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madrassah:

see madrasamadrasa
or madrassah,
in Islamic countries, a school, historically usually one devoted to higher education in religious studies, but the term may refer to any school.
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The madrassah administrator, Al Hajj Muhammad Hassani, is in Saudi Arabia to perform the annual Hajj pilgrimage.
Sub-Divisional Canal Officer Riaz Ahmad said that the tortured officials were admitted to hospital, while a case had been registered at Madrassah police station against the six men, who had been arrested.
These competencies are just as relevant for madrassah graduates as for university graduates.
Agent Mohammed Zulfiqar said: "The application site is to be used by the client Shah Jalal Masjid and Madrassah for the purpose of a replacement mosque.
SSP Hyderabad took notice of the viral video which captured the madrassah teacher, identified as Shabbir Ahmed s/o Ghulam Hussain, beating up students who had come to learn the Holy Quran in a mosque situated within limits of the Cantt Police Station.
He said the IDCLC also engaged some students from the local madrassah in the tree plantation in the greenbelt of D-12/4.
Police officers engaged in running battles with madrassah students and other youth who joined the protest.One protester was arrested at the Catholic Church, confirmed Marsabit OCS Charles Mwangi.
The Department for Education has described the allegations against the madrassah in Dewsbury as "serious" and says it is inappropriate to comment at the moment.
The Deoband Madrassah Movement: Countercultural Trends and Tendencies
The training equipment was transferred under the "Madrassah - vocational training in rural areas" project, which was launched in October 2014 with the support of madrasah students in obtaining a secular profession.
Before his 2011 arrest, the imam at a Miami mosque, Khan also started a religious school, or a madrassah, in Pakistan's Swat Valley and the madrassah was closed for a time by Pakistan's government as an alleged hideout for Taliban fighters, though it later reopened, the report further said.
But it identified concerns about what the East End Madrassah was doing.