izzat


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izzat

(ˈɪzət)
n
(Languages) Islam honour or prestige
[Urdu, from Arabic `izzah glory]
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The estimated completion period of the project is five months, Izzat noted.
Lieutenant-Colonel William Adamson said: ``We detained three individuals in the extremist religious organisations with ties to Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri.
A spokesman contradicted claims by senior Iraqi leaders that General Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, the most wanted man in the country after Saddam, was caught in a raid.
Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, number six on the list of 55 most wanted Iraqis, was the vice chairman of the Revolutionary Command Council and was placed in charge of Iraq's northern defences shortly before the US led war began on March 20.
Izzat Ahmad, her 28-year-old grandson, said in a telephone interview: "My grandmother was hit with two bullets, one in the kidney and the other in the heart".
There are many objections concerning the elections; some of them are valid and others are exaggerated," Izzat al-Shabandar told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
A 100mln dinar will be awarded to anyone who can help arrest Izzat Ibrahim al-Dori through his information," Uday al-Khadran told FNA on Monday.
Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, the first vice-president of the executed Iraqi dictator and the current head of the dissolved Baath party has recorded his recent video footage in Qatar," Izzat Shabandar told FNA.
The Independent lawmaker Izzat al-Shahbander warned from return of, what he called, "Killers" to Iraq via the political process.
The petition has been moved by Dr Izzat Khan against setting up of a Frontier Constabulary check post in front of his house in Islamabads sector F-7.
Spokesman TNSM Ameer Izzat Khan while talking to Private TV Channel made it clear no talks will be held with government until end of operation in district Dir.
About the Wednesdays talks with the provincial government, Maulana Izzat Khan termed the talks fruitful.