Al Hijrah

Al Hijrah

(æl ˈhɪdʒrə) or

Al Hijra

n
(Islam) an annual Muslim festival marking the beginning of the Muslim year. It commemorates Mohammed's move from Mecca to Medina and involves the exchange of gifts and the telling of stories about Mohammed. See also Hegira
[from Arabic, hijrah emigration or flight]
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Summary: Woman was able to capture three men who beat another man on the Al Hijrah walkway in Madinah
Two other projects under negotiations are the $2bn Ghazlan power plant owned by Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) and construction of a five-star hotel for Dar Al Hijrah at an investment of $918m, he added.
Thaju of Al Hijrah Typing Centre, at the Immigration complex, said: "We cannot proceed with any visa application unless key identity documents are submitted in original.
Another failing school, Al Hijrah in Bordesley Green - which is in special measures and PS3 million in debt - also saw results soar.
The Saudi-based air-conditioning specialist says the contract entails the supply of 80 custom water-cooled centrifugal chillers with a total cooling capacity of 200,000 tonnes of refrigeration (TR) for use in Phase One of the Dar Al Hijrah project
However, the council claims it would create an "over-supply" of school places and argued the site should be used instead to re-locate the troubled Islamic-faith Al Hijrah School - which is PS3 million in debt and currently housed in a crumbling building.
Some mosques, like Dar Al Hijrah and Adams Center, both located in Northern Virginia, educate their congregations on the importance of environmental sustainability and have set up recycling programs to educate their members.
More than anyone, he had given the Dar Al Hijrah Islamic Centre inCethe USCecapital Washington its unwanted association with terrorism.
During the ceremony, a documentary will also be screened highlighting meanings of Al Hijrah in an interesting literal style.
Mr Patel, whose brother was once leader of the extremist group, spoke about sex education at the Birmingham Muslim Education Conference, which was staged at the Al Hijrah academy in Bordesley Green.
The Birmingham Mail revealed in February how Al Hijrah School in Bordesley Green is PS3 million in debt, while the building itself is crumbling.
However, the council claims it would create an "over-supply" of school places and argued the site should be used instead to relocate troubled Al Hijrah School - which is PS3 million in debt and currently housed in a crumbling building.