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al-Farabi

(ˈælfəˈrɑːbɪ)
n
(Biography) Mohammed ibn Tarkhan. died 950, Muslim philosopher, physician, and mathematician, of central Asian origin
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The workshop was jointly presented by Mostafa Ahmadi, representative of Iran's Farabi Cinema Foundation, and Alireza Shoja-Nouri, Iranian director and actor.
During the visit, Al Hammadi met with experts from Eurasia University in Nur-Sultan and visited Al Farabi University.
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I studied till fourth grade at Al Farabi School for Special Persons.
Officials associated with International Centre for Chemical and Biological Sciences (ICCBS), University of Karachi in a statement issued here on Monday said Director, Prof Choudhary currently attending the VI International Farabi Forum in Kazakhstan will receive the award by a senior representative of Kazakh Ministry of Education and Science.
He hoped soon Al Farabi complex will be able to address the contemporary challenges of the country.
in the ninth century (1), but many consider Farabi (2) to be the founder of Islamic political philosophy due to his sound rational principles and systematic thoughts (Davari, 1998: 47; Mahdi, 2010: XI).
Farab was the Persian name of a city irrigated by the river under this name, birthplace of the great philosopher and scientist Abu Nasr ibn Mohammed, also known as Al Farabi. Later known as Otrar, the city was a major trading centre on the Silk Road, a spiritual cradle that hosted the largest library in world history.
Honeywell, a global technology leader, has announced that Saudi Arabia-based Farabi Petrochemicals Company will use Honeywell UOP technologies for a new complex in Yanbu to expand its production of biodegradable detergents.
The Saturday report says the Farabi Foundation, affiliated to Iran's Culture Ministry, chose "The Salesman," which won two prizes at the Cannes film festival in May.