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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fetwa
Literary usage of Fetwa
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"VERBATIM TERMS OF THE fetwa (Sultan's Proclamation of a. ... The fetwa reads as follows: First Question*—If lands of Islam are subjected to attack by ..."
2. The New York Times Current History of the European War (1915)
"The issuance by the Sultan of the fetwa, or proclamation, announcing a ... The wording of the fetwa itself, however, is less fiery in tone than the ..."
3. A Brief History of Turkey by Johannes Blochwitz (1877)
"In order to define the legal stand-point from which these fetwa were issued, ... In the course of time, these fetwa likewise became a formidable weapon ..."
4. The Tanganyika Territory (formerly German East Africa): Characteristics and by Ferdinand Stephen Joelson (1920)
"The great fetwa declaring the Holy War was brought by servants of the Sheik ... Until the 14th November the great fetwa was kept hi that room of the palace ..."
5. Freemason's Magazine, Or General and Complete Library (1795)
""What fetwa of mine !'' cried Basem. " Only," said the man, ... Look you, Sir," turning gravely to the culprit, " we must be paid for our fetwa. ..."
6. Maktoub: A Romance of French North Africa by Matthew Craig (1918)
"I ask that the Khou [Brother] Amor Ben Garrou, our Kateb, find and read for us the last fetwa given in the Djama Kebir of Kairouan, the holy city, ..."