Akhbari


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Noun1.Akhbari - a religious movement by Arab Shiite Muslims in 17th century Iraq that is opposed to the Usuli; "Akhbari Shiism has never promoted political control"
religious movement - a movement intended to bring about religious reforms
Al-Iraq, Irak, Iraq, Republic of Iraq - a republic in the Middle East in western Asia; the ancient civilization of Mesopotamia was in the area now known as Iraq
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Generally speaking, a number of scholars believe that all discrepancies among Usuli and Akhbari scholars are rooted in the status of intellect in religion [47].
Mojtaba Akhbari, General Director of Koffee Sirena LLC, managing Starbucks in Russia, commented, "We are incredibly humbled by the warmth of Russian consumers who have embraced Starbucks in Moscow, St.
The paper was compiled by Reza Akhbari and Jason Stern, who conducted 54 interviews - 27 of them outside Bahrain - between January last year and last month.
of Technology, Iran) and Masih Akhbari (water resources management, Colorado State U.
The artists Abbas Akhbari and Omid Ghajarian from Iran, Greg Daly from Australia, Sandeep Manchekar from India, Ferenc Halmos from Hungary and Sevim Cizer, Tugrul Emre Feyzoglu, Emel Solenay, irem Calisici Pala from Turkey participated in the symposium as invited artists and Bingiil Bagarir was the honoured artist.
Opening the meeting, Judge Hussein Akhbari, senior advisor to the Deputy Head of the Judiciary for Legal Affairs, urged the three countries to continue their cooperation in order to fight the plague of drugs and crime in all its forms.
This is what we have worked for since getting this team together for the past three months," Iran's Payman Akhbari told Gulf News after picking up his best coach award.
Ali Akhbar Akhbari, his wife and two young daughters live in a tent a block from the convention center.
3) A new institutional development in Shi'ism in the late eighteenth century, the rise of the Usuli school and the decline of the Akhbari provided a strong organizational ideology for ulama political action, further enhancing their power and influence in society.
The author of the encyclopedic Akhbari Shi'i lexicon Mir'at al-anwar says of qamis that its exoteric meaning is well known, but that its ta'wil is connected with the words thiyab and libas.
I refuse to believe we have the title within our reach," Iran's coach Payman Akhbari told the media after his side had fought gallantly to conquer the Indian challenge in straight sets 25-22, 26-24, 25-20 late on Sunday.
Scripturalist Islam; the history and doctrines of the Akhbari Shi'i School.