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The translation provided in the abridged edition of Tafsir Ibn Kathir published by Darussalam, is as follows:
Umar bin Al-Khattab stood up on the Minbar of the Messenger of Allah ﷺ
and said, 'O people! Why do you exaggerate concerning the dowry given
to women? The Messenger of Allah ﷺ and his Companions used to pay up
to four hundred Dirhams for a dowry, or less than that. Had paying
more for a dowry been a part of Taqwa or an honor, you would not have
led them in this practice. Therefore, I do not want to hear about a
man who pays more than four hundred Dirhams for a dowry.'
He then went down the Minbar, but a woman from Quraysh said to him, 'O
Leader of the Faithful! You prohibited people from paying more than
four hundred Dirhams in a dowry for women?'
He said, 'Yes.'
She said, 'Have you not heard what Allah sent down in the Qur'an?'
He said, 'Which part of it?'
She said, 'Have you not heard Allah's statement:
وآتيتم إحداهن قنطارا
And you have given one of them a Qintar
— Quran 4:20
He said, 'O Allah! Forgive me...'
He then went back and stood up on the Minbar saying, 'I had prohibited
you from paying more than four hundred Dirhams in a dowry for women.
So, let everyone pay what he likes from his money.'