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madrasah

A theological school, generally arranged around a courtyard, from the 11th cent. A.D. on, in Anatolia, Persia, and Egypt.
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This seminary has produced hundreds of Ulema and it has the honour that Qadianis were declared non-Muslims in former Bahawalpur State in 1935 and this case (Muqadama-e- Bahawalpur) was started from this Madressa in 1926.
"For folks questioning my sanity: this was the madressa that was hit.
Indian media was allegedly associating Jamia Masjid Subhan Allah and Madressa Al-Sabir with the training centres of Jaesh-e-Mohammad (JEM), he added.
Arif Alvi further stated that Sindh Madressa tul Islam holds high reverence for being the alma mater of Quaid-e-Azam and the Quaid had special affiliation with it.He said that father of the nation Quaid-e-Azam is an epitome of leadership for the youth.
However, in Pakistan these are regulated and governed by sectarian organizations and their boards are sect oriented, each madressa now has adopted a particular sectarian line.
M Razak, two storey rear extension, Jamir |Nur Quaran Madressa, 80 The Crescent, Ravensthorpe, Dewsbury.
Subject to above all my residuary estate including the corpus that may fall after the lapse of life interests or otherwise to be divided into three parts and I bequeath One part to Aligarh University One Part to Islamia College Peshawar and One Part to Sindh Madressa of Karachi.
(1.) The inner ceremonies depicted in figures 7-9 were photographed for the UNESCO Parzor Project with full permission from the priests of the Athornan Mandal Committee at the madressa in Dadar, Mumbai.
So far, the stakeholders in this prime projects include Judicial Academy, Aga Khan University, Newports Institute of Communications and Economics, Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology, Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation, Barrett Hodgson - Salim Habib Foundation, Sindh Madressa Board's Quaid-e-Azam Public School, Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology, Ziauddin University, and Habib Foundation
Mir Mehboob Ali Talpur (Local MPA), Maulana Mohsin Medavi (Principal of a nearby situated madressa, Daneshgah-e-Jafaria), Maulana Shabeih Raza (of Incholi, Karachi, along with Dr.
The printing press was based on the ground floor of the Madressa Arcade at 137 Grey Street.