; Death, 21 1;
213.

Othman-ibn-Huweirith, 61 (n).

Ottoman (Sultans), 219; Mis-
rule, 221.
., Turks, 219, 220.



Oudh, 203, 223 (n).
Oxus, 217.



Paleologus (Constantine IX.)

219.
Palestine, 12, 21, 209, 219.
Pathan (Princes of India), 223.
Paradise, 34, 35, 67, 103, 104,

114, 155, 184, 191, 193, 197,

205, 206, 207, 209.
Paran, 18, 19.
Parthian (Kings), 169.
Pashas (Turkish), 221.
Patmos, 105.

Patriarch, I lo, 137, 149,
Paul (St.), 19, 66.
People of the book, 179.
People of Israel, 112.
Persia, 10, 12, 16, 21, 24, 216,

220.
Petra, 6, 8, 20 (n), 21, 24, 40.
Pharanitffi, 19.
Pharan Oppidum, 19.
Pharaoh, 136.
Philip, 66.
Philippines, 224.
Phokas, 169.
Phrygia, 218.
Pilgrimage and Pilgrims, 37, 38,

119, 126, 140, 168, 169;

Lesser, 172, 176, iSi; Greater,

1S7, 1S8, 189, 190 (n), 197,

202, 234.
Plato, 201.
Pledge, 1 28, 131.
Pliny. 6, 7.
Plunder, 155, 157.
Polygamy, 124, 149, 152, 161,

229 (n).
Population, 225.
Prayer, 1 18 (n), 1 19; Times of,

116, 197.
Predestination, 96, 97, 221.



ISLAM AND ITS FOUNDER.



251



Preserved Book, 99, 229.

Pretorians, 217.

Prideaux, 63 (n), 141 (n).

Primogeniture, 194.

Prince of Peace, 141.

Prisoners, 157.

Prophets, 135, 206.

Ptolemy, 6.

Punishment (of Adultery), 163;

(Theft), 167 ; (Enemies of

God), 167 ; (Murder), 193 ;

(Manslaughter), 193.
Punjaub, 223.
Purification and Purity, 91,

117.



Qazi, 118 (n).

Queen (of Sheba), 137 ; of Eng-
land, 225.

R

Rabi I. (Month), 188 (n).

Radhi-Billah (Caliph), 21S (n).

Rajab (Month), 39, 155, 193.

Rajpoots, 222, 223.

Rakaat, 117.

Ramadhan [Ramazan] (Feast

of), 69, 185, 186.
Redeemer (The), 19, 60.
Redemption (The), 92.
Red Sea, 5, 6, 8, 18, 134.
Regeneration, 192 (n).
Regma (Raamah), 15.
Religious Creeds (Numbers of),

225.
Reservoirs, 42.
Resurrection, 103, 196, 207 (of

Animals).
Retaliation (Law of), 164, 167,

193-
Reuben, 18.
Rhodes, 211, 220.
Rifada, 38.



Riliana (Wife of Mahomet), 22,

166.
Rimmon (House of), 76 (n).
Ritualism (in Islam), 237, 238.
Roba-el-Khaly, 10.
Rockeya, 57, 79, 158.
Roderic, 215.
Rodwell, 87 (n).
Rohillas, 223.
Rome and Romans, 21, 170,

172, 217.
Rosaries, 1 18, 205.
Rostak, 10.
Rustum, 120 (n)



Saad, 72, 75.

Saba, 32.

Sabbath (Fishing on), 137.

Sabellians, 52.

Sabceans, 24, 31, 191.

Sacrifices, 39, 44, 60, 140, 168,

172, 182, 186, 187, 192, 206

(n), 232.
Sad, 176.

Sadacat, 157 (n), 194.
Safa (Hill of), 38, 77, 172.
Safia (Wife of Mahomet), 22.
Safwan, 163.
Sahara, 5-
Said-ibn-Zeid, 72.
Saints, 192.
Salah, HI, 135.
Sale, 15 et passim.
Sallust (View of Polygamy),

229 (n).
Salm, 42.
Salonica, 219.
Salvation, 188.
Samaritan, 137.
Sana, 9, 23, 43, 183 (n).
Sand (for Ablution), 117.
Saraceni, 6.
Saragossa, 215.
SassanidK, 168, 2IO.



25^



ISLAM AND ITS FOUNDER.



Satan, 191.

Satyr, 108.

Saul, 18.

Saviour (The), 53, 115,141, 143,

Sawda (Wife of Mahomet), 126,

149.
ScenitK, 6.

Scriptures (The), 136, 139, 144.
Sebukte^jin, 222.
Seir, 29.
Seleucia, 210.
Seleucida?, 169.
Sehm I., 220.
Seljuc (Sultan), 218.
Serendib, 34 (n).
Sergius, 54.
Servius Tullius, 54 (n).
Seven Sleepers, 136.
Seville, 215 (n).
Shaban, 188 (n).
Shafei (Al), 198.
Shawwal, 186.
Sheb (Abu Talib), 85, 122.
Sheba, 19, 137.
Sheikh-Muhammad, 202.
Shem, 29.
Shema, 55.
Shepherds (at Bethlehem), 115.

(the Good), 238.
Sherif (of Mecca), 62 (n).
Sheyba (Beni), iSl.
Shia (the Sect), 184 (n), 188 (n),

199, 200, 212, 214, 220 (n),

226.
Shoaib, 135.
Shooting Stars, 109.
Shub-Barat, 188 (n).
Shur, 18.
Sik, 20 (n).
Sikhs, 223.
Siloah, 34 (n).
Simeon, 46.

