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Mohammedan

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Mohammedanism:

see MuslimMuslim
[Arab.,=one who surrenders (himself to God), an agent form of the verb of which Islam is a verbal noun], one who has embraced Islam, a follower of Muhammad. The form Moslem is also common in English; the term Mussulman is now rarely used.
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 and IslamIslam
, [Arab.,=submission to God], world religion founded by the Prophet Muhammad. Founded in the 7th cent., Islam is the youngest of the three monotheistic world religions (with Judaism and Christianity). An adherent to Islam is a Muslim [Arab.,=one who submits].
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New Delhi [India], March 13 ( ANI ): Century-old Mohammedan Sporting Club will play host to Jamshedpur FC Reserves when the second Division I-League 2017-18 will kick off at the Barasat Stadium near Kolkata on Wednesday.
Mohammedan club official Wasim Khan felt an inform batsman coming in to the team would help their side.
The PCB, however, cleared him of any wrongdoing and issued him an NOC, following which he signed up with Mohammedan to participate in Bangladesh's List-A tournament.
It was in consequence of this that the All India Muslim League was formed at Dhaka on December 30, 1906 at a meeting of the All India Mohammedan Educational Conference presided over by Nawab Viqar-ul-Mulk on a motion of Nawab Salimullah for the purpose of protecting the political and other interests of Muslims of British India.
One of the largest photos is from August 29, 1948, where members of the Lithuanian Tatar Society - by then, the American Mohammedan Society - pose alongside the United American Mohammedan Friends Inc.
Similarly, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan had earlier established Mohammedan Anglo Oriental College.
Matches involving top four, Usha, Mohammedan Sporting, Abahani and Mariner, attracted vociferous crowds of around 5,000.
Upon arrival, they began organising themselves as the Lithuanian Tartar Society (later known as the American Mohammedan Society), and like Muslims the world over they quickly set up a mosque.
Of the monuments listed in the authoritative book ' List of Mohammedan and Hindu monuments in Delhi', 174 are protected by ASI and 238 by Department of Archaeology, Delhi.
The 128-page book falls in several chapters, including "Khadija the Mother of the Faithful who was the most knowledgeable person about the significance of Prophet Mohammed (PBUH)", "Divine revelation as clue of Mohammedan perfection", "Preference among prophets and messengers according to preference of their missions", "Analytic insights into the divine revelations, including verification of hadith related to "respecting familial bonds", "the income of poor breadwinners", "hosting one's guest", and "refunding of entrusted items".
WITH marriage settlements in the news, the Supreme Court having just ruled that aggrieved divorcees can now seek more money from former husbands found to have lied about their wealth, it was fascinating to read in the autobiography Goodbye To All That by Robert Graves about the divorce rights for Mohammedan women in Egypt in the 1920s.
The 5th JFVA winners included the Domulot family of Zambales, whose work focused on uplifting and solidifying the lives of Aeta tribes; the Tiosan family of Rizal, who are dedicated to the employment and self-sufficiency of the blind; the Mambuay family of Misamis Oriental, who have always sought peaceful ways to inculcate unity between the Christian and Mohammedan faith; the Rojas family of Quezon City, for giving a new voice to cancer survivors; and the Pena family of Cavite, for empowering people with Autism.