Azrael


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Azrael

(ˈæzreɪl; -rɪəl)
n
1. (Judaism) (in Jewish and Islamic angelology) the angel who separates the soul from the body at death
2. (Islam) (in Jewish and Islamic angelology) the angel who separates the soul from the body at death
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The troops were gathered around a famous bearded militia fighter who refers to himself as Abu Azrael, or the Father of the Angel of Death, saying his catchphrase "illa tahin" - meaning he will crush ISIS militants like flour.
Abu Azrael - nicknamed the Angel of Death - is a commander with the the Imam Ali brigade, an Iraqi Shi'a militia group sponsored by Iran.
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The image Adams uses above all for this is a butterfly, and it appears even in Azrael at the east.
Ingaz (the Salvation regime) has just reset its mileage to zero and started a new cycle, and will do so repeatedly till Azrael (the Archangel of Death) calls for the Apocalypse, he boasted.
Grup uyeleri kimi ozellikleri nedeniyle (ornegin gocmen olmalari, engelli olmalari, LGBT olmalari) ayrimciliga ugradiklarini hissettiklerinde bu deneyime olumsuz duygusal tepkiler gosterebilmektedirler (Almeida, Johnson, Corliss, Molnar & Azrael, 2009).
Azrael, Firearms and Community Feelings of Safety, 86 J.
Gargamel's snarky, sort-of-talking cat Azrael might creep them out, too.
Clearly aimed at the kiddy market, The Smurfs 2 has decided that the big hit with the little ones is the baddie Gargamel and his sidekick cat, Azrael, who appear for a final bit of slapstick after the closing credits.
Still accompanied by his fun sidekick cat Azrael, the evil wizard Gargamel (Hank Azaria) has captured Smurfette (Katy Perry).
As well as the locally trained winners, Alan McCabe boosted his excellent 20 per cent strikerate at the track when Azrael sprang a 20-1 surprise in the featured Moulton Nurseries Handicap.
It includes the following plays: The Sultan's Dilemma, The Song of Death, The Tree Climber, The Donkey Market, a novel called Diary of a Country Prosecutor, three short stories: Miracles for Sale, Satan Triumphs, Azrael the Barber, and an extract from Al-Hakim's autobiographical essay called The Prison of Life.