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ALI

Abbreviation for:
acute limb ischaemia
acute lung injury
Adult Learning Inspectorate (Medspeak-UK)
atypical lymphocytic infiltrate
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The methodology comprised careful reading of Quranic Verses in the context of this paper and an in-depth study of a seminal order issued, during his Caliphate, by Ali ibn Abi Talib to governor-designate of Egypt.
Al Noor Masjid, Masjid Ali ibn Abi Talib, Al Salmh Musalla, Masjid of
The cemetery holds the graves of many Islamic prophets, and is located near the Shrine of Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib, the top holiest figure for Shiite Muslims.
The Sacred Foundations of Justice in Islam: The Teachings of Ali ibn Abi Talib is an anthology of scholarly essays by learned authors (including two by prize-winning scholar Seyyed Hossein Nasr) discussing the teachings of the first Shia Imam (the fourth Caliph of Sunni Islam, and one of the forefathers of Sufism) that contemplate those foundations of human governance that transcend the mundane realities of life.
Los eventos, muy resumidos, ocurrieron asi: Uzman, el tercer califa ortodoxo--y tio de Mucawiya--fue asesinado en 656, le sucedio en el califato cAli ibn Abi Talib, primo y yerno de Mahoma, pero quien es acusado como el responsable por la muerte de su predecesor.
Muslim-Christian polemic during the Crusades; the letter from the people of Cyprus and Ibn Abi Talib al-Dimashqi's response.
Known as the Shias, they were followers of Mohammed's charismatic son-in-law, Ali ibn Abi Talib (AD 600-661).
After the Prophet Mohammad's death, Muslims split into followers of Caliph Abu Bakr and those who supported Mohammad's closest relative, his son-in-law Ali Ibn Abi Talib.
Se caso con un primo de Mahoma llamado Ali ibn Abi Talib.
During the Battle of Siffin, the opponents of Ali Ibn Abi Talib (May Allah be pleased with him), the Prophet Muhammad's nephew, demanded that the dispute be resolved by resorting to the Qur'an as an arbitrator.
The text he offers as evidence is a speech about the inferiority of women by Caliph Ali Ibn Abi Talib made after he defeated in battle Aisha, one of the Prophet's wives.
The entire community in Madinah, including numerous eminent Companions such as Ali ibn Abi Talib, willingly went along with this plan, and no objections were voiced.