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Prayer over a man who had taken something from the booty Nas. 21, 66; A. b. H. V, 192. Ritual purity required in him who performs over a - Ma. 16, 26. 5. , the first Bu. 10, I; Mu. 4, I, 3; A. D. 2, 27, 30; Tir. 2, 25; 1. M. 3, I; ns, 2, 4; 1. S. III/I, 167; 1. H. 34 - Muhammad's unique A. b. H. III, 449 bis. Muhammad hears the sound of his sandals in Paradise Bu. 19, 17; 62, 23; Mu. 4:4:, 108; cf. 106; cf. Tir. 46, 17; A. b. H. , N°. 1719. - one of the seven who published their Islam 1. , b. 1 I, (s.
How - is punished Bu. 24, 52; A. D. 9, 24; Nas. 23, 83; I. M. 8, 26; r», 3,17; A. b. H. I, 147,167,193,466; II, -15, 88, 93 sq. To whom and when - is allowed Mu. 12, I09; A. D. 9, 26; Nas. 23, 80, 86, 92, 93; I. M. 8, 26, 27; ns. 3, IS, 36; A. b. H. , 477; 2145. , N°. 13 Muhammad grants the wishes of people who begs in an insolent way Mu. 12, 127, 128. If any, governors must be asked Nas. 23, 92, 93; A. b H. , N°. 889. Continence recommended Mu. 12, 125, 126; A. D. 9, 28. Not to refuse alms Nas 23, 70, 71, 27 CA~R after - Bu.
III, 217. Prohibition of many oaths in - A. b. H. V, 297, 297 sq. , N°. 4 False worldly oath in matters of gives profit but spiritual loss. See OATH. A case of one witness in a matter of - Nas. H, 80. Concluding a contract with mutual consent TiL 12, 27; I. M. 12, 18. Annihilating a with mutual consent A. b. H. II, 536. How to act in cases of difference between seller and purchaser A. D. 22, 72; Tir. 12, 43; Nas. H, 81; J. M. 12, 19; Da. 18,16; Ma. 31, 80; A. b. H. , N°. 399. Prohibition and definition of Mu.
A Handbook of Early Muhammadan Tradition Alphabetically Arranged by A. J. Wensinck