Abd al-Rahman

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Abd al-Rahman.

For Muslim rulers thus named, use Abd ar-Rahman.
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A Sufi master of Nishapur and Shafi'i traditionalist and historian, Abu 'Abd al-Rahman al-Sulami (d.
The chronological narrative is divided into six parts, subdivided into chapters with evocative titles, often drawn from Arabic lore, such as "The Falcon of the Quraysh" (Abd al-Rahman I).
On 8 February, Sudanese security forces fired teargas and beat worshippers attempting to stage a peaceful demonstration after Friday prayers at the Al-Sayed Abd al-Rahman al-Mahdi Mosque in Wahd Nubbawi neighbourhood of Omdurman.
During her opening monologue, TV host Dana Abu Shamsiya praised in the highest terms Abd Al-Rahman Abu Jamal, a Palestinian from Jerusalem who stabbed the four policemen.
In addition, Nuaymi provided "financial support to a charity headed by Yemen-based Abd al-Wahhab Muhammad 'Abd al-Rahman al-Humayqani, who channeled funding to al-Qa'ida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP)." Tamimy went to Doha to receive instructions from Nuaymi and a fund worth $700,000.
Legal and Legislative Affairs Committee with the membership of Rashid bin Hamad al-Meadadi, Nasser bin Rashid al-Kaabi, Nasser bin Khalil al-Jaida, Abd Ul-Rahman bin Yousuf al-Khulaifi, Mohamed bin Abd Ulla al-Abd al-Ghani, Dr Aisha bint Yousuf al-Saleh bin Abd Ulla al-Mannai, Abd al-Latif bin Mohamed al-Sada and Dr Hend bint Abd al-Rahman al-Muftah.
Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi (R) and his deputy Abd Al-Rahman Al-Qaduli.
Abd al-Rahman ibn Khaldun, the well known historian and thinker from Muslim 14th-century North Africa, is considered a forerunner of original theories in social sciences and philosophy of history, as well as the author of original views in economics, prefiguring modern contributions.
OFAC designated the six individuals - Ermias Ghermay, Musab Abu Grein, Abd al-Rahman Milad, Mohamed Koshlaf, Abd al-Razzak Fitwi, and Ahmed Dabbashi - pursuant to Executive Order (E.O.) 13726, which targets actions threatening the peace, security, or stability of Libya.
The outlawed Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group's supreme guide, Mohamed Badie, and many of its most prominent members, such as Mohamed El-Beltagy, Essam Al-Eryan, Abd Al-Rahman Al-Bar, and Osama Yasin, are among the defendants involved in the case alongside the independent photojournalist Mahmoud Abu Zeid, known as Shawkan, as well as others.
In addition, all TFTC Member States also designated Nayif Salih Salim al-Qaysi, Abd al-Wahhab Muhammad Abd al-Rahman al-Humayqani, Hashim Muhsin Aydarus al-Hamid, and Yemeni Rahmah Charitable Organization, all of whom were previously designated (under the sanctions)," the Treasury department statement said.