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Ka'b b. Zuahir
author of the famous panegyric on Muhammad.
were saved from being forgotten.
The remains of ancient Arabian poetry were RESCUED FROM OBLIVION.
Hammad Al-Rawiah
famous rhapsodist of Persian descent.
He began to desire solitude MOST OF ALL
above all things eles.
In estimating the character of the Umayyads one must bear in mind taht ...
the epitaph of the fallend dynastywas written by their enemies.
the .....which Tacitus has drawn of the Emperor ...
lurid picture

Tiberius
Although .... and other biograhpers of Muammad have argued that Islam was ...for the Arabs alone, and made no ... ... ... ...,
Muir
designed
claim for universal acceptance
their assertion is contradicted by the ... ... of the Koran itself.
unequivocal testimony
The time had now come when his splendid dream was to be, ... ... ..., to fulfilled. [Adv]
in large measure
The great wars of conquest were inspired by the Prophet's ... ... and justified by ... ...
missionary zeal
his example
Pious duty coincided with ... ... ...
reasons of state
Mu'awia was a ... ...
crafty diplomatist
Mu'awia's ... was proverbial, though he too could be stern ... ... [Adv]
clemency
on occasion
He gave them ... ... and entertainment and was anxious to YOLABBI HAJATHAOM.
honouralb lodging
do what they asked
they used to address him in the rudest terms and ... him in the ... ...
affront
vilest manner
sometimes he would answer them ... ... ... [Adv] and another time he would ... not to hear.
with a jest.
feign.
Sometimes he would answer them with a jest, and ... ... [adv] he would feign not to hear,
another time
Sometimes he would answer them with a jest, and ... ... [adv] he would feign not to hear, and he always dismissed them BIHIBAT SAKHIYYAH
with ample donations.
Mu'awiya, annoyed by the contemptuous allusion to himself, ... ... ... ... ...
took the dame at her word.
Mu'awiah was a crafty diplomatist- he has been well compared to Richeilieu- whose profound knowledge of human nature enalbed him to gain over men of ... ... in all the parties opposed to him.
moderate opinions
Mu'awiah was a crafty diplomatist- he has been ... ... to Richeilieu- whose profound knowledge of human nature enalbed him to gain over men of moderate opinions in all the parties opposed to him. Events were soon to prove the hollowness of their outward reconciliation
well compared
Mu'awia was a crafty diplomatist- he has been well compared to Richeilieu- whose ... ... of human nature enalbed him to gain over men of moderate opinions in all the parties opposed to him. Events were soon to prove the hollowness of their outward reconciliation
profound knowledge
Events were soon to prove the ... of their outward reconciliation
hollowness
Evernts were ... ... ... prove the hollowness of their outward reconciliation
were soon to
Mu'awia was a ... ...
crafty diplomatist
Mua'wiah has been well compared to
Richeilieu
His profound knowledge of human nature enalbed him to ... ... men of moderate opinions in all the parties opposed to him. Events were soon to prove the hollowness of their outward reconciliation
gain over
His profound knowledge of human nature enalbed him to gain overmen of moderate opinions in all the parties ... ... ...
opposed to him.
Events were soon to prove the hollowness of their ...
outward reconciliation