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The edict comes after a chain of decisions that are new to the conservative kingdom.
He also issued another edict amending provisions of the law determining salaries and benefits and prescribing conditions for their entitlement for employees who are subject to the Civil Service Law.
Ass Curse Images on Buddhist Rock Edicts and Copper-plate Inscriptions
He accomplished the task through a series of edicts inscribed on rocks and pillars all over the empire.
The second edict deals with naming the relevant administrative body and the minister for societies, places of accommodations, cultural and social clubs for foreign communities which are established by private authorities and companies, as well as the private institutions including defining their scopes.
IV) Scripts (tehreer):Excluding the Major Rock Edict - VII, composed in Kharoshti, popularly read by the Central Asian inhabitants, remaining i.
This has led to a debate as to who can or should be able to issue a fatwa amid an increase in the number of unconventional edicts that have confused, and at times incited Muslims.
A dissident Saudi cleric said yesterday that a religious edict he made denouncing Muslims who support US-led strikes on Afghanistan as 'infidels' echoed popular sentiment in the Islamic world.
THE Bangladesh High Court has ruled that fatwas (religious edicts issued by Muslim clergy) are illegal.
The Catholic church's adamant refusal to revise the edicts of Humanae Vitae is comprehensible only when we realize and accept that the church's dogma of infallibility must be preserved at any cost to preserve the institution of the papacy.
6 (BNA): His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa issued four edicts today appointing 19 directors at the Interior Ministry and governorates.
Seen in this light, the religious edict of 1788 and others of Woellner's edicts were perfectly in harmony with the Prussian Enlightenment, as their limits on religion by the state flattered the social distinction that the "enlightened" had acquired for themselves.