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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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Joyo was later appointed to teach at Sindh Madressa.
The printing press was based on the ground floor of the Madressa Arcade at 137 Grey Street.
They presented that this was a favourable occasion to establish a Madressa or College, and Mudgid O'din the fittest person to form and preside in it.
Particularly if; 1) you are a woman and you don't wear hijab; 2) if you do not congregate at the Muslim get-togethers; 3) if your kids do not go to the madressa or if you are not part of an active Muslim organisation.
I shall omit its landmarks, its beauty, its filth, its magnificent gardens, its monuments both historical and otherwise, its wonderful residents both the housed and the squatters, the joys of Ajmeri and Madressa Arcades, Manjera's, the trees and flowers and so much more.
P, Islamia College Peshawar and the Sindh Madressa Karachi, equally.
Children at the Madressa Islamia mosque in Alexandra Road came up with the idea when they realised that Eid would be celebrated only two days before Christmas this year.
As one working-class Ithna Asheri woman, Jamila Jaffer, remarked, "Africans do not come to our mosque, madressa [religious school], or halls.
We are also running various madressa," he concluded.
The madressa students appear to be the backbone of the movement, which is led by Mullah Omar--a former mujahedin fighter during the Soviet occupation.
Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan (JUP) took out rally from Madressa Ghousia which was led by Mufti Mohammad Ibrahim Qadri, Musharraf Mehmood Qadri and others.
It was you who called for talks with the Taliban, and it was you who gave funds to a madressa.