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Salaba - Crucified

Salaba - Crucified

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The articles on this website may be reproduced freely as long as the following source reference is provided:
Joseph A Islam
 www.quransmessage.com
 
Salamun Alaikum (Peace be upon you)
 
UNDERSTANDING THE QURANIC TERM 'SALABA'
 
Copyright © 2009 Joseph A Islam: Article last modified 6th December 2011
Crucifixion is a method in which an individual is put to death by a slow, painful manner of executionby tying one to a large wooden cross or being left to hang till death. The Arabic
'salaba' 
 
means toput to
death
by crucifixion, or to put to
death
in any well-known manner of 
killing.
REFERENCE A:
 
[4] LANE. E.W, Edward Lanes Lexicon, Williams and Norgate 1863; Librairie du Liban Beirut-Lebanon 1968, Volume 4,Page 1711
 
Highlights marked in red on the lexicon excerpt are my own insertions. They have no bearing on the original text other thanthey emphasise relevance to the topic at hand. These are merely illustrations and have solely been utilised for educationaland explanatory purposes.
 
 
 
REFERENCE B:
 
[6] OMAR, A M, Dictionary of the Holy Quran, Arabic Words - English Meanings, Noor Foundation - International Inc,First Edition May 24, 2003, Reprint used February 26 2010, Page 318
 
 
The highlight marked in red on the lexicon excerpt is my own insertion. It has no bearing on the original text other than itemphasises relevance to the topic at hand. It is merely an illustration and has solely been utilised for educational andexplanatory purposes.
 
REFERENCE C:
 
[1] WEHR. H, A Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic, Edited by J.Milton Cowan, 3rd Edition, Spoken Languages ServicesInc. 1976, Page 521
 
Highlights marked in red on the lexicon excerpt are my own insertions. They have no bearing on the original text other thanthey emphasise relevance to the topic at hand. These are merely illustrations and have solely been utilised for educationaland explanatory purposes.
 
REFERENCE D:
 
[3] AL MAWRID - A Modern Arabic-English Dictionary. Dr. Rohi Baalbaki, Dar El-Ilm Lilmalayin, Seventh Edition 1995,Page 699
 

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