By Yefet ben Eli (Abū ʽAlī al-Ḥasan ibn ʽAlī al-Lāwī al-Baṣrī), D.S. Margoliouth
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Bow down to it its height sixty cubits, that they might see it from a distance and He did not set it up before collecting the people then sent and brought the people from all the cities of the from every quarter. the world would have been desolated and the place could not have contained them either. Those who came must have left substitutes to keep their to it. He places till they returned. He tells us that when they were summoned they came and did not disobey which fact, by itself, shewed their allegiance to him.
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. 8). e. God will divert it from thee for a time, as he diverted the disaster in the time of Hezekiah.
They sought, he says, for an error, but could not find one. Error or mischief: wrong done in reference 'error' means oppression of the subjects. 'Mischief,' to the king, or wasting the revenue. 5. Despairing of finding a means of attack on the side of the king, they thought they would attain their will in respect of him in the matter of the worship of his LORD. Their object and intention therein was not to endeavour to shew that he neglected any of his religious duties, but of another sort. 7-9.
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