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" secured by conforming to the religion of Islam, since God's sword was drawn from the scabbard and the whip of punishment was uplifted. He came forth, therefore, with ten thousand men, who all proclaimed their anxiety for conversion and their rejection... "
Statistical, descriptive and historical account of the North-western ... - Page 84
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The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The ..., Volume 2

John Dowson - India - 1869
...for his life, which was forfeited under the law of God. So he reflected that his safety would best be secured by conforming to the religion of Islam, since God's sword was drawn from 1 [" Janki," marginal note in Dehli Edn.] ' S. do Sacy calls him "Khabli-ben-Schami." Firishta says,...
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Islam and Christianity in India and the Far East

Elwood Morris Wherry - Christianity and other religions - 1907 - 237 pages
...for his life, which was forfeited under the law of God. So he reflected that his safety would best be secured by conforming to the religion of Islam, since...anxiety for conversion, and their rejection of idols." 1S A similar course was pursued by many chiefs, adding 13 Elliot's History of India, vol. ii. pp. 42,...
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Islam and Christianity in India and the Far East

Elwood Morris Wherry - Christianity and other religions - 1907 - 237 pages
...for his life, which was forfeited under the law of God. So he reflected that his safety would best be secured by conforming to the religion of Islam, since...anxiety for conversion, and their rejection of idols." 1$ A similar course was pursued by many chiefs, adding " Blllot'8 History of India, vol. 11. pp. 42,...
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History of India: The Mohammedan period as described by its own historians ...

Romesh Chunder Dutt, Stanley Lane-Poole, Vincent Arthur Smith, Sir Henry Miers Elliot, Sir William Wilson Hunter, Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall - India - 1907
...that his safety would best be secured by conforming to the religion of Islam, since the sword of God was drawn from the scabbard and the whip of punishment...uplifted. He came forth, therefore, with ten thousand men, all of whom proclaimed their anxiety for conversion and their rejection of idols. God confirmed the...
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History of India, Volumes 5-6

Abraham Valentine Williams Jackson - India - 1907
...that his safety would best be secured by conforming to the religion of Islam, since the sword of God was drawn from the scabbard and the whip of punishment...uplifted. He came forth, therefore, with ten thousand men, all of whom proclaimed their anxiety for conversion and their rejection of idols. God confirmed the...
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