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u·le·ma

or u·la·ma  (o͞o′lə-mä′)
pl.n.
Muslim scholars trained in Islam and Islamic law.

[Turkish 'ulemā, from Arabic 'ulamā', wise men, pl. of 'ālim, wise, learned, active participle of 'alima, to know; see ʕlm in Semitic roots.]

ulema

(ˈuːlɪmə)
n
(Islam) a variant of ulama1

'u•la•ma

or u•le•ma

(ˈu ləˌmɑ)

n.pl.
the body of scholars who are authorities on Muslim religion and law.
[1680–90; < Arabic ‘ulamā learned men]
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Noun1.ulema - the body of Mullahs (Muslim scholars trained in Islam and Islamic law) who are the interpreters of Islam's sciences and doctrines and laws and the chief guarantors of continuity in the spiritual and intellectual history of the Islamic communityulema - the body of Mullahs (Muslim scholars trained in Islam and Islamic law) who are the interpreters of Islam's sciences and doctrines and laws and the chief guarantors of continuity in the spiritual and intellectual history of the Islamic community
body - a group of persons associated by some common tie or occupation and regarded as an entity; "the whole body filed out of the auditorium"; "the student body"; "administrative body"
Mollah, Mulla, Mullah - a Muslim trained in the doctrine and law of Islam; the head of a mosque
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A similar incident was monitored in Hebron, where The "Institutes Security" interrogated, producer and presenter at A'lam Radio Station, Muntaser Billah Nassar.
A'lam al-sh'ir al-Farisi al-hadith [Prominent Modern Persian Poets], Tanta: Markaz Tawzi1 al-Kitab al-Jami'i, 2000.
In 1878, Sultan Jamalul A'lam who ruled from 1862 to 1881, signed a lease agreement with British North Borneo, when British colonials allowed the company to operate in Sabah (which was not part of British colony).
al-Hasan al-Shaybani, and earlier classical biographical dictionaries, such as al-Dhahabi's Siyar a'lam al-nubala' See Abu Ghudda (ed.
The Tripoli Post Trapols Algharb, Al A'lam Mahmud Nacua, on Wednesday became the first ambassador of Libya in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland when presented his credentials to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth in London.
The study encompasses all outpatients who went for a treatment to 15 hospitals affiliated to Tehran University of Medical Sciences including (Arash Hospital, Imam Khomeini Hospital, Amir A'lam Hospital, Cancer Institute, Baharloo Hospital, Bahrami Hospital, Razi Hospital, Roozbeh Hospital, Women's Hospital, Sinai Hospital, Shariati Hospital, Ziaian Hospital, Farabi Hospital, ValiAsr Children's Medical Center and Hospital)
Work is underway at a number of major investment projects, such as the first stage of Salalah Beach Resort, Al Soudah Island project, A'lam Salalah Tourism Complex, Al Baleed Resort and Al Shuwaimiyah Resort.
Mohammad San'ad, a cultural observer, said that Kuwait always had a thriving intellectual input, bringing into attention publications such as Al-Arabi Magazine, A'lam Al-Marifa (World of Knowledge), and others.
Both allow for uncertainty on this point, and the discussion in the latter volume concludes: wa-llahu a'lam, "God is the greater knower
Mohammad Omar Hamada, A'lam Filastin, Part I (Dar Kutaiba, 1985), 162-453.
the similar practice of 'A'isha al-Ba'uniyya, in Faris Ahmad al-'Allawi, 'A'isha al-Ba'uniyya al-Dima shqiyya: Ashhar a'lam Dimashq awakhir 'ahd al-Mamalik--Dirasa wa-nusus (Damascus: Dar Ma'add, 1994), P.
For their biographies see Clark Kerr to Eden, 4 January 1938, FO 371/21853/E 435; Mir Basri, A'lam al-Siyasa fi al-Iraq al-Hadith (London: Riad El-Rayys Books, 1987), passim; Tawfiq al-Swaydi, Wujuh Iraqiyya 'Abr al-Tarikh (London: Riad El-Rayys Books, 1987), passim; al-Sabbagh, Fursan al-'Uruba, 30-33.