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The chairman does not know or have any relations with Husayn Ali Faour, who was also named by the U.
Members of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and other Iraqi Shi'a groups--such as the Brigades of the Prince of Martyrs (Kataib Sayyid al-Shuhada),the Imam Husayn Brigade, the God's Soldiers Brigade, and the Brigade of Ammar bin Yasir--are also reportedly active militarily inside Syria.
It also said that Ghassan Muhammad Amin Husayn alRawi, a militant in al-Zarqawi's group who was captured on April 26, had provided intelligence that had helped lead to the raids.
And while the three children who went with Mariam to Baghdad, Husayn, 18, Mohammed, 16, and Kawther, 13, are settling well, Mariam is constantly aware of the danger to westerners in the Iraqi capital.
Another leading figure, Emad Husayn Abdullah al-Ani - the man accused of being the mastermind behind Saddam's nerve agent programme - turned himself in to US forces.
most Americans), why should the bloody conflict between Yazid the son of Mu'awiyyah and Muhammad's grandson Husayn mean any more than the later quarrel between Emperor Henry IV and Pope Gregory VII?
Among others whose works and thought are studied in this volume are Butrus Al Bustani, Shidyaq, Marrash, Adib Ishaq, Qasim Amin, Farah Antun, Shumayyil, Zaydan, Abd Al Raziq, Lutfi Al Sayyid, Kawakibi, Salama Musa, Kurd' Ali, Rihani, and Taha Husayn.
Moreover, the Karshes err in certain places: Husayn did not assume the caliphate at the outbreak of the revolt, but only in 1924, and the organization that they refer to as the Syrian Decentralization Party was known as the Ottoman Decentralization Party, a name that much more accurately reflected its aims.
The Shiite branch of Islam, reports Sullivan, begins the Muslim year with a commemoration called ta'ziyah, a passion play that recalls the death of Husayn, son of the fourth caliph, 'Ali.
As formally acknowledged in a letter by the President of the Security Council to the Iraqi Permanent Representative to the United Nations five days later, Baghdad officially communicated, in the form of a four-and-a-half-page statement by Iraqi Foreign Minister Ahmad Husayn and delivered to the Secretary General of the United Nations and to the President of the Security Council, its acceptance of the terms of Resolution 687 on 6 April 1991.
The first was the initial phase of state formation between 1916 and 1925, when Ibn Saud, founder of the Saudi Kingdom, used tribal disputes to undermine the power of his main rivals, particularly King Husayn of the Hijaz, and attain political and military supremacy.