Hatita

Hatita

(hăt`ĭtə, hātī`–), in the Bible, family that returned from the Exile.
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The Syrian army also regained control of Deir Al-Assafir-Zobdin road in the Northwestern parts of Hatita Al-Jarsh town also in Eastern Ghouta.
(8) Abdul Sattar Hatita, "Free Syrian Army Reject Jihadists Help," Asharq al-Awsat, February 23, 2012.
In this regard the merchant should believe in his heart that whenever he obtained a profit of one dinar, for instance, then one half dinar of it was due to his magnanimity, whether in the weighing (wazn), or in accepting monetary payment (naqd), or in gifting (hiba) to his intermediary (wasita), or in his price reduction (hatita); for the buyer's mental attitude is in the mode of anticipating the merchant's magnanimity.