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Gambia accused Husayn, a major food importer, of profiteering.
163-90) on the way these and other mystics, such as Mas'ud Bakk and Miran Ji Husayn Khudanama, incorporated his mystical ideas in their works.
The zanjeer zani, a five-bladed implement, is used in the Ashura ceremony, which commemorates the death of Husayn, the grandson of the Prophet Mohammed and a central figure in the Shia faith.
For a useful survey of scientific exegesis, see Muhammad Husayn al-Dhahabi, al-Tafsir wa'l-Mufassirun, 3 vols.
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.
14) In addition, on April 27th Mir'ah al-Gharb interviewed survivor Nasal" Qasim Abu-Al-Muna, who verified the names and death of two relatives who had traveled with him: 18-year-old Farid Qasim Husayn Abd al-Khaliq and 11-year-old Husayn Mahmud Husayn.
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.
It is interesting to note that Marr's paper is premised on the precept of Saddam Husayn [sic] being "unseated" by whatever "means" it may take, and moreover on "regime replacement" to be undertaken by the "U.
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?
First, his notion that the Qur'an presents a unique literary genre in itself, a notion that is adopted by Taha Husayn (1889-1973) when he declares that the Qur'an is neither poetry nor prose; it is Qur'an.
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.