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"A Rangar on a black mare has gone down the pass ahead of you in a hurry," they told him at Ali Masjid.
So he left Ali Masjid at the head of a motley procession that grew noisier and more confident every hour.
The Jama Masjid is on the north side, but not on the river bank.
Entering by the west (or Akcha) gate, one passes under three arches, which are probably the remnants of a former Jama Masjid.
Etymologically it is no doubt identical with masjid, mezquita, mosque.
(Dec. 8th continued) Marching on that evening, we dismounted at Al-masjid.
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Beyond it you shall know what she knows about Ali Masjid and your brother's head!
They trapped your brother outside Ali Masjid with fifty of his men.
They offer prayers in a masjid of their own, separate from other Muhammadans, and do not intermarry with the rest.
He did not draw rein until it was nearly time for the Pass to begin narrowing and humping upward to the narrow gut at Ali Masjid.

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