Simon the Cyrenian, 146.
Sinai, 52.
Sirat (Al), 207.
Sirius, 32.



Siroes, 169.

Slavery, 151, 166, 193, 225,

230.
Social League destroyed, 123.
Sodom, 135.
Sohail, 32.
Solomon, 109, 137.
Son of God, 143 ; of Man,

147.
Sonship (Divine), 142.
Solar Year, 185 (n).
Solyman I., 219; II., 220.
Sophi (King), 200 (n).
Spain, 213, 215, 216.
Spanheim, 63.
Spider's Web, 133.
Spirit (of God), 144.
Stockholm (Blood Bath), 165.
Stoning, 163.
Strabo, 7.
Striking (The), 90.
Succession or Successor, 208,

211, 212.
Sufi-ism, 2or.
Suheib, 75.
Sumatra, 224.
Sun and Moon (Worship of),

30, 31, 32.
Sunnah, 163, 188, 197, 198, 199.
Sunni (The Sect), 184 (n), 198,

200, 212, 226, 228 (n).
Supper (the Lord's), 106, 144.
Sura (see also Koran), 86, 88,

90.
Swine's Flesh, 140.
Sword, 139, 155, 172; oflslam,

179.
Syllarus, 7.
Syria, S, 12, 21, 36, 40, 53,

127 (n), 154, 156, 169, 173,

209, 212, 213.
Syud Ahmed, 203.



Tabernacle (The), iS.



ISLAM AND ITS FOUNDER.



253



Talha, 72, 159.

Talmud, 55 (n), 61, 115, 121,

141.
Tamasp, 200 (n).
Tarifa, 215.
Tarik, 215.
Tartars, 218.
Taxes, 178, 195, 200.
Tayif, 31 (11), 46, 109, 125, 176,

178.
Taym, "ji.
Tazias, 188.
Temple (Mecca), 140.
Tempter, 1 1 5.
Ternli, 29.
Territory (The), 93.
Testament. See Old Testament

and New Testament.
Thackif (Beni), 125, 175.
Thamud (Beni), 65, ill, 135.
Thaur (cave of), 132, 134, 172.
Theft, 164, 167.
Thibet, 5.

Three Persons (in Trinity), 142.
Thucydides, 165 (n).
Timur, 219, 223.
Tithes, 194.
Titus (Emperor), 23.
Toledo, 215 (n).
Trading (on pilgrimage), 1S8.
Tradition, 184 (n), 189, 197,

19S, 206.
Trajan (Emperor), 8, 21.
Transoxiana, 215.
Trebizond, 219.
Tribes (Jewish), 158, 160.
Tribute, 179.
Trinity, lOO, 14.2 (n).
Truce (of Hodeibia), 168.
Turkestan, 214, 225.
Turkey, 200.
Turks, 217, 218, 220; (Tyranny

of), 221.
Two Paths (Koran), 93.
Tyh, 20.
Tyre, 12.



U

Unbelievers, 139, 141.
Unitarians and Unity of God,

99, 100, 117, 137, 142.
Urania, 31.
Usury, 119.



Valentia (in Spain), 215.

Valid I. (Caliph), 215, 222.

Varna (Battle of), 219.

Vcdanta (Indian), 201.

Veil (curtain) for Women, 162.

Venetians, 219.

Venus (Worship oQ, 32.

Vienna (Siege of), 220.

Virginity (of Mary), 143.

Visigothic (Kings), 215.



W

Waiiabees, 198 (n), 202, 22S

(n).
Wahb, 44.
Walid-ibn-al-Magheira, 59 (11),

73 (")> 77 (")•
War (with Infidels), 192, 226

(Jihad).
Waraca, 61, 70.
Wilderness, 137.
Williams, Dr. Alonier, 107 (n),

164 (n), 192 (n), 225 (n).
Wills, &c., 194.
Winds (Solomon), 137.
Wine (forbidden), 190.
Witnesses (for Adultery), 163,

194.
Wives, 150, 151, 161, iSo,

193-
Women, 150; in Paradise, 152,

iGi, 167 ; Captives, 193.
Word (The), 143 ; of God, 105.



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ISLAM ANU ITS FOUNDER.



Xeres, 215.



Yam AM A, 10.

Yathrib (xMedina), 48,

Yembo, 7 (n), 9.

Yemen, 6, 8, 21, 23, 25, 33,

35. 36, 40, 43. 170, 183 (n).
Yermouk (Battle of), 209.
Yesdejird, 210.
Yezid, 214.
Yokdah, 59 (n).



Zacat, 194.



I Zacharias, 143.

Zain-al-Abid-Din, 200, 214 (n).

Zarb, 204.

Zeid, 61, 71, 125, 161, 173.

Zeid-ibn-Thabit, 87.

Zeinab (Dauj;hter of Mahomet),
57. 78, 79-

Zeinab-bint-Jahsh (Wife of Ma-
homet), 161, 162, 231 (n).

Zem Zem, 34, 39 (n), 40, 43,
49, 182.

Zikr, 204.

Zobeide, 216.

Zobier, 49, 72.

Zohal, 33.

Zohara, 160.

Zohra, 44.

Zoroaster, 45, 169.



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