bayyan

bayyan

(baɪˈjɑːn)
n
(Islam) Islam an official declaration
[C21: from Arabic]
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IN 2016, Omer Baloch, father of five-year old Mir Bayyan Baloch with a congenital right upper limb amputation, approached two young engineers to help him get his son a functional artificial hand.
Zohaib Bilal, Bushra Marvi, Sameen Qasim, Bayyan, Shorbanoor and Pepsi Battle of the Bands winner, Kashmir.
The aBnaQJSunday visitors would not be disappointed either, and while the talks were well and good, there were some epic performances by Bayyan, which carried a huge audience along with them and sang covoffs for some all-time favourites.
The detainees were identified as Bayyan Baker, Moneer Baker, mohammed Baker, And Yehya Bahar.
The children -- Rua'a Naser Abdullah Qdeih, Mahmoud Abu A'amera and Bayyan Haniyya -- are students of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) school system, which currently operates 700 schools in the occupied Palestinian territory, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria but is also facing its most severe financial crisis ever.
MP, Rehab Al-Abbouda told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / The House of Representatives voted to approve ( Jassim Mohammed for the Immigration Ministry, Bayyan Nuri as the Minister for Women, Hoshyar Zebari for the financial, Khalid al-Obeidi, the defense and Mohammed Salem Ghaban for the interior, Adil Shirshab for Tourism and Friard Raundozi for Culture, Saman Abdullah as Minister of State and Rose Nuri Shaways deputy Prime Minister.
In another example, the 2007 FOSIS Annual Conference, which Abdulmutallab might well have attended, also featured an impressive collection of Islamist leaders, not least Shaykh Rashid El Ghannouchi, head of the Tunisian Al-Nahda movement, who had previously signed a bayyan calling on the insurgency in Iraq to maintain its "honorable resistance" against "the filth of occupation." (112) The declaration had received national press coverage at the time.
(36.) Zindani signed a 2004 International Union for Muslim Scholars' bayyan in support of the Iraq insurgency in his capacity as the head of the Shurah Committee of Islah.
The bus was registered with Bahrain-based Mohammed Abdul Rahman Hakkim, who operates the Al Bayyan Hajj and Umrah
He credits Royal Bayyan, an associate of the group Kool & the Gang, with introducing him to the craft of record production and teaching him the nuances of sound engineering and writing.
In Hebron, forces brutally beat up the family of Bayyan al-Asili , 16, who was shot and killed by a female soldier at a checkpoint in central Hebron earlier Saturday.
Local sources informed WAFA that an Israeli female soldier opened gunfire at Bayyan al-Isaili, 16, after she allegedly carried out a stabbing attack against a female soldier at an Israeli military checkpoint to the east of the city of Hebron, killing her instantly.