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Ji. this, their real their in order that object, : Then they said to him, their counsel nor accepted it, nor set his signature. ' They included in their phrase that to every man than their the followers of every religion, not confining the law to religions other a stroke of policy, to make it apply to Daniel. They appointed own ; for the space of thirty days, to utmost space for which they could it make last it long; that being with them the remain without worship of their deity. Had that not been allowed by their religion, he would not have enacted it.
The ocean. And after it from it these four animals. Apparently he must have stirred, there rose dream that he was standing on the sea-shore till the animals rose. Then he begins to describe them one by one. 4-8. We must explain why these kingdoms are compared to animals, so that fancied in the sometimes they are compared to horses (Zech. vi. i), which are domestic animals and similarly infra the king of Persia is compared to a ram, and the king of Greece to a goat. In my opinion he (Zechariah) compared the four kingdoms to horses, because they are used in war since, therefore, each of these kingdoms was at war with some other, he compared them to horses.
The words shewing mercy to the poor refer to hard-heartedness on his part towards the 24. 35) by ; ; weak : by whom some have thought that the weak Israelite nation is intended, since apparently he was more furious against them than any others. Now these are two great offences committed by unbelievers for which God punishes in this world thus ; he destroyed the generation of the Flood on their account (Gen. vi. 13), and so too Sodom and Gomorrah, and so too the people of Nineveh till they repented (Jonah iii.
A Commentary on the Book of Daniel by Jephet Ibn Ali the Karaite by Yefet ben Eli (Abū ʽAlī al-Ḥasan ibn ʽAlī al-Lāwī al-Baṣrī), D.S. Margoliouth