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Is the part "as being connected with the faith of Mahomet" describing "it" as in "dislike to use it"?

" the latter also dislike to use it, as being connected with the faith of Mahomet."

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...the latter dislikes using it in association with the faith in Mahomet.

...the latter dislikes using it as a connection to the faith of Mahomet.

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fire1Is the part "as being connected with the faith of Mahomet" describing "it" as in "dislike to use it"?

No. It's giving a reason for "dislike". When was this published? In 1824? Emotion: smile

fire1the latter also dislike to use it, as being connected with the faith of Mahomet

~ Christians dislike saying that greeting because of its association with Islam.

(paraphrased in present-day English)

[ On the other hand, I greet Sonia, who works at a local deli and is originally from Palestine (and Christian to boot), with exactly the same words. Emotion: big smile ]

CJ