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ALI

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acute limb ischaemia
acute lung injury
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atypical lymphocytic infiltrate
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A palavra "shua" significa partidario, seguidor, logo todos os xiitas sao partidarios do imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib. A divisao entre xiitas e sunitas ocorreu apos a morte de Muhammad, com a questao da sucessao na lideranca da comunidade islamica.
Research emphasis in this paper is that Holy Quran's policy guidelines and Ali ibn Abi Talib's explanation of the Holy Quran in the context of management and governance are related to the contemporary emphasis on business ethics, equity, corporate social responsibility, and welfare of stakeholders that undergird successful modern management and good governance practices in the realm of corporate, local and national governance alike.
Al Noor Masjid, Masjid Ali ibn Abi Talib, Al Salmh Musalla, Masjid of
"Researchers and Historians have written that the scribes of revelation were Ali ibn Abi Talib, Zayd ibn Thabit and Zayd ibn Arqam.
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.
Imilchil - HM King Mohammed VI, Commander of the Faithful, gave his instructions to the Minister of Endowments and Islamic Affairs for the construction of a new mosque in place of the Al Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib mosque in the eastern high Atlas Mountains region of Imilchil.
The best example of Mehar is certainly that of Fatima daughter of Prophet Mohammed (MPBH)who had inquired from Ali Ibn Abi Talib as to what he has for the payment of Mehar of Fatima?
7-13) presents the argument that the Quaran is the repository of all knowledge, supported with hadiths from Ibn Mas'ud, 'Ali ibn Abi Talib and Ja'far alSadiq (in that order).
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. The division was formalised following the deaths in 661 AD of Imam Ali and his son, Imam Hussein 19 years later - both at the hands of Sunnis, in what is still regarded as a treachery by Shiite community.
Ali.- Ali ibn Abi Talib era primo de Mahoma, se caso con la hija menor de Mahoma, Fatima.
everyone searches for his view in the Holy Book." 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.