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  1. Absorption of Islamic Christians under Mu’awiyah
  2. After-effects of the Failed Attempts at Jewish Independence
  3. Appendix A: Joseph Schwartz quote on Shallum ben Hushiel (Salmaan Farsi)
  4. Appendix I. Gates of Prayer
  5. Appendix II. Linguistic Derivations
  6. Appendix III. Islamic and Rabbinic Prayer
  7. Appendix V. Islamic and Rabbinic Prayer Times
  8. Appendix VI. Correspondence between Islamic and Rabbinic Prayer
  9. Belisarius' encounter with the Hajj, eighty years before the rise of Islam, 541 CE
  10. Bending at the Waist until the Knees (בריכה) Hebrew breikhah, Arabic ruku
  11. Bibliography
  12. Caliph 'Umar, Started the Muslim Calendar, 639 CE
  13. Changing of the Qiblah
  14. Christian followers antagonistic to Jewish followers of the Prophet
  15. Commutation of a sacred for a secular month
  16. Concluding Remarks
  17. Conclusion
  18. Conquest and Disaster at Jerusalem
  19. Conquest and Victory at Jerusalem
  20. Correspondence between Islamic Calendar and its Jewish Counterpart
  21. Death of the Prophet, Abu Bakr's Appointment, and Shallum's Rebellion
  22. Declaration of Cyrus 538BCE
  23. Declaration of Jewish Independence, first in Persia then Arabia
  24. Fading into Mysticism, the last Messiahs
  25. Feet touching (רגל אחת)
  26. Folding hands in prayer
  27. Formal Public Prayer: The Shemonah Esrei
  28. From the Hasmonean Priest-Monarchs to Herod's Judeo-Arab Kingdom
  29. Full Prostration (השתחויה) Hebrew Hishtakhaweh, Arabic Sajda
  30. Giving Shalom and three steps back (עשה שלום) Hebrew Oseh Shalom, Arabic Salaamu 'alaikum
  31. Halachic Rulings and Modern Practice
  32. Heman ben Shallum (Abdullah Ibn Saba)
  33. Hussein's attempt to recreate the Prophet's entry into Medinah
  34. Intercalation, adding an extra month
  35. Intercalation and Commutation prohibited by the Qur’an, 631 CE
  36. Jerusalem and the Temple, attempts at restoration
  37. Jewish roots
  38. Khalif 'Ali' Attempts to bring back "authentic" Islam
  39. Khalif 'Umar's Selection of Rabbinic Judaism as "true" Judaism
  40. Kneeling (כריעה) Hebrew Kri`ah, Arabic Qu’ud sitting
  41. My Support
  42. Nehemiah ben Hushiel and The Jewish Crusade
  43. Origin of the Druze
  44. Origins of the Jewish Exilarch
  45. Partial Prostration: getting down on hands and knees and face (קידה), Hebrew Qidah, Arabic Sajda
  46. Phocas and the Final Persian-Roman War
  47. Preface
  48. Prohibition to prostrate on stone floors (outside the Temple)
  49. Prostration after the Destruction of the Temple
  50. Qida as a preparation for Hishtakhaweh

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